Diamonds and Tulips

At Palazzo Francesco Turati and at 10 Corso Como, the best of Made in Holland design and craftsmanship is staged. Starting from the jewels of Her Royal Highness

  • Leaves @ Nuances collection

    Leaves @ Nuances collection

  • Leaves @ Nuances collection

    Leaves @ Nuances collection

  • princess margarita de bourbon de parme

    princess margarita de bourbon de parme

From 9 to 14 April, Milan is tinged with all the possible nuances of design, and in two special locations, including thousands of tulips. There will be 15,000 flowers in the courtyard of Palazzo Francesco Turati (via Meravigli 7), and 2,000 in 10 Corso Como, for the first time partner of the Masterly - The Dutch event in Milan, dedicated to Made in Holland design and high craftsmanship. The event, now in its fourth edition and carried out with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and of the Consulate General in Milan, is curated and promoted by Nicole Uniquole, who this year has chosen the celebration of the 300th anniversary as the main theme of the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, one of the greatest performers and protagonists of the Dutch Golden Age. Nicole will also be the selection of products that will be offered for sale in the ultra-glamorous concept store founded by Carla Sozzani. The four brands chosen offer a very varied vision of the creative world linked to the habitat but not only: Royal Delft porcelain will be exhibited alongside blown glass by Melvin Anderson, furnishings and accessories by Osiris Hertman will be the backdrop to the jewelry created by Her Royal Highness Princess Margarita de Bourbon de Parme. In particular, you can admire (and buy) the Leaves @ Nuances collection, in diamonds, colored diamonds, spinels and fancy sapphires, as described by Her Highness: "I draw my inpiration from nature. The collection is based on a series of photography I made walking through the forest. The patterns of these leaves and branches fascinated me. The design of these jewels are a graphic interpretation of a leaf”.

  • francesco turati palace

    francesco turati palace

  • nicole uniquole

    nicole uniquole

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