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A collection ispired to the moon as a magnetic and mysterious elements and tells the story of a beautiful princes with endless magical power, all the jewels belongs to her tresure. The metal is blackended bronze and it was handmade worked to remember the moon rough surface. The choose to work with bronze metal because is a changing metal, is an alive metal that change colour if you wears it often or not. The collection is realized with rough crystal rock and crystal amethyst for two reasons: the first one is, of course, because i want to use with stone that can remember the moon surface but mostly because every voodoo jewel is realized with what you can find in nature, how you can find in nature, so in his natural state.
About the Designer
livia is based in Rome, Italy. She studied at European Instutute of Design and graduated in 2009. Her collections are produced in Italy.
A young lady with an androgynous appearance. Very determined with a true creative passion for jewellery: this has led to her experiments and subsequently the creation of seductive faux-bijoux with tough, wild and rebellious characteristics.
She lives between Rome, London and Paris in her continuous quest for new material and new inspiration. Her collections are a blend of tribal atmospheres, pirate tales, a fascination for shamanic rituals and a Gothic mood.
She began her training by graduating in Jewellery Design at the IED (European Institute of Design) with top grades.
She furthered her education while attending the IED through many professional experiences such as a workshop on the premises of a Saint-Germain-des-Prés boutique belonging to the Korean designer Kim Bernardin.
She attended many courses at the Central Saint-Martins College of Art & Design in London, including “Intermediate Jewellery-Making” and “Design and Illustration for Jewellery” conducted by the established British designer named Hannah Martin. Livia Lazzari has recently concluded a workshop with “Nanis, Fine Italian Jewels” as a jewellery designer. At the close of this experience, she decided to concentrate all her efforts on her own trademark.