Jewellery-obsessed? Montreal-based designer, Anne-Marie Chagnon plays on texture and volume to reinvent individuality

Canadian jewellery designer and creative force unleashes her undeniable talent to showcase her new Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection

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Toronto, May 14, 2018 – Canadian jewellery designer and creative force, Anne-Marie Chagnon, unleashes her undeniable talent to showcase her new Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection that merges all the latest trends, including layering jewellery pieces as well as mixing textures, patterns and materials to display a sense of illusion. With the incorporation of wood, marble, flexible leather as well as elegant gold and bronze, this new collection and its comforting colour palette transfers a ray of summer to overshadow the gloomy days of fall and winter. Bigger, better and stronger, this collection is voluminous, effortless and chunky; the perfect everyday armour for modern life. From edgy chrome rings to all-sizes mixed metals, the collection designed by the artist is a statement that defies the law of gravity and evokes a sense of boldness. Each piece can be piled on and layered over a sweater or stacked upon one’s wrist, as it follows the heart of this season’s trends to pay homage to the 80s and Far Western influences. The designs are woven around themes of nature, authenticity, simplicity and coziness, directly reflecting Chagnon’s personal desire to celebrate the unique beauty within every woman.

About Anne-Marie Chagnon – annemariechagnon.com

Trained in visual arts at the Université du Quebec à Montréal (UQAM), Quebec native AnneMarie Chagnon has been creating wearable art since she was old enough to hold a welding torch. Since 1995, her modern and minimalist aesthetic has captured the attention of customers all over the world. Chagnon’s contemporary approach to jewellery design has been the driving force behind her career, resulting in high profile collaborations with companies like Cirque du Soleil. Significantly, Chagnon was also recently honoured to be selected by Iris Apfel to be included in the collection of artwork sold at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. In April 2018, Anne-Marie Chagnon opened its first international flagship store in Tokyo, Japan.

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