JEWELLERY À LA MODE, precious and creative, as real works of art. Unique pieces to admire, imagine to wear. From 8 to 20 November 2016 at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, in the Sala degli Arazzi, we just can not lose it. At the center of the event 500 jewelery, understood in their highest aspect: not just jewelry but a mirror of a multi-faceted prism, many intangibles. Craft, craftsmanship, custom, made in Italy. In a word? Beauty.
Promoted by the Comune di Milano-Cultura, Palazzo Reale and HOMI and edited by professor of jewellery and Accessory Design at the Milan’s Polytechnic University Alba Cappellieri, the exhibition JEWELLERY À LA MODE has the intent to tell through the jewel in the evolution of society. For the first time the jewel is represented as a fashion element, and not only from the point of view of the big names but also by the emerging realities of the Made in Italy, chest of secrets long-lived tricks of the trade. Three different sections interact with each other, creating an engaging path, faithful portrait of a society and as a result of a woman in evolution.
In Jewellery FOR Fashion the well renowned Italian jewelery makers expose, while in Jewellery OF Fashion the space is all for designers and independent brands. Jewellery WITH Fashion is dedicated instead to the designers and the dress-jewel relationship. Here are some of the emerging brand name that you can admire: Angela Caputi, Algares, Annaealex, Caterina Zangrando, Coro Jewels, Dario Scapitta Design, Radà, Ida Callegaro, Irlampia, Isla Fontaine, Maiden Art, May Moma, Agalma Medusae, Mvp Maria Vittoria Paolillo, Paola Volpi, Riva Jewels, Sciumè, Olivia Monti Arduini, Sveva Collection, Valentina Brugnatelli. The bijou has always been the subject of great attention by HOMI, fair which is organized around the person, its spaces and styles, and the heart of a friendly business as experiential, which renews its willingness to support the style, describing it to the general public. To live, see, explore: JEWELLERY À LA MODE, until November 20 at the Palazzo Reale, Milan.