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Marie Simphal

A young and determined woman, Marie Simphal launched her eponymous brand to mix work and passion. Inspired by curves and elegant forms, Marie Simphal creates dainty and delicate jewelry for the modern and romantic woman.


Lace, silks, mercury mirrors, stamps, and moldings... it is amidst this very 18th arrondissement vocabulary that Marie Simphal grew up in and sharpened her sense of aesthetics.

Cradled by the lightness and casually elegant proportions of the Enlightenment and attracted by gold and precious stones, she begins making her own jewelry at a very young age.

A few years on, during her studies in business school, Marie created her own jewelry brand at the age of 21 as she could not wait any longer to mix her love for jewelry and the need to earn a living. She spent her free time in learning, perfecting and fabricating at a workshop on Rue Cadet. By not having learned the trade in a traditional manner, her designs have an especially open spirit.

This atypical path, punctuated by trips to India, infused her with a unique savoir-faire and a certain freshness, which without doubt, are found in the originality of her creations.

Marie Simphal’s collection includes delicate and dainty earrings and rings that are like a second skin. Each ring can be worn alone or mixed and matched and stacked together. Her jewelry is aimed for the urban and active, understated and elegant women who like jewels that can discreetly accompany her at each moment of the day.

Currently, in addition to her own namesake, Marie brings her ideas to the brand “Inouïtoosh”, for which she has created a collection of jewelry. She also collaborated in 2012 with the famous French perfumer Anne Flipo who is behind a few of “L’Artisan”, Yves Saint Laurent, and Lancôme perfumes.

From her experience and various trips, Marie chooses to design her jewelry in her studio in Paris and to craft them between Paris and India.