Piero Milano's Innovation Process: Between Digital and Solid Values

by Monday, 25 October 2021

by VO+ In Partnership with Piero Milano

The historic jewelry brand, Piero Milano, is experiencing a particularly productive Fall with an extraordinary increase in demand, not only compared to a difficult 2020, but also to previous years. But how to respond promptly to a trend that, although positive, requires appropriate strategies? «The increase in demand comes at a time when it is hard to receive supplies of certain raw materials as well as to find certain technological resources, which are essential in the production of a quality product. We are able to overcome these problems not only due to our usual commitment and...

Monday, 25 October 2021

Phillips Revolutionizes the Private Sales

Monday, 11 October 2021

Jewelry Trend Fall 21: Neo Nomad

Action, Reaction: Jewels Meet Fire

by Monday, 18 October 2021

by VO+ Magazine

Element of the sun, immortality and transformation, fire meets jewels in this visual investigation conducted through the lens of the creative duo Gianuzzi Marino. The result is a photographic story that strongly expresses the power of nature and that of noble materials such as gold.     Photos by Gianuzzi Marino Set & Styling by Marius Madalin Musat

Rome Opens to the Jewel of the Artist

by Monday, 11 October 2021

by VO+ Magazine

Rome Jewelry Week inaugurates its first edition today 11 October and will remain open until 17, with over 130 international artists and designers. The event intends to enhance and disseminate the culture of contemporary jewelery, of the author, of the artist and of the historical goldsmith realities, thanks to the patronage of the I Municipio of Rome, of the Italian-American Chamber of Commerce in New York and is promoted by Incinque Open Art Monti association. The Roma Jewelry Week event was founded by the architect Monica Cecchini, creator and director of the project and the selection of...

The Contemporary Weaves of Ruth Leslie

by Monday, 18 October 2021

by Antonella Reina

To transform the art of weaving into sophisticated jewelry. This is the idea behind Ruth Leslie’s latest collection. Working mainly with recycled silver and gold, the designer has created contemporary pieces inspired by the subtle details preserved within textile patterns and the structural forms of textile machinery. Ruth makes every item by hand in her studio in Edinburgh.

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