Dada Arrigoni looks to the future without forgetting the past with the Duomo collection ♦
There are some people that do bizarre proposals and there are those who, on the contrary, don’t want forget the story. Their own story, but also that of your country. Dada Arrigoni, one of the most creative Italian designers, has chosen the second path: innovation does not mean abstruse. And here’s something really original, but at the same time related to tradition: the Duomo collection. Showed in VicenzaOr September, the Duomo collection was born in collaboration with Iranian artist Mahnaz Seyed Ekhtiary, in the design of a necklace-corset made of leather, white gold and diamonds for the Design Competition of the Lombardy Region. From there started the collection with necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings that recall the shapes of the biforees of the cathedral of Milan.
“Working with Mahnaz was a pleasure, knowing how he thought, his work as an artist and designer, to see the path that followed for a new creation. He gave me the desire to go further and create more than one necklace, to explore other ideas and so this collection was born,” explains Dada Arrigoni.