“Women have worn ornaments on their ears since ancient times. Earrings made of gold and shells have been excavated from ruins around the world.
By decorating, ancient people to seek to protect the ear, which has a special function of hearing sounds even from inside the body.”

New Collection

Une touche d'art au creux de l'oreille.

Earrings Inspired by Great Artists

Atelier Rouge is a jewelry brand with each jewelry piece inspired by famous art pieces. By adding a unique interpretation to each piece, we aim to bring the profoundness of wearing a piece of art that transcends time and space.

brand producer

KLARA BLANC / クララ ブラン


KLARA BLANC / クララ ブラン

Born in Paris, currently lives in Japan
She is a trilingual who can speak Japanese, English, and French fluently.
When she was 13yrs old, she saw Yohji Yamamoto’s fashion show and becams intrigued by Japanese culture. To fulfill her dreams of spreading Japanese culture to the world, she worked as a model and SNS influencer in Paris, London, and Tokyo.
While she was in Paris, she joined Louis Vuitton Head Quarters’ Digital Marketing Department and worked as project manager for to create social, web contents



Symbolisme. It is not the object, but the effect it brings. This is a new 2nd collection inspired by the art born in the late 19th century, an era of exploring the invisible world of symbolism

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) :
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, 1907
Oil, silver and gold on canvas, 138 × 138cm



Atelier Rouge’s collaboration with Clara Blanc began when she, a French living in Japan, thought about the 19th century Japonisme paintings. Clara chose Japanese pottery as the material to represent fragile time. The collection invites you to travel back in time to the Paris Universal Exposition in 1867.

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858):
Sudden Shower over Shin Ohashi Bridge and Atake, from the Series One Hundred Scenic Spots of Edo
Color woodblock print on paper
35.7 x 24.7 cm

Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890):
Bridge in the Rain (after Hiroshige),
Oil on canvas, 73.3 cm x 53.8 cm

At the Paris World Exposition of 1867, Japanese ukiyo-e, pottery, and other crafts were introduced, inspiring European artists of the time.