Simple yet deeply symbolic, the Pomellato Together collection eloquently expresses the enigma of love in its many forms. The jewels capture the connections that bind us together, whether it is as lovers, friends, through sisterhood or family ties, or any union between human beings who cherish one another.
Pomellato Together is a range of rings and bracelets that express the beauty and complexity of human bonds with the simplest of Milanese elegance. The jewels are composed of double bands of smooth gold and embellished with diamonds and gemstones, united by a link. These two perfect forms are forever united to create a greater whole as ribbons of gold meet in an embrace, entirely confident in the strength of their togetherness, even when far apart. The rings can be worn either revealing or concealing the link and the simple lines are gender-fluid and their universal appeal is instantly evident.
Creative Director Vincenzo Castaldo says: ‘Our aim was to capture the beauty of togetherness in a very Pomellato way that is essential, inclusive and refined, inspired by Milanese design. The Pomellato Together collection celebrates modern love in all its wonderful diversity.’
Crafted by hand in the firm’s Milan atelier, the Pomellato Together collection is conceived as wearable sculptures with their seamless continuous lines, smooth soft finishes and perfect diamond and gemstone settings. White and brown diamonds enhance the rose gold jewels and white gold versions feature blue sapphires or white diamonds. Emeralds and rubies embellish rose gold models of the rings.
The Pomellato Together collection launches in February 2023 and will be supported by a campaign masterminded by director and photographer Lapo Quagli. With references to classic Italian art combined with a contemporary and sensual tone, the campaign brings to life the unique spirit of the jewels. Shot in Milan, the delicate and slow movements of the dancers combined with striking graphic elements and close-ups of hands and arms uniting, tell the story of Pomellato Together.
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