The collection of Brazilian designer Lethicia Bronstein for Brumani ♦ ︎
In addition to the jewelry that has colored gems as protagonists, Brumani has a particular sensitivity for what happens in Brazil, for its history, costume, fashion. This is precisely why the Maison of San Paolo has created a collection entrusted to the creativity of Brazilian fashion designer Lethicia Bronstein, the her first collection of jewelry. The collection is called Laces and plays whit on gold and stones made using the lightness of lace. The collection includes rings, earrings, pendants and bracelets in three different versions: rose gold with diamonds and champagne, white gold with diamonds and sapphire blue and white gold with diamonds and pearls.
Grandchildren of Italian and German immigrants arrived in Brazil in the mid-twentieth century, brothers Brüner, Eduardo, Emerson and Rodrigo Brüner, have inherited the family tradition of jewelry, which lasts half a century. The Brumani brand, however, was born in 2005, with a combination of Italian creativity and German precision, to which is added the Brazilian liveliness. Rudy Serra
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