The new Evolution bracelets by Ziio are adjustable to adapt them to the wearer ♦ ︎
According to Charles Darwin, nature provides for slow modifications of plants or animals to improve their evolutionary capacity. In short, adapting to one’s environment or gaining more space is a common goal of all living beings. Now it is also that of certain jewels. This is the case, for example, of Ziio, a company from Lucca (Tuscany) founded in the early 1980s by designer Elisabeth Paradon. Ziio’s jewels are colorful, fun and exuberant like the birds of the Amazon forests.
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Like the colored plumage of birds, even Ziio’s jewels are created to draw attention to the wearer. With some evolutionary changes over time: like Evolution, a new bracelet with the silver cufflink that bears the brand’s signature, and that is adjustable, removable and able to change its length. In short, the evolution of the species does not mean abandoning its own identity, but only modifying it for the better.