The new edition from October 17th to 22nd, 2023.
The third edition of Milano Jewelry Week is scheduled from October 17th to 22nd, 2023, with a packed schedule of events that will populate the city along with international brands and artists.
Sponsored by CNA Federmoda, the Milano Jewelry Week celebrates the history, tradition and innovation of the fascinating world of international jewelry: the event represents the excellence of the industry and Excellence Magazine is the official media partner of this edition.
More than 100 events will take place this year, expected 350 exhibitors from 40 countries around the world who will present more than 5,000 pieces of jewelry inside historic palaces, schools, ateliers, showrooms, boutiques and goldsmith workshops in the city of Milan.
“I’m very happy to announce this new edition of Milano Jewelry Week. It is a very ambitious project that we have launched in 2019 that, with the passing of the years, is becoming more and more established among experts but also among fans of this sector. Our goal is to spread the culture of jewelry in all its nuances and to accompany brands and artists through a path of growth and evolution.” – these are the words of Enzo Carbone, creator of Milano Jewelry Week and CEO of Prodes Italia Group.
Numerous speeches during the official presentation of the project that involved Andrea Sangalli, President of the Associazione Orafa Lombarda; Daniele Oldani, Retailer Manager for A.N.T.I.C.O.; Laura Inghirami, Opinion Leader of the jewelry world and Founder Donna Jewel; Rossana Ricolfi, Coordinator, Referent and Technical Lecturer Scuola Orafa Galdus and Accademia IFTS and ITIS; Guido Solari, Founder and owner of Scuola Orafa Ambrosiana and Director of the Via Tortona 26 office; Irina Acampora, Representative of Gemma Europa; moderator Barbara Pedone, Project & Portfolio Manager Prodes Italia.
Group exhibitions, vernissages, presentations of exclusive collections, exhibition events, workshops, live performances, temporary shops, an awards evening and in-depth talks on the most current issues in the world of jewelry will allow visitors to discover the latest news in the industry, learn about international realities and enrich their know-how.
MJW also devotes great attention to young talent and, in collaboration with Scuola Galdus in the figure of Rossana Ricolfi, Coordinator, Referent and Technical Teacher Scuola Orafa Galdus, organizes the Talent Show: an event dedicated to all schools and academies that exhibit the jewelry of the students of the schools Algures Contemporary Jewellery School (Brazil), Assamblage (Romania), Casa Workshop (Mexico), Fondazione Arte Sacra Contemporanea ETS (Italy), For.Al (Italy), Galdus (Italy), IIS Caterina da Siena (Italy), Istituto Europeo di Design IED (Italy), MAB (Italy), Minoss Jewelry (South Korea), Scuola Orafa Ambrosiana (Italy).
The Jewelry HUB is the only Milanese and Italian event that gives collectors, buyers and enthusiasts the opportunity to meet the most innovative international manufacturers and designers of High & Fine Jewelry, Fashion, Design and Vintage. It takes place inside de la Pelota, a historic venue that blends the charm of Brera – “famous artists’ quarter” – with an exclusive avant-garde feel. The Jewelry Hub is a special and exclusive event where 50 brands from all over the world present their new creations that encapsulate stories and emotions as well as communicate the uniqueness and identity of each creator.
The ninth edition will take place in the splendid location of Palazzo Bovara located in Corso Venezia of Artistar Jewels where visitors will be able to admire more than 600 jewels created by 230 artists international. A special area will be dedicated to the masterpieces of Guests Alessio Boschi, Alex Wong and Wallis Hong. “Equilibrium of Powers”, the dress installation by Alicia Stanksa, will illuminate the entrance to the exhibition.
The full calendar of events for Milano Jewelry Week can be found at www.milanojewelryweek.com and will be published in a dedicated printed guide, copies of which will be distributed at focal points of the city of Milan.