The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+

The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+

The Jewellery TrendBook, now in its 18th edition, is an international reference point for the jewellery goldsmith world.

The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+

The Jewellery TrendBook, now in its 18th edition, is an international reference point for the jewellery goldsmith world.

During the September edition of Vicenzaoro 2019, on September 8th, The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+ has been launched by a unique panel of top influencers, designers, trend experts and journalists who joined Paola De Luca, Founder and Creative Director of Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting. They discussed of new trends, of cultural phenomena of our age and of the style directions that will guide jewellery production in the coming years. The Jewellery TrendBook, now in its 18th edition, is an international reference point for the jewellery goldsmith world. Divided by thematic areas (jewellery, watches and diamonds), it describes the evolution of consumption in the luxury market and takes a careful look at the emerging phenomena that condition the evolution of society, reflecting on purchasing behavior.

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Camp Culture, Digital Influencers, Art and Design, Extreme Craftsmanship. Read about the focus on new Emerging Phenomena and the insights given by The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+ contributors.

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The new The Jewellery TrendBook 2021+ gives directions on Jewellery, Watches and Bridal. In the Panorama section we discover tendencies, trends and indications of the creativity at play, one that will be articulated strongly and reinforced in seasons to come.

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Artivism, Ancient Wisdom, The Tale of Tales, Digital Dharma: a world of trends and inspirations opens up for us to discover – movements that lead changes and have repercussions also on the jewellery, goldsmith and fashion sectors.

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