Following his Art & Crafts studies in the beginning of the 90’s, Philippe Airaud starts to design jewellery for the fashion shows of Yves Saint-Laurent and Emanuel Ungaro.

He created the Néo-Masaï jewellery for Michel Klein and the minimalist and architectural collections for Claude Montana.


In 1998 Philippe Airaud co-founded tsi-design, and for twelve years he designed jewellery, watches and accessories collections for Lalique, Baccarat, Kenzo, Inès de la Fressange, Swarovski, Calvin Klein, Swatch, Omega, Hugo Boss, Agnès-b., and Seiko…


In 2010 he founded Philippe Airaud Studio and he designed jewellery collections for brands such as Calvin Klein and Otzar.  He worked with Maison Martin Margiela to develop the identity of their fine jewellery line and he created for them the packaging and POS materials for the fine jewellery collection.

In 2014 Philippe Airaud designed and signed jewellery collections Baccarat by Philippe Airaud and Christofle by Philippe Airaud, and since 2018 Philippe Airaud designs Dinh Van collections.


While continuing his collaborations with major Houses, in 2011 Philippe Airaud created and developed his fine jewellery brand. 0.88 by Philippe Airaud, a jewellery concept based on the extreme resistance of the gold thread: 0,88 millimeter. 0.88 RING is on sale since February 2012, 0.88 NUTS, a folly unique and in limited edition is available made to order since October 2012, 0.88 BRACELET since November 2012, 0.88 PIN since 2013, 0.88 DROP since 2014, 0.88 CHAIN since 2015 and 0.88 INFINI since 2017.


Besides Philippe Airaud has also often requested to conduct workshops for schools such as Gemmological Institute of China University of Geoscience in Wuhan, Modart and Isal in Paris.