Vicenza (Italy), 12th December 2022 – High and contemporary jewellery with all the very latest ideas from Made in Italy and the best in international design: top brands will be previewing at Vicenzaoro January (VOJ) – The Jewellery Boutique Show, amidst new arrivals and expected confirmations. With over 1200 exhibiting brands from 33 different countries, from Europe to Asia, Italian Exhibition Group’s (IEG) international gold and jewellery show will be held at Vicenza Expo Centre from 20th to 24th January 2023, together with T.Gold, the international gold and jewellery technology and machinery show, and VO Vintage, the vintage watch and jewellery marketplace (20th – 23rd January 2023, open to the public).
1/5 Annamaria Cammilli Couture
Setting the trends will be the creations in the ICON community, which hosts Italian and international luxury jewellery brands, as well as the contemporary jewellery in the LOOK community and the original proposals in The Design Room featuring the most sought-after designers.Key players at Vicenzaoro will include Damiani, with colourful, modern and timeless creations, jewellery that celebrates the encounter between white gold and platinum with diamonds for dynamic and glamorous women.An unfailing presence is Roberto Coin with its most iconic collections and the latest in the Love in Verona line, a dedication of love to the Veneto city with creations in the three colours of shiny or satin gold, to be worn together for a total-look effect, and the Art Deco line, inspired by the artistic movement and its symmetrically and evenly repeated geometric lines.
Crivelli will be exhibiting high jewellery collections in vibrant colours and different shades of gold, while FOPE returns to the show with its Super Eka capsule collection characterised by a wide band of white gold set with diamonds, its Bubble Rings line featuring light and colourful rings studded with precious stones, and the Luna collection design, whose gold chains are completely flexible thanks to the brand’s patented system.Also in attendance, Leo Pizzo will be bringing collections with a romantic and dreamy character to Vicenza, Annamaria Cammilli, who illuminates the irregular curves of her creations with precious brilliant-cut diamonds, Crieri with its precious diamonds wrapped in gold, in modern and iconic lines.
Confirming Vicenzaoro’s international scope is the presence of leading high jewellery companies from all over the world, with new arrivals such as made in Germany Niessing or AWKN1 with its multi-ethnic contaminations. LOOK district’s contemporary jewellery offer will also be extended: among others, international new entries such as PDPAOLA from Spain, who has chosen the show to present her essential and customisable creations for the first time, the German Coeur de Lion and the French company Aurélie Bidermann, which join consolidated presences such as Amen, Brosway, Bronzallure, Unoaerre.
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Vicenzaoro January also renews The Design Room, dedicated to the creations of the most sought-after international designers who reinterpret jewellery according to their own highly recognisable style. Together with awaited confirmations of brands such as Alessio Boschi, Cédille Paris, José Maria Goñi, Mousson Atelier and Netali Nissim, on display for the first time in this location will be the creations by Sergio Antonini, sophisticated contemporary jewellery inspired by Italian tradition. Among the new entries is Salima Thakker, designer born and raised in Antwerp of an Indian father and Belgian mother who encapsulates her personal interpretation of an inclusive society inside her jewellery; designer and gemmologist Pamela Hastry from Morphée Joaillerie; creations from China by Victoria Yu; Guy Bedarida of Italo-French origin and a leading figure in contemporary jewellery, with the Marina B brand.
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All the exhibiting brands’ news and contents are available on Vicenzaoro’s already active, brand-new App “The Jewellery Golden Cloud”, which includes useful maps for getting around the show, finding the companies’ booths, making direct contact with the exhibitors and schedule appointments.