Anne Thomas has been known for her work in ceramics since 2005. In 2009, her creations were spotted by Canal + (a French television channel), and they asked her to make special brooches for their VIPs at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2010 she produced a special edition for Takashimaya Tokyo. Her skills was presented through a piece of jewellery she has designed for Gertrude Stein’s exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris and most recently she collaborates with Marella from Max Mara Group.
Anne trained at a school in contemporary jewellery in Florence in order to learn new skills and considered new ideas. She has recently been innovating by incorporating metal and velvet into one piece of work.
The VELVET collection is chic and bright, with a hint of Art Deco. It will appeal to women who enjoy fashion and like novelty. The collection is made of gold plated brass 24 carats, enhanced by a velvety material and comes in various styles and forms, such as necklaces, bracelets and earrings.