Tzvika Janover: “Before cost, the piece should be perfect in our eyes”
FORMS is one of the most popular young high jewellery brands. TEFAF invited them for the exhibition in Maastricht that was in March. New techniques, new materials, a fierce combination of ideas - Lostinjewels decided to talk to the person
Emmanuel Tarpin: “I’ll never feel frustrated if I can express myself”
Lostinjewels continues the series of interviews about the jewellery world and the market - the moment of it, right now, as we see it through the eyes of its players. This time I, Olga Zakharova Kaetano, talked to the jewellery
Luz Camino: Out of jewellery trends to the own path
December 2022 - the last month of the very difficult year - brought quite a discovery to everyone who follows the jewellery news. Luz Camino showed a new collection at Bergdorf Goodman in New York. Soon her book will be
Art and fairy tales of Sofia Gongli
An interview with Sofia Gongliashvili, a Georgian jewellery and knitwear designer, whose work are difficult to call other than wearable art.
Anna Hoffman: “Modern world lacks beauty”
Anna Hoffman’s jewellery is very eclectic and cinematic to the point when you can't say for sure you watch at improvisation or actual historical restoration. We talked to the designer about that generosity in her stylisations and philosophy behind it.
Behind The Scenes. In conversation with Giovanni Corvaja
Giovanni Corvaja is an Italian artist from the northern city of Padua. Fascinated by the unique properties of gold he has dedicated his experimentations and research to this material, creating objects from the ultra-thin gold wire. The artist draws the
In conversation with Laura Volpi
I met with Laura in her workshop in Milan. Wax blanks, silver jewelry elements, colored stones and new project sketches were all laying out on her table. She was preparing for the Inhorgenta exhibition in Munich, in which she has