A lot, no, maybe everything, is on stage at Vicenzaoro Fall. Nonetheless, picking out and debating on ‘trends’ in precious jewelry pieces traditionally sought out is often hard to do. In an extremely disparate stylistic scenario it is impossible to avoid the dominators who set the rules for upcoming trends in contemporary jewelry. Make way for imagination, unending, that comes out a winner in combining balanced flair and the need for a high-spirited jewel recalling natural elements with decisive gusto.
Unstoppable expounder Roberto Bravo in his ‘Global Warming’ collection lets his creative team reinforce an identity where everything bet is placed on up-to-date bucolic life. Leaves, butterflies, and tiny flowers embellish chokers, cuffs, and rings in burnt gold that is softened with a touch of diamonds and accents of fancy sapphires.Trends strongly inspired by nature that is forced to face another outcome of Vicenzaoro Fall’s decisive code.
The desire for rigor, clean lines, a gold jewel that is light, micro, subtly designed, ring or bracelet, perhaps with some cross-movement in the Marroni Design collection. Shapes and cuts of gemstones are still in the limelight for next summer. Leaderline marquise cut rings and earrings, lean and voluminous, are back on top and show off the more eclectic stones.
Along this line the return of the chandelier trend, earrings in style ten years ago and that are once again in and more gorgeous than ever with a sophisticated aesthetic revival. In order to describe this new course better, JJewels chose the turquoise, which in their ‘Scilla’ earrings narrates this chapter with great elegance.
Last but not least a word is mandated for the efforts of those designers who put jewelry through exciting experiments and new materials. Mattia Cielo gives us an exhilarating piece: the ‘Volcano’ cuff in carbon fiber. Triumphant volume, lightness, and a luxury jewel that is ever more unconventional.