OROAREZZO: BRACELET TRENDS FROM THE WINNERS OF THE 31ST EDITION OF PREMIÈRE

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Oroarezzo 2022, the Italian Exhibition Group event

Yesterday the prize-giving ceremony for the Made in Italy companies that excelled in manufacture.

  • 15 companies awarded by the jury and one honourable mention out of a total of 58 participants
  • Three categories: creativity and design, creativity art and sculpture, creativity and peace
  • New bracelet trends amid design and colour, with a reference to peace

Arezzo (Italy), 9th May 2022 – Time for awards at Oroarezzo 2022, the Italian Exhibition Group event dedicated to Made in Italy and international jewellery, ongoing at Arezzo Fiere e Congressi until tomorrow, Tuesday 10th May. Yesterday in Arezzo, during an evening event hosted by TV presenter Jo Squillo at the Sugar fashion store in Corso Italia, the 15 winning companies of the Premiere competition for the best interpretation of the bracelet theme were announced. There were three categories: creativity and design, creativity art and sculpture, creativity and peace, as well as a special mention from the jury.

THE WINNERS
The best expressions of Made in Italy manufacturing were awarded at the 31st edition of the Premiere competition . Creations that alternate between a wealth of details and the minimalist simplicity of shapes, with the power of symbolic content.

For the Creativity and Design category: Leonardo Gioielli by L’Immagine, Maria De Toni, Mosca Guido, Veneroso, Alunno&Co; for the Creativity, Art and Sculpture category: Arcadia Gioielli, Femar, Loto Preziosi, Gobi Preziosi and Anima; for the Creativity and Peace category: Graziella Group, Orolò, Unoaerre Industries, Giordini . The honourable mention went to Rial.

NEW BRACELET TRENDS: A SYMBOL OF UNBREAKABLE BONDS AND PEACE
From charm bracelets to chains, from rigid bands to wristbands, from multi-strand bracelets to so-called ‘hand-kissing’ bracelets that wrap around the back of the hand and encircle the fingers. Première brought 58 companies into the competition, each with their own interpretation of that quintessential symbol of infinity and unbreakable bonds: the bracelet. A showcase for the latest trends in the Art of Manufacturing , expressing the creativity and technical skill of jewellery production. What emerges is enormous stylistic freedom that embraces the most varied shapes, colours and shades and texture combinations, such as mirror polishing or interwoven gold and black. But also taking chromatic inspiration from the greatest works of art.

Chosen by Beppe Angiolini, Honorary President of the National Chamber of Fashion Buyers and Art Director of Oroarezzo, to celebrate the physical return of Oroarezzo, the bracelet is also a reminder of the universal message of peace and unity for which the 2022 edition of the event is a mouthpiece.

THE JURY
The jury, chaired by Beppe Angiolini and made up of journalist, writer and podcaster Mariella Milani, Rai 1 fashion journalist Paola Cacianti, stylists Eva Cavalli, Ermanno Scervino and Monica Sarti, Laura Inghirami, founder of Donna Jewel, and, of course, Jo Squillo, examined the jewels, displayed in a special installation at Oroarezzo.

FOCUS ON ITALIAN EXHIBITION GROUP
Italian Exhibition Group S.p.A., a joint stock company listed on Euronext Milan, a regulated market organised and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A., has, with its facilities in Rimini and Vicenza, achieved national leadership over the years in the organisation of trade shows and conferences. The development of activities abroad – also through joint-ventures with global or local organisers, in the United States, United Arab Emirates, China, Mexico, Brazil and India, for example – now sees the company positioned among the top European operators in the sector.

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