MM Monili Milano®, a new idea of jewelry
Inspired by the fashionable and practical dual soul of the Italian fashion capital, the new brand of customizable and transformable bijoux debuts with a collection of glass chains
The MM Monili Milano brand was born in 2020 with the aim of proposing a new idea of transformable bijoux, capable of combining versatility, craftsmanship and aesthetic sensitivity.
The original intuition of Mariarita Rosa, a communication professional for thirty years in the fashion and design sector, in a team with two other professionals in the fashion world, the stylist Mirella Musumeci and the art director Sabrina Tajé, comes from a personal need. Great lovers of glasses, over the years they have lost them several times. Thus the idea of presenting on the marke, chains for glasses inspired by the "Milanese attitude" takes place, fashionable but practical, which combine style and quality with multifunctionality and that can be also transformed into refined necklaces.
MM Monili Milano wants to meet the needs of a society that, despite leading a hectic lifestyle, with little time available to change its look throughout the day, does not give up on having a touch of personal style, suitable for any occasion. . The concept of transformation is the basis of the product, allowing you to change your look with a simple gesture.
The collection of necklaces, entirely made in Italy, which can be transformed into glass chains - both for her and for him - ranges from basic and cheerful models to more constructed and refined ones and revolutionizes an object of great daily use.
Only for her, instead, the necklaces turn into belts or into chains to hang the glasses that become bracelets or charms to be attached to the handbag or the loop of the jeans.
Handcrafted with details of pearls, crystals and semi-precious stones, all the jewels that make up the collection are in hypoallergenic metal plated with 24 karat gold, 18K rose gold and silver.
The first MM Monili Milano collection will debut in autumn 2020 on the website www.monilimilano.com