5 iconic pieces from VICENZAORO September

  • JJewels


  • Marco Dal Maso

    Marco Dal Maso

  • Carlo Barberis

    Carlo Barberis

  • Roberto Coin

    Roberto Coin

  • Sutra Jewels

    Sutra Jewels

From the fashion and trend expert of a private jet magazine to the editor-in-chief of VO+. Here the interviews to the 5 spoken persons of jewellery industry, with their choices on the most iconic pieces of Vicenzaoro September 2017.
Journalist Manon Crespi about her visit at VICENZAORO

Manon Crespi writes 'Rare & Beautiful' for elitetraveler.com, the online publication for the private jet magazine, Elite Traveler. She is attending VICENZAORO to feature the best of the best in luxury jewelry:«VICENZAORO delivers on this point with extremely talented and imaginative designers who constantly take ingenuity and luxury to new heights. I expect to find absolutely gorgeous and innovative jewelry that takes my breath away!» And about her favorite brands, she reveals: «I’m a huge fan of Yoko by Euro Pearls, F. Cozzolino Pearling and London Pearl Ltd. Marco Dal Maso is a ‘must-see’ for a prêt-à-porter jewel, while Paolo Piovan Gioielli and Palmiero are all 'must see'; high jewelry companies for me this year.»

Journalist and blogger Becky Stone, Founder of ‘Diamonds in the Library’, explains the importance of VICENZAORO

«I love this show! It’s wonderful to attend such a comprehensive, aesthetically diverse jewellery fair. I always discover new trends, textures, and design details to be excited about. I know I’ll return home with my mind full of fresh ideas.» Becky Stone is a freelance writer, social media expert, and the founder of the popular blog, 'Diamonds in the Library'. She revealed us what she is looking forward to seeing: «My favorite part of any jewellery fair is the new discoveries I make: I can’t wait to fall in love with new brands I haven’t even heard of yet. As for the brands I’m already familiar with, I’m really looking forward to seeing: Carlo Barberis, Picchiotti, Mattioli, Stefan Hafner, Roberto Coin, and Pasquale Bruni.»

Journalist Irina Sukhanova, editor-in- chief of the magazine ‘The Guild of the Jewelers of Russia’, explains the importance of VICENZAORO.

«This year I look forward to visiting VICENZAORO, as it is here that the main fashion trends of the jewellery industry are created and presented.» Irina Sukhanova is the editor-in- chief of the magazine ‘The Guild of the Jewelers of Russia’, but the Russian journalist who told us about her love for jewellery brands like Roberto Coin and Picchiotti, has a new precise 'mission' at the fair, because she has been invited to be a reviewer of the site of the watch shops network ‘Consul’, that’s why she reveals: The obligatory point of my program is to visit N.O.W. (Not Ordinary Watches) and I can’t wait to discover the news of all the eleven watch brands.»

Doing business, sustainability, and an international scope: these are the key words that define VICENZAORO according to Claudia Carletti Camponeschi, Editor of High Jewellery Dream.

«VICENZAORO is an important event for networking as well as for seeing what’s new. This year, I discovered the Club degli Orafi Italia: an independent association that brings together the most important companies in the Italian jewellery industry.»With a background as a marketing manager with a focus on high-end jewellery, Claudia Carletti Camponeschi launched her digital platform called High Jewellery Dream in 2014, immediately attracting an international audience. Her must-sees at VICENZAORO include: «The timeless elegance of Coscia’s Italian pearls; the intense colour of the stones featured in contemporary designs with an Asian flair from Sutra Jewels; the captivating waves seen in Pianegonda’s silver jewellery; the 100% natural wooden watches by Green Time. And the ‘pop’ atmosphere in the GlamRoom!»

Federica Frosini, Editor in Chief of VO+, explains the renewed feeling of positivity at VICENZAORO

«After a few seasons that were characterised by a calmer atmosphere, in this edition of VICENZAORO September 2017, I found an extremely positive energy that extended to all exhibitors, from those exhibiting fine jewelry, with a very rich display, to the fashion jewellery segment, with its vibrant and dazzling Glamroom.» The feeling that prevails at the tradeshow is one of positivity, according to Federica Frosini, Editor in Chief of VO+, a magazine that for over 30 years has been portraying the world of jewels. «From a stylistic point of view,» she continues, «I was very enthusiastic about the Blue White group which, through its JJewels brand, was able to renew itself stylistically with a very fresh gold an diamond collection. Surprises also came from the Glamroom, where I noticed a comeback of silver, including creations by Maria e Luisa Jewels, who is great at presenting new collections that remain faithful to her strong identity.»

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