VICENZA, Italy – The next edition of Vicenzaoro, running from September 6-10, 2024, will showcase an extraordinary variety of “Made in Italy” and international jewellery creations, showing off the latest design trends, and will present the Trend Book 2026+.

From 6 to 8 September, VO’Clock Privé will also be featuring at the show: an event specifically for contemporary watchmaking and open to the entire public of timepiece culture enthusiasts.

Already sold out for over a month with more than 1,200 brands, in its “Icon” community, the IEG show in Vicenza will host the high-end that will define contemporary jewellery trends.
Representing Made in Italy jewellery will be top brands such as Damiani; the elegant and sophisticated lines of collections by Roberto Coin, recently chosen by Nicole Kidman, one of cinema’s muses;
TRADE FAIRS –  Vicenzaoro September 6-10 edition to showcase latest jewellery design trends
Roberto Coin
as well as the almost artisan touch of Crivelli. In addition, Fope’s elasticated chains, worn by J Lo;
TRADE FAIRS –  Vicenzaoro September 6-10 edition to showcase latest jewellery design trends
Annamaria Cammilli with silhouettes inspired by floral lightness; Palmiero with its artistic and sculptural creations; the dynamic versatility of jewellery by Roberto Demeglio and Serafino Consoli with its rings that become bracelets; the ultra-light geometries of Gismondi 1754.
And again: the classic lines of Leo Pizzo and Mirco Visconti; the contemporary and strictly handcrafted items by Davite & DelucchiGiorgio Visconti’s timeless classic; the experimentation of Peruffo Jewelry; the handmade diamonds of World Diamond Group and Marco Dal Maso, Zancan and Barakà for men’s jewellery. The contemporary touch of Adolfo Courrier and the sophisticated subtlety of Verdi; the textures of Nanis; the delicate colours of Giovanni Ferraris;
TRADE FAIRS –  Vicenzaoro September 6-10 edition to showcase latest jewellery design trends
Giovanni Ferraris
the craftsmanship of Staurino Fratelli and the creativity of K di KuoreMariani 1878’s passion for detail and, last but not least, brands that clearly identify tradition and evolution in jewellery from Campania, such as Chantecler, De Simone Fratelli, Coscia and Vittorio Fiorentino.
Also in attendance, in the lounge on the first floor of the Expo Centre, will be Morellato Group with focus on its precious and sustainable jewellery with Bluespirit, D’Amante, CHRIST, Cleor and Live Diamond among its proprietary brands. Available in more than 60 countries around the world, the Group has chosen to launch a new brand at Vicenzaoro, in addition to its 15 proprietary brands and six licences.
European and international high jewellery companies will include, among others: Schreiner Fine Jewellery, Hans Krieger, Giloy, Breuning, Niessing, Jörg Heinz and Heinz Mayer, Yana Nesper, Al Coro and Stenzhorn from Germany; Dámaso Martinez, Carrera y Carrera and Facet from Spain; the French brands Akillis, Djula and La brune et la blondeFullord from Switzerland; Terzhian from Turkey; the American, Mumbai-based Sutra and the Hong Kong-based Butani. Lastly, Australia’s Autore and the UK’s iconic Fabergé.
New entries at the coming September edition of Vicenzaoro will include Italy’s Daverio 1933, the Greek brand Dionysios and Artur Scholl from Germany.

The “Icon” community will also feature the Design Room, the area dedicated to high jewellery designers who reinterpret jewellery with unique and exclusive creations. Refined geometric architectures for Michel Tortel with the Qitteri Paris brand and the highly symbolic and evocative jewelleryof Vicky ShaweKaren Suen, who opts for the sparkle of gems, and the artistic citations and contemporary materials of Alessio Boschi’s baroque choices. Additionally, Guy Bedarida with the Marina B. brand; Chilean José María Goñi; the elegant shapes of Busatti Milano; the Campania inspiration of Miseno Jewelry ; the iconic eye set into creations by NetaliNissim and the intense colours of jewellery by Cedille Paris. And again: the contemporary lines of Antonini Milano; the geometries of Mousson Atelier; the nature-inspired structures of Osi Vitoria Jewelry and the strictly handcrafted work of Misani.

Moreover, Alessio Boschi and Alessia Crivelli will be the mentors behind “The 8” project that IEG has organised to enhance new Italian and international jewellery talents. Igor Quagliata, a graduate from the IED in Rome, moulds titanium and gold with precious stones for a genderless look; Iranian Roshanak Payrovi, Master Degree in jewellery design at Arezzo, has made micromosaic her stylistic signature; Antonia Ascolillo from the IED in Rome, draws inspiration from cellular fabrics and natural fibres while Juan Sebastian Plah Galindo, Colombian-born but Milanese by adoption, translates the colours and rhythms of his Cartagena de Indias into jewellery.