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Pablo Gioielli

Fashion | October 28, 2020 |

Pablo Gioielli
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Pablo Gioielli
Jewels that are a complex of processes, contents and impulses not rationally controllable. In other words… an out-promgram!

Pablo Gioielli is a brand born a few months before Covid-19, therefore very young but not lucky in choosing the most peaceful historical, social and economic moment of the last twenty years. Despite that, it has a great desire to establish itself in the market of design jewelry made for customers a little out of the box. Designer Paolo Aglione entered the world of jewelry at the age of 22; during these years he has traveled to various corners of the earth with a single intention: to see, know and make his own all that stones and metals represent. He chose to deepen this passion by enrolling in TADS – Tarì Design School. Hence the idea of ​​creating a line where he can synthesize his personality, stylistic identity, innovation and craftsmanship, in a fair compromise between tradition and a modern creative intuition.

Pablo Gioielli
Image courtesy of Pablo Gioielli

Paolo Aglione has always been aware of thinking, designing and creating objects that have a communicative soul; to baptize his debut collection he chose the word “Communication”, where his intent is to sensitize people not to be imprisoned by that artificial communication but rather to find more and more time for the primordial aspects… that is to look into each other’s eyes and listen to the sound of the words uttered by the lips.

“I enjoy social media, but I prefer the embarrassment and courage of those who look straight in the eye. I like photos, but honestly there is no technology that can replace the emotion of a close-up look. Adrenaline, amazement, the crash… you know? I accept criticism of ideas, but observe them from the mouth of those who pronounce them, it makes me weak and then stronger. This is Communication, an exuberant and luxurious line of jewels, frank and irreverent, imagined by those who, like me, still want to live face to face with the world.” [Paolo Aglione, founder]

Pablo Gioielli
Image courtesy of Pablo Gioielli

Every single object is made in laboratory, where – from the delivery of the drafts to the final realization – comparisons are made with each individual collaborator, because the owner thinks that you cannot be successful if there is no sharing and comparison. Just think that a stone was specifically created for one of the collections to make the iris as real as possible, giving it the name of “Double glass” – born from a coupling between a mother-of-pearl and a glass. The laboratory is in constant ferment because the company has a great desire to present two collections which have had a considerable slowdown due to the pandemic.

more. www.pablogioielli.it

Pablo Gioielli
Image courtesy of Pablo Gioielli
Pablo Gioielli
Image courtesy of Pablo Gioielli

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