BRANDS February 19th, 2021

ROSAMUNDA

 

Rosamunda was born in Rimini in 1992, initially as a collection of small jewelry and bijoux, distinguished by totally handmade materials and manufacturing. Some of its features are the tireless research and heeding, the passion for experimenting with antique and new processing techniques and the “retro avant-garde” style, which goes beyond trends imposed by the market. Rosamunda creations are all Made in Italy. Rosamunda history started with a home laboratory. The first products (the strongly original hair accessories) immediately attracted customers’ attention, and then production extended to the world of bijoux. Shortly afterwards the brand places itself among the best stores of the Country, especially in those stores paying attention to exclusive and innovative products. Landing abroad was something natural at that point, catching the attention of professionals, especially of Japanese ones, during  the most important fairs in Milan and in Paris. Rosamunda's must-haves (aged strass, vintage pearls and polished cloths, assembled with Italian taste and mastery) are now available in the best international showcases, from Le Bon Marché to Lane Crawford, Selfridges, Daimaru Tokyo, La Rinascente, etc. The product range is evolving rapidly, distinguishing once again from competitors’ offer to give life to a unique total look: alongside  jewellery (which is developed in dozens of different lines) there are hats, tricot scarves, bags and versatile clothing. Recently, footwear has been added to the collections and is now a key part of the collections.  An eau de parfum line has been created too, made up of six fragrances with bouquets that reflect Rosamunda identity style. Over the years, two other brands were born: Rosamunda in Blu, oriented to a male and unisex world, and A Me Mi, aimed at a young audience, looking for fresh and original garments. The ability to anticipate trends has led the brand to collaborate with prestigious maisons such as Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti and many others. 

 

Website rosamunda.it
Instagram @rosamunda.it
Facebook rosamundaworld
Contact info@rosamunda.it

 

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