Straddling the worlds of theatre and fashion, Natalia Brilli designed sets and costumes whilst simultaneously collaborating with established fashion designers until, after joining Paris' IFM in 2003, she decided to devote all her energy to her life's passion: fashion accessories. In 2004 she joined Rochas where she still works to this date. That same year she launched her own label, which was snapped up by Maria Luisa, Browns and Barneys.
Appropriating the emblematic codes of classic jewellery, Natalia's pieces have an ethereal presence, monochromatic yet weightless, their essence freed from unnecessary embellishment.
Her inspiration follows the natural rhythm of the seasons without ever forsaking her signature "pearls" and her colour range, limited in the beginning to black, green and purple, now includes pastel tones with natural or metallic finishes.
The darker side to her jewellery, inspired by century Vanity paintings, Victorian era aesthetics and Dario Argento's horror flicks, give rise to beautiful creations that wouldn't look out of place displayed in a Baudelairian cabinet of curiosities.