Pomellato unveıled ıts new Hıgh Jewelry Collectıon, ‘The Dualısm of Mılan’ 

Pomellato has released a new high jewelry collection, titled “The Dualism of Milan,” where creative director Vincenzo Castaldo expresses the paradox of the city’s austere urban essence with its abundantly creative soul, explains the brand. It is split into two chapters, “Milan’s Monochromatic Treasures,” which has 23 pieces, and “Milanese Color Prism” with 28 pieces.

“First and foremost, I wanted to convey the spirit of the city, a mix of rationalist architecture, skyscrapers with their sinuous lines, the nighttime atmosphere of the shopping arcades,” said Castaldo.

“Then I wanted to illustrate this ability that Milan has always had to focus on color in every creation, such as the work of Gio Ponti or the Memphis Group.”

Milan’s Monochromatic Treasures has a refined aesthetic with discreet details and a subtle use of color.

As a homage to the star mosaics in Milan’s planetarium, Castaldo created the “Cielo Stellato” necklace. It uses gray sapphires, gray spinels, and blue spinels to create a star at the focal point of the chain.

The second chapter, “Milanese Color Prism,” contrasts the first with organic cuts and unexpected color combinations. The choice of fuchsia spinels, blue tanzanites, and green tourmalines are meant to create pieces that radiate pure chromatic joy, said the brand.

The “Spinelli Di Fuoco” plastron necklace truly highlights the variety of hues used in this Milanese chapter. The red, pink, purple, violet, gray, orange, amber, and scarlet spinel cabochons move fluidly with the wearer as they each sit in a uniquely designed closed or prong setting.