Vicenza Oro

January 2017 

 

I try to visit the show each time, it takes almost 2 hours and half from Milan and it really inspires me to see each time these colours,

materials and designs from high-jewelty to mid brands in a day. This time the show had around 1,500 exhibitors from over

36 countries and as always new styles and jewelry trends for the year were presented.

 

Vicenza Oro take place in Vicenza, a jewelry fair found in 1975 and the event runs twice a year. If you are part of the jewelry and watch industry, Vicenza Oro is one of important events to consider. 

I try to visit the show each time, it takes almost 2 hours and half from Milan and it really inspires me to see each time these colours, materials and designs from high-jewelty to mid brands in a day. This time the show had around 1,500 exhibitors from over 36 countries and as always new styles and jewelry trends for the year were presented.

My jewellery discoveries at Vicenza Oro this year include plenty of colored stone jewelry specially Red, Pink, Coral and then Green.,

Stefan Hafner, The Essence of Italian Beauty, is celebrating its' 50th anniversary by 50 unique pieces all made in Italy. 

He came from an Italian-Swiss family whose origins indicate two aspects of his personality: the precision of Swiss watchmakers, Italian beauty and creativity. He constantly travelled all over the world in order to observe the women in each country, and to get to know their secrets and their dreams.

Stefan Hafner is well known amongst an important international clientele for the creation of sophisticated pieces of fine jewellery that interpret and display all the beauty and expressiveness of the precious stones.

This year "Design Room" area in the Icon district, is dedicated to experimentation in contemporary jewelry. Designers from around the world presented innovative works; absolutely unique pieces to be worn and desired. I am really glad I met one of my favorite of contemporary jewelry designers Fernando Jorge there, a Brazilian born, London based designer who takes his inspiration from the laidback attitude and effortless sensuality of his home country. 

My favorite pieces are, as you see in the photos, both from his Fusion collection


I noticed some sub-trends in the show such as animal-inspired jewelry, Natural stones, Faith symbols and pearls.

 

From left to right:

01. Mattioli pendant from African Queen collection 02. Roberto Bravo ring 03. Roberto Coin rooster ring for celebrating the initial of rooster year 04. Amlé coral necklace

05. De Simone Fratelli turquoises and corals 06. Talento Italiano pearls 07. Sarah Ho ring from Persica collection 08. Sarah Ho ring from Peony Dusk collection 09. Utopia Jewels Milano necklace 

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