On The Shelves: the Jewelry Books 2018

by Antonella Reina

From the emblematic cable motif of David Yurman to the most extraordinary jewels created only by women. From the bold creativity of made in Italy to the enchanting pre- ciousness of Indian jewelry. The new books tell us new inspi- rational stories. David Yurman Cable Foreword by Sybil and David Yurman - Rizzoli. A celebration of Yurman's emblematic 'cable' motif, with never-before-seen images.   Women Jewellery Designers by Juliet Weir-de La Rochefoucauld – ACC Art Book. A tribute to the women jewelry designers who created the most extraordinary creations of this period....

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Not Just Piercing. An Interview with Maria Tash

Monday, 19 February 2018

London Fashion Week: Six Jewelry Designers to Discover

Contemporary Jewels on the spot during Milan Fashion Week

by Antonella Reina

To offer a contemporary vision of jewelry, to promote young talents, to celebrate a medley of different artistic expressions. These are the intentions of Artistar Jewels, a project now at its fifth edition, which will once again be featured at Milan Fashion Week, from 22nd to 25th February 2018 at Palazzo dei Giureconsulti.


Etro's 50th Anniversary

by Redazione VO+

The effect is almost like browsing the textile file in the family library, the one kept on the brand's historical premises at no. 3, via Spartaco in Milan. The S/S 2018 fashion show aims at creating this kind of feel, a return to the road embarked upon exactly 50 years ago. A journey started by Gerolamo ‘Gimmo’ Etro, who founded the company in 1968 and was already introducing the paisley pattern in 1981 - a symbol of the seed that generates the Tree of Life - and continued by his four children. And paisley is the recurring theme of this collection, which re-proposes Indian folklore in a...

Monday, 05 February 2018

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