Born in Milan and raised in the fashion world since childhood, it would be logical that Bea Bongiasca has breathed creativity for years. She herself in the first person to create something and that something is her playful jewelry, a bit pop, a bit sculpture.
She studied at the London Saint Martins and decided to address her carrier to the jewel fashion after graduated to Jewelry Design.
Thanks to her work and passion, at the 2015 Bea Bongiasca won the Anagramma Foundation awards “Premio Giovani Imprese – Believing in the Future” dedicated to young Italian companies in the cultural and creative industries.
She is a travel lover and every trip is a well of inspiration for her creativity. Overall the oriental countries like Japan and Korea inspired her. Indeed from her first collection “No rice, No life”, presented at 2014 at Corso Como 10, the popular Milan concept store, represented a blend of Eastern culture and Western symbols; “My European sensitivity is mixed with the strong passion I have always had for Asian aesthetics.” she said.
Even the new collection called “Floricultural” is inspired by the secret language of Japanese flowers. Earrings, necklaces and rings, bracelets and twins for him are made in Italy, handmade in silver and play with unusual stylistic shapes such as the triple ring or “earrings” earrings.
Every piece is a small fantasy world that allows anyone who is wearing it to immerse themselves completely in it. In addition, observing carefully, it is possible to understand that the motifs embedded within the jewels have symbolic meanings that express social reflections.
In September 2016 he presented the new “A Golden Lesson” collection and the launch of e-commerce. Bea Bongiasca’s challenge is to make her way of making jewelry more and more present in the international concept stores. “I would like to convey the importance and uniqueness of an ever more creative and contemporary approach to the jewelry world.”
Now his creations are exclusively for sale at Yoox and enter Forbes rankings in under 30 years.
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Bea Bongiasca website: www.beabongiasca.com