Armelle Cohen is the creator of the Maison Roserose Paris. Painter, then gallery owner, but also founder of a literary and philosophical salon forbidden to men called Jobart Barjot, this artist launches in 2015 in the adventure Roserose Paris. Strongly influenced by the seventies and by the world of Art, Armelle Cohen places well-being at the heart of her work.
“What interests me with jewelry is to wear a talisman, a secret. I want each of my clients to feel, when she wears a pendant or a ring from the House, the intimate relationship she weaves with each of the fine stones and with what they tell. The veining of each stone resembles a geographical map of our own history.
For me, the relationship we have with the jewel is extremely important. The stone reflects vibrations like a true friend and influences us daily. It helps us, energizes us and soothes us.
My heroine is on the border between a Viking Amazon and Marie-Antoinette. I like punk chic and sophisticated but completely offbeat. I like women who don't hide, who express through their accessories what they really are. I like what can't be seen everywhere. I like when a customer feels stronger when she wears a Roserose Paris piece."