Design, Innovation, and Research, our real grounds for creativity, always remain at the center of what we do. In jewelry, as in fashion, the research of design, innovative materials, and sustainability broadens and enriches the product range, providing a greater amount of touchpoints, by means of which the contemporary consumer can connect.
How have the scenarios of contemporary jewelry changed after the pandemic? In which directions the fashion jewelry industry is moving? With a pioneering spirit, Homi Fashion&Jewels Exhibition explores the new territories, values, and strategies of fashion jewelry in the international webinar “Jewelry Today: Something New”.
The panel gathered to discuss the topic includes three protagonists of the most relevant jewelry international communities: each guest will reveal “something new” as a hint for any designer, maker and company.
The digital talk, organised by Homi Fashion&Jewels in collaboration with Poli.design, aims to present the trends for jewellery for the next two years, in terms of aesthetic, shapes, materials and innovation.
HOMI Fashion&Jewels Exhibition is the event in Milan dedicated to Fashion Accessories, Bijoux and Trendy Jewellery. By attending our event, which has two appointments per year, in February and September, you will discover unique proposals, surprising combinations and innovative collections. Design, style, sustainability and innovative materials: these are the pillars of the NEW CRAFT project, the most important special area in Homi Fashion & Jewels Exhibition. In the NEW CRAFT area you will discover the national and international designers’ proposals and their creativity in jewelry and fashion accessories.
Being creative today is more challenging than ever!
The webinar will be moderated by Alba Cappellieri, Full Professor, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, and Director of the Museum of Jewellery Vicenza and Emanuele Guido, Exhibition Director Business Unit Lifestyle Fiera Milano will introduce this important e-meeting that will enrich the future vision of jewelry manufacturing.
Each guest will reveal “something new” as a hint for any designer, maker and company. An important event to learn about the new international geographies of contemporary jewelry.
The digital talk, organised by Homi Fashion&Jewels Exhibition in collaboration with Poli.design, aims to share the future directions of fashion jewelry in an international scenario.
HOMI Fashion&Jewels Exhibition is the event in Milan dedicated to Fashion Accessories, Bijoux and Trendy Jewellery. By attending our event, which has two appointments per year, in February and September, you will discover unique proposals, surprising combinations and innovative collections.
Design, style, sustainability and innovative materials: these are the pillars of the NEW CRAFT project, the most important special area in Homi Fashion & Jewels Exhibition. The aim of the NEW CRAFT goes beyond the trends of the moment, as a matter of fact it focuses on shapes, materials and on “the power of ideas”. In the NEW CRAFT area you will discover the national and international designers’ proposals and their creativity in jewelry and fashion accessories.
Being creative today is more challenging than ever!
Full Professor, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, and Director of the Museum of Jewellery Vicenza Exhibition Director
Ph.D. is Full Professor of Design of Jewellery and Fashion Accessories at the Politecnico di Milano, where she is the Director of the International Master in Fashion Accessories Design, of the Master on Brand and Product Management at the Milano Fashion Institute (consortium of Bocconi, Politecnico and Cattolica universities). She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels in Paris, of the Gijs Bakker Foundation in Amsterdam and of the Fondazione Cologni in Milan. From 2013 to 2016 she taught Design Driven Innovation at the Stanford University. In 2017 she was appointed Ambassador of the Italian Design at Osaka, in 2018 at Sydney, in 2019 at Baku, in 2020 at Miami. From 2014 she is the Director of the Jewellery Museum in Vicenza, the only Italian museum exclusively dedicated to jewellery. She curated several International jewellery exhibitions and her last publications include “Van Cleef&Arpels: Time, Nature, Love“(Skira 2019), "Jewels of the twentieth century, from Art Nouveau to 3d Printing." (Skira, 2018), “Chains, jewellery in history, function and ornament” (Silvana 2018), “Brilliant” (Corraini 2016), “Jewellery a la Mode" (Corraini 2016), “Sentimental jewellery” (Marsilio 2014), “Italian design meets jewellery”(with M. Romanelli, Marsilio 2013).
Exhibition Director Business Unit Lifestyle, Fiera Milano
Graduated in Business Administration in 2003, at the University Bocconi (Milan), since September 2019 Emanuele Guido is Director of the Lyfestile Business Unit of Fiera Milano, which includes Fashion and Lifestyle Exhibitions directly organized by the Italian Company. In his prevoius working experiences, Emanuele Guido hold important roles in the Exhibition Industry, in marketing and international developments assignments, in Italy and abroad. Since October 2010 he is also Director of the Strategic Marketing Division of Fiera Milano.
Director & Founder, AUTOR Contemporary Jewelry
Dan Pierşinaru is a visual artist and creator of contexts, who lives and works in Bucharest, Romania. As a creator of contexts for the creatives industries in Romania and not only, he founded the international platform AUTOR, which includes events like: AUTOR International Contemporary and Art Jewelry Fair, MATERIA Contemporary Leather Design Fair and NOEL Designer Gifts Fair. He is also the editor-in-chief of AUTOR Magazine, an international print publication dedicated exclusively to contemporary and art jewelry. Dan graduated from the University of Art and Design in Cluj Napoca, Romania, with a BA in Photo-Video-Multimedia. He is featured among Romanian artists, with solo and group exhibitions since 1999. He has had many personal exhibitions, such as: UAP Gallery in Targu Jiu, Sindan Cultural Centre in Cluj Napoca, Atas Gallery in Cluj Napoca, Anaid Art Gallery in Bucharest, Burghof-Basel in Switzerland. His studies also include scholarships and programmes designed for young artists, like: L’Erban- Ecole régionale des beaux-arts in Nantes, France; Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes in Paris, France; Okuparte festival, Huesca, Spain. His artistic vision ranges from photography and video art, to installations, drawings and objects. Using all these tools he constructs art installations in which the identity and biographical elements are combined with the state of transition in time of a place or a human being, of accidents and coincidences, movements and spontaneous reactions, of outlining the embitterment of feelings, of anonymity, or the ephemeral surrounding us. He is an unstoppable independent seeker of authenticity and global value in the field of Romanian and international creatives scenes.
Director & Founder, JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects
“Jewellery and art were the disciplines that motivated Paulo Ribeiro to create JOYA, a unique event that brings together the best of national and international artistic jewelry in the city of Barcelona once a year. An explosion of creativity that attracts galleries, artists, schools and lovers of jewelry from around the world, pieces with a strong conceptual and experimental techniques that make JOYA the most avant-garde platform of the current jewellery.” Ribeiro is a Brazilian architect, specialized in fashion spaces with master and PhD at Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya. He directs the creative agency Le Département since 2007, with projects all over the world: Brazil, Mexico, Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Thailand, etc. In Barcelona, Ribeiro created JOYA in 2009, the most international event related with art jewellery in Spain, gathering together more than 450 artists in 3 days, presenting the best of art jewellery from all over the world. He gave conferences about art jewellery and coaching for young designers in different countries like: Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Ukraine, Romania, Chile, Colombia and Greece. The conferences were highlighting the differences between art jewellery and the other sectors, the history of art jewellery, concepts and collections, relating jewellery with architecture, fashion or design.
General Secretary, AORP - Portuguese Association of Jewellery and Watchmaking
As AORP's General Secretary (Portuguese Association of Jewellery and Watchmaking) for 12 years now, Fátima Santos monitors and leads the international growth and expansion process of the portuguese jewellery field. As responsible for managing joint funding projects and collective actions of sectorial development, Fátima Santos has a deep knowledge of national and international dynamics for the jewellery field. At the moment, Fátima is also the Vice-President of the European Jewellery Federation.