Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence

Trendy jewelry is not just for grown-ups ! The proof ? The brand Les Têtes Blondes, with its collections of trinkets entirely devoted to children. Its creator, Virginie Auger, a native of Aix-en-Provence, takes her inspiration from her two sons’ games, stories and desires.
By Angélique Jurquet

The mother of two little boys, Virginie Auger soon realized that it was difficult to find nice jewelry for children. A lawyer at the time, she decided to set to work and to create bracelets and necklaces exclusively for kids by setting up her own company, Les Têtes Blondes.

And it worked ! A few months later, this Aix-en-Provence native was exclusively dedicated to her art and opened an online store. Skulls and crossbones, cowboy boots, rugby balls, snakes… Virginie Auger makes her pieces by hand using precious materials like silver or silk. If baubles for boys have pride of place, little girls won’t be disappointed with adorable little wings and envelops filled with secret messages…

For everyday wear, these pretty pieces are also useful for completing a disguise, especially thanks to the pirate and Indian themes. And what if these trinkets, that take you back to childhood, also came to fill the jewelry boxes of adults?

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Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Virgine Auger makes her pieces by hand using precious materials like silver or silk.
José Nicolas
Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Skulls and crossbones, cowboy boots, rugby balls, snakes : jewels for every taste !
José Nicolas
Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Jewelry for your Little Angels, Made in Aix-en-Provence
Very trendy: the Indian theme and its famous dreamcatchers.
José Nicolas

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