Gala Rotelli’s new jewels, inspired by light and the art world ♦ ︎
Gala Rotelli, a young designer from Milan, with a passion for architecture, painting and jewelry, lights a light on her new collection. What is called, precisely, Lux Lucis, words that mean light lights in Latin. Understanding: jewels that shine, that send flashes, that attract glances. But also, for the designer, a more introspective meaning: “The light hidden inside each of us, that little flame that allows us to dream every night before closing our eyes”.
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The collection is in 925 rhodium silver and 24 carat gold plated bronze. And, as always, it is also inspired by the world of art and design, from Van Gogh to Magritte: details of works by the great painters who turn into jewels: “Light has always interested me because of its ability to change in relation to the materials he meets. It reflects on mirrored materials such as metal, is refracted with glass. Furthermore, my father is an artist and he often creates light installations so in a certain sense he has always been in my DNA, but I like above all to think of light as an inner light, which each of us possesses and which
represents a dream, a talent, an idea ”, explains the designer, who decided to present the collection together with two other brands in the fashion world, Luce Studio and TPF Milan.
“For me design is, in every area, from jewelery to the product, to clothing,” explains Gala.