There are several reasons why we appreciate Paola Vilas'
work. The Brazilian designer, who launched her brand in 2016, successfully imposes a provocative aesthetic perspective, to deal with sensitive issues, one above all the role of a woman in contemporary society. Feminine energy is preserved in all of her jewels, which often reproduce the shapes of a woman's body in mini sculptures to wear. We like her work for the utopian and ironic
taste and for the unconventional messages she transmits in each of her pieces: «The use of elements in an unusual context challenges observers’ preconditioned perceptions and rejects established values
» stated Vilas in a recent interview. Recently the designer has been focusing on exploring the power of dreams and the door they offer to the unconscious. A research that began with "O Sonho;"
(The Dream;) a collection we have already talked about here
, which now continues in "When the Eyes Close Poetry"
, the latest series of jewels with which she tells the story of "Eugenia"
, a fictional character who sleeps with a notebook by her side: she awakes and incorporates her dreams into her drawings. She uses dreaming as a tool to solve, and repair wounds, and offer paths of transformation. In the new jewels, dream vision and reality merge: shapes of the female body
and clouds become the protagonists of bold pieces such as personalized signet rings
with the initials of the alphabet. A collection that invites everyone to reaffirm their feminine essence
, with delicacy but without ever being afraid to dare.