Buccellati is a renowned high jewelry brand, admired for the craftsmanship and uniqueness of its creations, using rare stones in extraordinary colors, mixed with white and yellow gold, all beautifully carved like a lace. Buccellati jewelry is distinguished by its design and the techniques used to make it, such as the hand-engraving technique, which goes back to the ancient goldsmith traditions of the Italian “bottega” during the Renaissance. The shapes of the collections are inspired by the designs in the historical archive and the early creations of the founder, Mario Buccellati.
The Maison is today 100% owned by Richemont, but the Buccellati family is still present in the company in high-level managerial functions. Buccellati boutiques can be found in the most important cities and most prestigious shopping malls in the world.
The journey of the now classic Buccellati advertising campaign continues with an exceptional young international testimonial — Talita von Fürstenberg. A committed designer, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Talita lives between Los Angeles and New York. She is the daughter of Princes Alexandra and Alexander von Fürstenberg, as well as the granddaughter of the famous fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg.
A synthesis of ethereal beauty
Talita takes centre stage in these photo shoots in the sunny and enchanting city of Lecce. Amidst magnificent glimpses of Italian Baroque, photographer Josh Olins portrays the Maison's expression of timeless elegance through the eternal charm of black and white shots.
From Palazzo Bozzi Corso to the evocative Roman Theatre, amidst the numerous churches and intertwining honey-colored houses, Talita wears the precious creations by Buccellati, bringing a touch of contemporary charm in an enchanting, typically Italian atmosphere.
The charm of the city and the style of Buccellati's jewelry converge in a walk through the squares and characteristic hidden alleys, ending in the magical atmosphere of tradition and modernity of the Masseria Francescani, which fully represents the Maison's characteristic style.