Stephen Webster at Vicenzaoro

Many important news at Vicenzaoro September. On all, the long-awaited new entry, in the hall Icon, of Stephen Webster, and a Design Room that is strengthened with new designers and 'one-of-a-kind' ambassadors

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Vicenzaoro announces important news for its September edition, from 7 to 11. Above all, the new entry of Stephen Webster in the Hall Icon. A great jewelry artist who has revolutionized an aesthetic and a way of talking to women with a jewel that is unconventional, but it's whimsical, decisive, dreamlike. A language that successfully challenged a creative code that saw the jewel anchored in a classical balance, but that Stephen Webster knew how to twist with elegance and firmness. In addition to Stephen, it's to underline the development of the Design Room, now in its second September edition, which strengthens the international direction of Vicenzaoro, giving voice to a group of carefully selected designers worldwide. A collective that focuses on independent designers whose stylistic identity is expressed through high-quality collections. This year, in addition to the 'ambassadors' - Alessio Boschi and Lydia Courteille - who tell one-of-a-kind stories thanks to unparalleled craftsmanship, the return of young Marie Mas, interpreter of a harmonious ability to make jewelry today. In addition to this, there is an important new entry that will give even more value to the project. This is the case of Tomasz Donocik who dialogues with the world of jewelry using a very contemporary aesthetic for the use of color, clean lines and sharp geometries. A reassuring jewel with a touch of great stylistic boldness. The return of Netali Nissim is expected, ironic and fanciful for its iconic collection of prêt-à-porter talismans. And then the Italian Sicis, a big name in Italian design that lives on continuous contamination, and Mattia Cielo, with his high-engineering jewels. A made in Italy project that focuses on savoir-faire and uniqueness.

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