12 March 2018

The necklaces of Roger Vivier's new artistic director, Gherardo Felloni

Artistic coordinator of Miu Miu accessories since 2014, the Italian designer has now taken over from Bruno Frisoni. He is a keen collector of 18th and 19th century antique jewelry sets, generally unearthed at the Gioielleria Pennisi, in Milan. His particular quirk is that he keeps his rings, earrings and bracelets locked away, but wears the necklaces over masculine sky-blue checked or pinstripe shirts.

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