It's Time for Jewels

by Thursday, 06 August 2020

by VO+ Magazine

They could not miss them, the jewels! Between a series of meetings and talks, the jewels will always be the undisputed protagonists of the event and will welcome the next season. A season that sees gold chains, old-fashioned brooches, malachite, black pearls, gender fluid jewelry and timeless collections in the front row. From Antonini to Vendorafa, Roberto Coin, Unoaerre, Fabergé and Damiani, here is our selection of jewels not to be missed.

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La Gioia, Pomellato's first High Jewelery collection

by Monday, 27 July 2020

by VO+ Magazine

New challenge for Pomellato which is launching its first high jewelry collection, "La Gioia". 165 very precious pieces celebrate the long history of the Milanese brand, bringing its stylistic codes to the maximum expression: the love of color and of unconventional gems, the taste for gourmette and extra-large sweaters, the preference for irregular pavé. «"La Gioia” is the most authentic expression of who we are. It represents Pomellato's identity as a non-elitist jeweler» explains Sabina Belli, CEO of the brand. «The collection reflects an Italian way of life that does not distinguish...

Premiere: Digital Reborn

by Monday, 03 August 2020

by Lorenza Scalisi

Let’s start with the macro numbers: 63 competing companies of which 15 awarded live on Instagram (5 for each of the three categories, Fashion, Entertainment, Journalism) with an overall total of 315,000 viewings between those on the web platforms and through newsletters. This, in a nutshell, was the thirtieth edition of Premiere, Oroarezzo’s contest which, this year, took place in virtual mode for the very first time. As usual, the contest saw companies from all the main Made in Italy jewelry manufacturing districts taking part, each duly presenting an item inspired by and on the...

The 100% Recycled Jewels by AYM

by Monday, 03 August 2020

by Antonella Reina

Ever since, in 2016, Sine Brixen founded her brand AYM in Copenhagen, she has always been dedicated to researching new materials and innovative techniques. Now, the designer launches a collection made exclusively with recycled materials. An admirable example of sustainable craftsmanship that testifies how the use of creativity combined with love for our planet can give interesting results. The pieces exhibit captivating and modern graphic forms, all inspired by the rich architecture and colors of Copenhagen. Their composition? A mixture of ocean plastic collected by the Danish coastline and...

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