Trend Notes: “Jelly” Rings for Summer 2022

by Monday, 29 November 2021

by Antonella Reina

Monica Seitter   A Tahitian pearl enhanced by a double twist of petrol-colored plastic, creating a tactile and visual experience that speaks a new design language. NeverNot   Translucent enamel meets the mottled reflections of a large central gem in a ring with a soft character and fluid aesthetic. La Manso   Transparent with a rainbow effect, recycled plastic changes form in the center to evoke an early morning stroll through the Trocadéro gardens in Paris.

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Matilde Jewellery Lands Offline

by Monday, 22 November 2021

by Michela Marrocu

The switch from online to offline is never easy, waiting for the expectation of digital is challenging but meeting in the so-called "real life" is special. Matilde and her sustainable jewels have taken this step and have "exited" temporarily from the screen, alongside for the first time her digital platform (opened in December 2020), a physical store in the Ham Yard Village in Soho, London.  Five weeks, from 17 November to 24 December 2021 included, to know and recognize the brand’s eco-friendly jewelry live. «The launch in this experiential space marks a year of activity for...


Vintage Goes Digital

by Tuesday, 02 November 2021

by Federica Frosini

JOANNA HARDY, OMNĒQUE  «First of all, let’s explain the difference between vintage and antique. A jewelry item is antique if it is over 100 years old, while it would be vintage if it is over 40. Just because the jewelry is vintage or antique does not mean that it is “good”. To maintain its value, it must, above all, be intact, it must never be broken or modified and the reason why some items become iconic, is because they are innovative, different and not like any other. With the launching of Omnēque – from the Latin for “thing of value” – we wanted to offer the...

The Retail Issue

by Thursday, 25 November 2021

by VO+ Magazine

With this new listing, VO+ devotes ample space to the evolution underway in the retail and distribution world, analyzing the new scenarios in which the luxury sector now finds itself. Seven macro-categories have been identified to define the current perimeter within which companies, points of sale, e-commerce platforms and international brands move, so that they have all the technological tools to intercept the new needs of a consumer who has radically changed his propensity to buy. Added to this is the need for physical stores to work with an omnichannel perspective, which is essential if...

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