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From study­ing ge­ol­ogy and gem­mol­ogy at the Univer­sity of Rome, to work­ing in the cre­ative de­part­ments of Cartier and Bvl­gari, and later cre­at­ing jew­els un­der his own name­sake brand, Fabio Salini’s driv­ing force has al­ways been jew­ellery.

Hav­ing show­cased his fine jew­ellery cre­ations at prom­i­nent gal­leries such as FD gallery in New York, Pe­tochi in Rome, and also at In­ter­na­tional art and jew­ellery fairs, Fabio is an au­thor­ity in jew­ellery. When asked about his de­sign strat­egy, he says: “I am an anti-brand, my choice of be­ing in­de­pen­dent is re­flected in my creativ­ity, which is ab­so­lutely ver­sa­tile.”

Fabio’s artis­tic ap­proach to de­sign re­volves around beau­ti­ful gem­stones and his un­con­ven­tional com­bi­na­tions, con­trasts, and jux­ta­po­si­tions, ex­press­ing his de­sire to in­no­vate and build a bridge be­tween tra­di­tion and fu­tur­ism.

One of the most notable ma­te­ri­als used in his jew­ellery is the car­bon fi­bre, adding a new di­men­sion to the world of fine jew­ellery. As Fabio states, “Through my cre­ations, I would like jew­ellery to be con­sid­ered an ex­pres­sion of con­tem­po­rary art.” This is prob­a­bly among the rea­sons for his global pop­u­lar­ity among the elite.

“The most im­por­tant re­ward for me is to see my cre­ations on so­phis­ti­cated and dif­fi­cult-tore­ach clients, who chose to wear my jew­ellery over those from other im­por­tant Maisons or de­sign­ers.”

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.fabios­alini.it.

Galuchat neck­lace with a de­tach­able clip

Amethyst ear­rings

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