The Italian jewelry designer Fabio Angri is making a name for himself in the United States.
This year, the Calla—a symbol of the house of Vhernier—is celebrating 20 years as an icon in the jewelry world.
Hermès is pleased to introduce, The Acreau Robe de Soir a 12-piece limited numbered edition watch imbued with the Hermès saddle and leather-making heritage, which transposes the art of contemporary mosaic into the playful world of Hermès. Available in stores now, the rose gold Acreau boasts radiantly vivid colors displayed throughout the design and features an equestrian motif.
Eleanor Stone NYC, created and operated by two moms in Greenwich—Nancy Parmet Cook and Jolie Fries Singer, is a luxury accessories brand that specializes in making handcrafted cuffs constructed from the finest Italian leather and featuring one-of-a-kind gems, antique brooches, cameos, and other vintage finds.
The house of Vhernier was founded with a mission to create unique jewels, each one special and hand-made, their shapes influenced by movements in modern art and contemporary design.
In the world of high jewelry, we will always know and love the mainstay houses and their iconic offerings. But we can’t resist the bespoke experience of the quintessential boutique brands. Here, Quest explores a cut of the more niche jewelry life—and the influencers who are elevating their craft to new and intriguing levels.
Designer Fabio Angri’s boutique jewelry line, Lusso—meaning “luxury” in Italian—has been long-revered across Italy for its one-of-a-kind pieces and endless customizations. This season, the designs are available stateside for the first time, launched in a private trunk show in New York City earlier this month.