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The top international jewellery brands confirmed at Vicenzaoro September

The top international jewellery brands confirmed at Vicenzaoro September

Top jewellery brands will be descending on Vicenza for VOS Vicenzaoro September - The Jewellery Boutique Show. The international exhibition of reference for the gold and jewellery world at Vicenza Exhibition Centre from 9th to 13th September 2022 together with VO Vintage (9th-11th September), is a unique opportunity to obtain an absolute preview of the latest new entries and trends in high jewellery. A veritable business hub for the sector where the trends will be set by the creations in the ICON community which hosts luxury Made in Italy and international jewellery brands together with the original proposals on display in The Design Room.

An unmissable presence at Vicenzaoro is Roberto Coin with its most iconic collections and new entries in the Art Deco line, a selection of new ready-to-wear pieces from the brand's most artistic collection, and Navarra, the new 2022 collection inspired by the coat of arms of the Spanish dynasty with its 16 intertwined chains.

Among the big names will be FOPE, whose trademark gold link chains, made flexible thanks to a patented technology using small springs are recognised the world over. This autumn, the Vicenza-based company will be bringing its new Luna unisex line to the show for the first time: entirely flexible links with a contemporary design and significant thicknesses. In addition to Flex'it bracelets, available in yellow, white and pink gold, necklaces also become stretchable for the first time as chokers to be worn snugly but comfortably against the skin due to the soft and supple mesh. New entries in FOPE's most recent products are the 18-carat gold rings and earrings in its Essentials line and the contemporary proposals in Aria that feature a design and container sizes to meet the needs of a younger public.

Damiani will be bringing new items and masterpieces with a modern and innovative style, the result of the creativity and passion for the goldsmith's art of a brand that has been an ambassador of Made in Italy around the world for almost a century.

With Crivelli, high jewellery is a combination of precious stones, vibrant colours and different shades of gold, revealing the company’s ability to re-interpret the classic style in multiple variations.

There will be two new collections by Annamaria Cammilli: Dune Color, in which different tones and shades of tourmalines, the blue of tanzanites and the green of peridot come together, and Couture, which remains faithful to the Florentine company’s codes and aesthetics but is not afraid to be boldly creative and daring.

Nanis draws inspiration from the world of nature to produce high jewellery creations that mix gold and diamond pave and Fabergé has chosen Vicenzaoro to celebrate its 180th anniversary by presenting a special edition of its iconic egg, the Colors of Love Rose Gold Diamond & Ruby Fluted Egg Pendant, inspired by the “Third Imperial Egg”. It will also launch a limited edition of 180 Mini Gold Egg Objects, which are crafted from 18k rose gold and adorned with Gemfields Mozambican rubies.. Master goldsmith workmanship, handed down through the ages, finds continuous inspiration in the company to explore creativity, reinterpreting even contemporary aspects of everyday life: on show in Vicenza for the first time will be The Game of Thrones Egg, an eagerly awaited homage to the successful fantasy TV series.

The attendance of the world’s leading high jewellery companies confirms Vicenzaoro's international allure, with players such as the German company Schreiner, renowned for its ultra-luxury creations, popular with the royal households of many countries; the English brand Yoko London, which selects the most beautiful and unusual pearls in terms of colour and size; the American Sutra Jewels with its creations loved by VIPs and the Hollywood elite, Portugal's Luísa Rosas, which combines architectural forms and artisan techniques in a sophisticated design.

Vicenzaoro will also see the return of The Design Room, a workshop area where experimentation and creativity come together in new market trends and unique pieces of high jewellery. The leading players will be the most sought-after international independent designers, who reinterpret jewellery according to their own style, creating products with unusual and highly recognisable designs. On show this autumn will be the much-coveted creations of Alessio Boschi, purchased and collected like works of art, and the Baroque jewellery by young Chilean designer José María Goñi, which has conquered the Royal Family of Malaysia and the singer Madonna. Vicenzaoro will also exhibit the handmade creations by Mousson Atelier with their classical and modern aesthetics, geometries, unique top-quality stones, fine workmanship and exclusive design; Celine Roelen jewellery inspired by the world of insects; Netali Nissim and her jewels decorated with the eye symbol, much loved by influencer Chiara Ferragni; the Cedille Paris pop line by Carmen Aoun, the emerging Parisian talent of Lebanese origin, which expresses and celebrates the mother-daughter bond.

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