NEW YORK, NY – 22 Mar, 2017 – Paolo Costagli is delighted to announce that the brand will be the corporate sponsor for LOOT: Mad about Jewelry in 2017. Recognized as one of the best jewelry designers in New York, the brand is proud to support an event dedicated to showcasing jewelry from a variety of up and coming designers from around the world.
Known by many as the ultimate pop-up shop for artist-made jewelry, LOOT is a celebration of everything that sparkles. At LOOT, jewelry fanatics and collectors are able to meet with some of the most incredible designers from around the globe and purchase their new products directly.
Running from 3rd to the 8th April 2017, LOOT will showcase a tremendous variety of different stunning jewelry collections, including pieces from Paolo Costagli. Presented by the Museum of Arts and Design, this exhibition is completely unique with over 50 other international jewelry creators attending.
LOOT is certain to have a broad collection of different types of jewelry on display this year. Some designer have even used natural forms as the subjects for the pieces that will be revealed. Paolo Costagli recognizes that LOOT is a unique opportunity for everyone who considers themselves to be part of the jewelry design industry.
LOOT Curator Bryna Pomp says: “The artists love relinquishing the relative isolation of their individual studios to discuss their jewelry with LOOT visitors and to meet their international colleagues.”
The Museum Of Arts And Design already showcases one of the brands most acclaimed pieces, a bracelet from the award winning Brillante® collection. To celebrate this, Paolo Costagli is proud to announce that a brand new sterling silver collection inspired by this piece will be unveiled at the 2017 LOOT Showcase. This stunning collection will be presented at the Artist Party on April the 2nd with the museum’s top supporters and jewelry designers from around the world in attendance.
As a special treat for those attending LOOT, the man behind the business that revolutionized artistic jewelry will be in attendance. Paolo Costagli will present one of the awards at the benefits dinner taking place on April 3rd. This is the perfect chance for jewelry collectors to see the man behind the stunning contemporary designs that they adore.
LOOT says Paolo Costagli has “unusual experience of formal studies combined with an applied knowledge formed a dynamic background, and Costagli has an understanding of the fine jewelry industry that is truly rare.”
Paolo Costagli has always shared a special relationship with the Museum of Arts and Design. The museum showcased his collection after they recognized how he expertly blurred the lines between art and jewelry in brilliant and innovative ways. For their part, Paolo Costagli have always been proud to know that a piece of their jewelry is on display in at such a prestigious museum. They hope it demonstrates to potential clients that their jewelry offers museum quality design and construction.
The partnership between the two companies was only natural. It’s well known that the supporters of the museum are typically clients of Paolo Costagli. Those who aren’t may well change their mind once they see the new collection that Paolo Costagli is revealing at LOOT next month.
LOOT state that: “The essence of the Paolo Costagli brand is to be as current as the woman who wears it. At its core is the creativity and technical expertise of its founder, Paolo Costagli.”
Paolo Costagli hopes that this is one of many partnerships between the two brands. The company recognizes the importance of exhibitions like LOOT to celebrate new designs in the jewelry industry and to showcase how jewelry is more than just an accessory. The right piece can be nothing short of a work of art. The company is proud to be the corporate sponsor of this exhibition and can not wait for work from all 54 artists to be unveiled.
About Paolo Costagli
Born in Florence in 1966, Paolo Costagli was brought up around the stunning architecture of Italy that many believe still inspire the aesthetic appearance of his jewelry. Upon gaining his Graduate Gemologist degree, Costagli traveled to New York to pursue a career in jewelry design. In 2000 Costagli opened his first atelier on Fifth Avenue and Fifty-Seventh Street. By 2008 Costagli designs were noticed by The Museum of Art And Design, at which point they asked to permanently display the now iconic Brillante bracelet.
Today Paolo Costagli has an international distribution including one in and Singapore. Most recently, the brand won the Gold Award at the Couture Show for an important Brillante necklace and the Indesign Award for a ring from his Capsule collection, Eternita.
Contact Person: Paolo Costagli
Phone: (212) 974-9360
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