Pomellato 50 Year Anniversary in Vienna

30. Mai 2018

It was 1967 when Pino Rabollini founded the brand that would soon start breaking the classic aesthetics of the jewellery world. Their chains would cause the world to go crazy. Small, big, minimalist, anyhow still chains.

Pomelatto managed to introduce a prêt-à-porter philosophy to a very traditional world, with their special touch of creativity and colour. They were trendsetters in a historically established world. Today, 50 years later, women around Italy and the whole globe get to wear their distinctive creations and enjoy their feeling of (female) power.

It was May 1996 when Monica Bellucci got to wear just a piece of lingerie and Pomellato jewellery for Vogue Italia – simply stunning! 22 years later, they still like to keep their philosophy alive – statement pieces that actually dress a woman and not simply adorn. Just take a look at their latest global campaign starring inspiring women like Chiara Ferragani and Helen Nonini.

The Italian brand is turning 50 this year and they are making sure the whole globe gets to celebrate it with them. Finally, the time has come and the 50 Year Anniversary of Pomellato took place in Vienna. And we received THE invitation to this very special event taking place at the Italian Embassy in Palais Kaunitz-Metternich.

Lilly and I got quickly down to business… We wanted to have our jewellery ready and for that, we trusted Juwelier Heldwein.

Lilly wore a spectacular pair of Pomellato earrings from the Nudo Collection in a delicate blue tone. Her necklace was also a Pomellato piece from the Capri Collection which was a gift many years ago. Her stunning ring though was from the Heldwein collection 1902. Me on the other hand, I was wearing this gold statement chain with diamonds by Pomellato from the Ming Collection (which you can also wear as a belt – how cool is that?) that you can still get at Graben 13 in Vienna. Then on my hands, I was wearing two Ole Lynggaard rings, one with a grey moonstone and the other one with beautiful rutile quartz. Finally, on my wrist, I am wearing my all-time favourite Ole Lynggaard Nature bracelet and some Gilbert Albert extra pieces.

Once the jewellery and outfits were ready, we were ready to head over to the party, but before getting in the cab direction Italian Embassy, we stopped by the Hotel Grand Ferdinand… Pre-drinks with the team was a must!

| Jewellery pieces by Juwelier Heldwein – Thank you | 

| Invitation by Pomellato |


DEUTSCH

Pomellato, die einzigartige Prêt-à-porter Schmucklinie aus Italien, feiert ihr 50jähriges Jubiläum – bekannt für einmalig schönen Hals- und Armketten sowie die berühmten Ringe. Ob gross oder klein, minimalistisch oder ganz einfach ästhetisch schön: Pomellato ist mehr als nur Schmuck. Jedes Schmuckstück gehört zu dir, es wird Teil von dir. Die jüngsten Fotos aus der aktuellen globalen Kampagne mit Chiara Ferragani und Helen Nonini sind der beste Beweis.

Pomellato feiert die 50 Jahre auf der ganzen Welt, und die Welt feiert mit Pomellato. In Wien trafen sich die geladenen Gäste (inklusive Lilly und ich, YAY!) in der italienischen Botschaft im Palais Metternich. Für den richtigen Schmuck vertrauten wir auf Juwelier Heldwein in Wien, Am Graben 13. Zurecht! Denn mit Ohrringen aus der Nudo-Kollektion von Pomellato, mit einer Halskette aus der Capri-Kollektion, ganz besonders aber mit der diamantenbesetzten Goldkette waren wir für die Feierlichkeiten bestens gerüstet. Ein Ring aus der Heldwein 1902 Kollektion sowie Schmuck von Ole Lynggaard und Gilbert Albert ergänzten unseren Auftritt auf das Schönste.

Bevor Lilly und ich zur Feier gingen, trafen wir das mit Handkuss-Team im Grand Ferninand, machten ein paar Bilder für euch und tranken ein Glas vom köstlichen Muskateller Brut.

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