THE NEW JEWELLERY COLLECTION INSPIRED BY THE FAMOUS FELLINI FILM
AND THE CITY OF ROME IN ONE OF ITS MOST GLAMOUR-FILLED PERIODS.
The new jewellery collection
designed by Maria Gaspari
takes its inspiration from the world famous Fellini film and the city of Rome in one of its most glamour-filled periods. Presenting La Dolce Vita, Maria Gaspari creates objects of desire that are full of magic, timeless symbols of contemporary luxury and shared beauty, immersed in a contagious, carefree and rich atmosphere. This choice is linked to the ‘Italianity’ of the Maison, to the cinematic success that consecrated Via Veneto and a lifestyle that ventured into the future with enthusiasm. Black and white historical images accompany new shots to recount an everyday life of then and now, the vocation to transform ordinary gestures and special occasions into extraordinary and unmissable events, the aptitude to surprise and conquer with a nod, a smile, a sophisticated detail that can make every moment unique.
The ideal interpreter
of Maria Gaspari’s jewels
is a conscious, mature and seductive woman who allows herself to be won over by the beauty of precious accessories and uses their fascination to emphasise the charm and elegance that distinguish her.
As an oriental proverb goes:
“The sweetest words have less charm on a woman than a silent jewel”.
These words identify the jewel as an object of desire which has the power to reward the wearer’s soul, gratifying her and attracting the viewer’s gaze, but if received as a gift the jewel has the power to increase the happiness and the pride of any woman, conquering her heart.
for size and value
created by choosing high quality precious stones from the most appreciated cutters that come together one by one to enhance beauty in every single creation. Monochrome or high-contrast compositions, where light and colour become the protagonists of space, vibrating at every movement, at every glance.
Diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds blend with rare pearls, with pure gems, creating soft volumes inspired by the shapes of nature, fantastic animals in their precious liveries, geometric textures with stroboscopic effects, all together making up an amazing assortment that well recounts the sensitivity and jewel making know-how of a Maison founded in 1850.