Adornment Gallery Presents Human Space Identity

by Monday, 19 October 2020

by VO+ Magazine

The exhibition Human Space Identity, organized by the Venetian gallery A/dornment, opened last Friday, October 16 and will remain open until October 31 in Paris at the Galerie Sophie...etc! The exhibition Human Space Identity, organized by the Venetian gallery A/dornment, aims to question the concepts of belonging and identity, existential, social and liminal. The exhibition will stage the different visions and interpretations of the multiple and iridescent relationship between space and identity, declined in various forms and languages. Four Italian designers are involved, Laura Forte,...

Monday, 19 October 2020

Names to Know: Sheila Westera

Monday, 19 October 2020

Chimento and the First Multi-Measurement Ring

The Emancipation of Color

by Monday, 12 October 2020

by Antonella Reina

Sapphires, rubies, emeralds, topaz and diamonds, in their tiniest dimensions, combined in a game of miniature compositions… The liveliest and most intense trend for the coming Fall/Winter is expressed through different colored dialogs in harlequin style: a perfect encounter between an experimental flair that loves to dare and masterful jewelrymaking techniques.


Vacheron Constantin Exhibits Women's Creations of 1900

by Monday, 12 October 2020

by VO+ Magazine

Vacheron Constantin celebrates the codified, disciplined and imaginative universe of Haute Couture through a selection of watches from the House's private collection. On display in the boutique in Via Verri in Milanl until November 14, these timepieces bear witness to the feminine creativity that the Manufacture has been cultivating for over two centuries. To illustrate its two centuries of women's watchmaking, Vacheron Constantin has selected pieces from the Heritage collection. Like the great couturiers, the House has chosen the timepieces to be associated with the various outifits,...

Give Me a Hand

by Monday, 28 September 2020

by Antonella Reina

In the figurative language of jewelry, hands have a long story. Already common in Ancient Rome and then rendered famous firstly in the Georgian and then in the Victorian Ages, they are now back to donate their symbolic value to jewelry with extremely refined details. Pendants, rings and earrings become precious amulets, bearers of strength, love and loyalty.

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