From Switzerland to Hong Kong: the history of the brand Marijoli by the designer Marielle Byworth.
From the peaks of Switzerland to the tops of the skyscrapers of Tokyo and Hong Kong. Marielle Byworth after studying at the Graphic Art School of Swiss Romande (Erag) and at University of Art and Design of Lausanne, she moved to Hong Kong. As a jewelry designer, however, Marielle she has been dedicated for years to create bespoke pieces, or for other Maison. Until 2005, when she moved to Tokyo and launched her first collection, Elema, and its brand Marijoli. She immediately makes goal: rounded shapes and use the volumes have appeared immediately original.
To want to be disrespectful, yellow gold surfaces pierced with circles of different sizes suggest the typical Swiss cheese, Emmenthal: who knows that is not an unconscious reminder of the roots of the designer. In any case, this unusual skill in playing with tradition and innovation has added the mixed use of precious and semi precious materials like volcanic lava, combined with black onyx in Purple collection. Or diamonds combined with black vinyl, rubies coupled with wood. Returned to Hong Kong, she has not lost the ability to innovate, and has been appreciated by some celebrities who wore her jewelry on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival. Lavinia Andorno