Auspicious Jewelry by Maya Gemstones

by Monday, 25 January 2021

by Antonella Reina

The symbol of the triangle and a zig-zag rhythm to represent the difficult year that just come to a close…. This is the idea behind the new collection by Maya Gemstones, an emerging brand founded in St. Petersburg in 2018. The collection, which includes pendants, rings and earrings, is appropriately entitled “ZigZag” and every item features that evocative decorative element to symbolize 2020’s unexpected events. The words "This Too Shall Pass" inscribed on each piece reminds the wearer that dark times never last forever. «I initially intended to launch a ring bearing the words...

The Plus 50: Retail

by Wednesday, 20 January 2021

by VO+ Magazine

There is the Virtual Room and the Virtual Show, the Pop-Up Shop and Remote Bidding for on-line auctions, all aimed at involving the customers and directing them towards “Click & Pay”. And then there is the largest b2b data-exchange platform in the luxury, fashion, beauty and home sectors, that pulls the strings of a network of thousands of brands worldwide. Welcome to the “stores” of the future.  Qudini, Agency Connect, Joor, Clientbook, House of Luxury, Amanqi, Sothebys


Bea Bongiasca, from Milan with Love

by Friday, 22 January 2021

by Lorenza Scalisi

From the East to West Coasts, passing through Illinois, Oregon, Tennessee, Michigan, Louisiana and Toronto, Canada. The brand launched in 2014 by the young, Milanese designer, Bea Bongiasca, is already a widespread reality in the American places-to-be. A few examples? Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue and Broken English in New York; Marissa Collection in Naples and Peri.A in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. As well as Twist in Portland, Oregon, which is also synonymous of one of the most popular platforms for tracking down new talents. The “BB” story could act as a role model for...

Fernando Jorge: Amid Talent, Creativity and Commitment to Ethics

by Monday, 18 January 2021

by Antonella Reina

Although 2020 was a year in which various segments along the jewelry sector supply chain suffered a standstill, designer creativity certainly never ceased. Fernando Jorge is among those who can definitely declare this, as his new high-jewelry collection and special collaboration with the on-line platform, Auverture, both go to prove. Conceived over a period of two years, the new “Flame” collection presents thirty unprecedented items with curvy and lofty lines. The Brazilian designer, who has been keeping the free and sensual spirit of Brazil alive in London’s East End, injects new...

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