The FUJIYAMA Collection by Lebole Gioielli in the photo exhibition #GEMS by Vanity Fair at the Diocesan Museum in Milan: "JEWELS ARE THE BEST FRIENDS OF MILANESE GIRLS".
A photographic exhibition dedicated to Milanese women and their relationship with jewels. "What is the power of jewels?" Vanity Fair asked some Milanese women who wore them for them.
The photographic exhibition, created by Tamu McPherson, a cosmopolitan influencer who chose Milan as his city, celebrated the release of the Jewelery Collection, the special supplement to the number 23 of Vanity Fair, on sale from June 8th.
The Lebole jewels are worn by Elena Braghieri, employee and influencer by passion: "To understand what mood they are just look at the jewels I wear" #MOOD
The Fujiyama Collection uses Japanese kimono silks for making antique earrings, applied with a special process on a very light wood core. The Fujiyama earrings, like all Lebole earrings, are asymmetrical; a fan is carried to one lobe and a lantern to the other. Fans have always been an important symbol in Japanese culture, both to mark different cultural, ceremonial and religious moments, and as a gift for births and birthdays. The point of attachment of the slats is considered a representation of the beginning of life and the sticks are the possible paths that life can follow. It represents, in its entirety, the happiness that can be enlarged to become ever greater, just like the extended opening of the fan itself. On the other lobe a Lantern, typical of Japanese gardens, point of passage and purification of the soul. All the pieces are unique, one different from the other, exclusively "Made in Italy", mounted with galvanized brass elements and natural stones. To help Nicoletta and Barbara Lebole in the creation of these small works of art was Paolo Perugini, a Tuscan artist.