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Artistar Jewels 2018

Fashion | February 22, 2018 |

Artistar Jewels 2018Image courtesy of Vogue

Artistar Jewels 2018
Palazzo dei Giureconsulti, Milan
From 22 to 25 February 2018

From the 22nd until the 25th of February 2018 at Palazzo dei Giureconsulti in Milan. It’s the save the date given by Artistar Jewels to all the experts and all the contemporary jewelry lovers.

Artistar Jewels 2018Image courtesy of Vogue

Artistar Jewels is an event that gives an international and original perspective on the contemporary jewelry world, showing us the latest trends. The creatives will show their artworks, unique pieces or small series, selected according to their artistic value, technical testing e stylistic research. All the pieces are going to be sold on website www.artistarjewels.com starting from next February, and the platform will be even more contemporary thanks to an accurate restyling.

Artistar Jewels 2018Image courtesy of Vogue

170 international designers from more than 30 countries are participating in the 5th edition, showing more than 450 artworks. This year the event has registered an increase of the 20% compared to the 4th edition, closing the applications 3 months earlier than expected. To enhance the exhibition there will be the creations of three main characters of the contemporary jewelry and art world: the Japanese conceptual artist Yoko Ono, the Belgian Pol Bury and the Parisian artist Faust Cardinali.

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