— Palladio Awards —
Fiera di Vicenza has announced the 5th year of the awards dedicated to excellence in international jewellery, considered in its different areas of design, production, distribution, retail and communication. The awards are an important date for those who believe in the quality and value of culture, and further confirmation of Vicenza’s central nature as the world’s jewellery capital, with Fiera di Vicenza as a platform for knowledge and innovation in the jewellery industry.
The awards are a point of reference for the premium jewellery sector and a means to create synergies and systems among the leading lights of the international jewellery industry.
1 - THE BEST ITALIAN JEWELLERY DESIGNER
For the work of a professional Italian jewellery designer, recognised at international level, with acknowledged personal production over several years.
2 - THE BEST INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY DESIGNER
For the work of a professional international jewellery designer, recognised at international level, with acknowledged personal production over several years.
3 - THE BEST ITALIAN JEWELLERY BRAND COLLECTION
4 - THE BEST INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY BRAND COLLECTION
5 - THE BEST JEWELLERY FLAGSHIP STORE
For the best single brand jewellery store, able to represent brand identity and values and at the same time the principles of research into new consumption and consumer scenarios.
6 - THE BEST JEWELLERY COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN
For the best communication campaign, able to represent the identity, placement and values of the company as much as the new selling and communications scenarios in the panorama of luxury segment advertising.
7 - THE BEST JEWELLERY COMMUNICATION NEW MEDIA
For the best communication campaign using new web-based communications channels, able to represent the identity, placement and values of the company as much as the new consumers and the selling and communications scenarios on web 2.0.
8 - JEWELLERY CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AWARD
For the best jewellery company implementing production processes to follow responsible practices from an ethical, social and environmental viewpoint, respecting human rights, from the extraction of precious materials to the sale of finished products.
The jury panel is comprised of:
• SILVANA ANNICHIARICO, Triennial Director, Design Museum
• ALBA CAPPELLIERI, Jewellery Design professor, Milan Polytechnic
• FRANCO COLOGNI, President of Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte
• CLARE PHILLIPS, Curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum