The Inspiration

The Roaring Twenties was a festive era during which the polite society mingled with intellectuals and artists to cultivate the art of enjoying oneself.
Charleston and jazz music filled Parisian cabarets where American and English soldiers and socialites looked for all possible novelties.

Women wore evening dresses, sautoirs and adorned their impeccable hairstyles with all sorts of bejewelled head ornaments embellished with aigrette feathers.
At that time, Chaumet created magnificent naturalist motifs as well as extremely delicate tiaras refined by a spray of slender feathers.