The Lady Blog at the Inhorgenta in Munich

On the weekend I was once again able to pay a visit to the beautiful Bavarian capital.The Inhorgenta – one of the largest European jewelery fairs – had invited.Together with some other bloggers, I went on an exhibition space with more than 70,000 square meters in search of the most beautiful and elegant jewelery trends.

The trade fair for jewelery and watches Inhorgenta took place on the weekend for the 40th time and therefore invited some national and international bloggers to a small event.I was especially happy to meet the dear Olga of La Petite Olga .Together with Liese von Zeitgeschmack we strolled through the seven halls and marveled at the immense pearls, diamonds and precious stones.In addition to some lectures such as “Perlen update” by Prof. Dr.Henry Hänni from Basel, we had the opportunity to visit a coral exhibition by Enzo Liverino and even buy some jewelery.

I was particularly attracted to stands by traditional companies like Junghans and the rather unknown labels.A small selection of my discoveries I would like to introduce to you today.The biggest trend I could make: Bracelets and chains of pearls or coral strings are intertwined several times or combined with other materials.Rings are also worn on one finger.Many collections are already designed in such a way that the individual parts can be mixed.In color, like pastel and oceano tones, we are expecting pastel and ocean tones.

We stayed in one of the most beautiful hotels in Munich: the Bavarian court. Not only the comfortable bed, the huge tub and the view were great. On Sunday morning a wonderful breakfast awaited me – this you can, dear ladies, by the way also use, if you do not live in the hotel.

Amulets made of corals have been used in ancient times and should protect against diseases, lightning and mishandling. In the post-medieval period, especially coral reefs were popular. In the exhibition of Enzo Liverino, we were able to marvel at 500-year-old specimens from his private museum in Naples. The Italian jeweler family has been collecting coral jewelry for 100 years. By the way, stone coral and coral are, in my opinion, one of the big trend materials of the next season.

Les Néréides is an enchanting French label with figurative jewelery. Beside sweet bracelets with kitten or flower meadow you can find here for example a hair hoop with bee with honeycomb or a gold chain with a French love couple and – of course – the Eifelturm. Très bien!

The Italian jewelry company Nomination , which is known for its personalized wristbands, is launching the tender “Bon Bon” bracelets with golden letters.

Gianfranco Bigli is Belgian jewelery by designers Laurence Aerens and Thierry Spitaels. The two have been producing colorful, elegant and modern jewels since 1997, which are also suitable for everyday life. The rings, pendants and earrings are made by selected craftsmen and can be combined with each other. I especially like the mini sweety rings, which can be worn individually or one above the other. They consist of silver or 18 carat gold as well as quartz in bright green and delicate green, dark purple and lilac, light or dark rosé, blue gray and royal blue.

The charms of ALRAUNE are perhaps an alternative to Thomas Sabo. I particularly like the Wiesn collection and the maritime series with sailboat, lighthouse, beach basket or rescue ring.

At the German company Beka & Bell, you will get leather arm bands combined with extraordinary materials and a beautiful story: the grandfather of Rebecca (Beka) and Annabell (Bell) has been producing ribbons for the big watch brands since 1953 in his saddlery. The two girls loved to play there and watch him. Today, the entrepreneurs have created their own label and create magical jewelry in handwork – often decorated with a small butterfly. I especially liked the Puschelarmbänder.

The Italian label Ti Sento – translated “I feel you” – brings to the stores on the occasion of its 10th anniversary the Portofino collection. The jewelery is inspired by ” La Dolce Vita”, the beautiful landscapes and the Mediterranean climate of the luxurious, famous seaside resort. The rings and bracelets in emerald green and fuchsiapine, but also pastel pastel, pastel turquoise and peach can be combined and put on top of each other.

The jewelry of the Greek company GREGIO is very exciting. The collections with names like lithos or apopsis combine traditional silver and goldsmithing with current trends and are produced exclusively in Greece. The jewelery is inspired by the landscape, history and religion of the home country.

If you follow the Lady-Blog carefully, then you already know the Perlendesignerin Yana Nesper . The symphatic Ukrainian shows with her collection once again, how casually elegant beads can be worn. Their bracelets, coral necklaces and earrings are classic, but they never look stiff and look great in jeans. I like the flower earrings with small diamonds from the Indian Summer collection.

Thanks for the nice conversation Mrs. Nesper!

In one of the seven halls jewelery could be purchased at the purchasing price. I did not miss the opportunity and so two pairs of classic pearl earrings were allowed to drive these two wonderful rings with me home. The left variant I will probably only wear to the evening dress, the right rings is however quite everyday. Which of the featured designers do you like best?

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