jewels as works of art
Jewelry like artworks. Timeless expression of femininity with geometric lines

The Florentine designer, Angela Caputi, gives life to her creations which originated from an ancient passion for fashion and the desire to communicate with women, inspired by American cinema dating back to the first half of the 20th century

The creative centre of the brand Angela Caputi Giuggiù has its headquarters in the historic centre of Florence, a few steps from Ponte Vecchio, in an ancient seventeenth-century building better known as "Palazzetto Medici". Every detail is extremely refined, from the geometric but soft lines to the thousand shades of the colours, right up to the "simple" materials such as plastic resins

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The brand has always had a special relationship with the world of entertainment as well as the world of Haute Couture, enriching with its clothing creations and costumes for television sets and for the film industry, collaborating at the same time with the most prestigious costume designers

resin jewelry

These beautiful creations have quickly established themselves in markets around the world and have in fact become part of some of the most important museums in the world, such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Silver Museum and the Costume Gallery in Florence

resin jewelry

During the days of Pitti Immagine Uomo n°94, fashion designer Angela Caputi presented a preview of the "Ciniglia" collection, one of the lines proposed for the 2018/19 autumn-winter season. The collection is inspired by the colors and nuances that nature assumes in autumn, warm and varied shades that make the components of this jewelry a real tactile experience

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The appeal is clear, the optical effect of these synthetic resins resembles velvets, brocades and chenille, those iridescent, luminous and elegant fabrics that catch the eye. Shades of colors that include: burgundy, land of Siena, mustard and lime green which are all colors that the leaves assume in autumn

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