Celebrating the Milanese house of Pomellato’s fiftieth anniversary, this book explores its signature vibrant jewels through the lens of 1967, the year of its founding.
The Italian house of Pomellato’s jewelry merges Italian craftsmanship with audacious design. Celebrating the house’s fiftieth anniversary, this book delves into the links between Pomellato’s jewels and the highlights of 1967—the year of the firm’s founding—and beyond. Through iconic images captured by Horst P. Horst, Helmut Newton, Peter Lindbergh, and more, Pomellato: Since 1967 relates the cultural, technological, and artistic revolutions of the 1960s and onward.
From the Vespa to the Summer of Love, from Andy Warhol to Twiggy, this book confronts the great cultural moments of the 1960s with stunning shots of Pomellato’s fine jewelry. Emblematic pop art creations, comic designs, and kaleidoscopic prints echo Pomellato’s hallmark rounded, colorful jewels in playful compositions throughout this breathtaking title.
About The Author
Sheila Weller is an author and contributor to Vanity Fair, the New York Times Book Review, and Glamour. She has written for many magazines, winning numerous awards for her articles.