Pasquale Bruni and Casato at the exhibition “Hello, Italy!”

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Pasquale Bruni and Casato at the exhibition “Hello, Italy!”
The exhibition that will be held from 3 to 8 October, combined Pasquale Bruni and Casato jewelry, Maserati cars and legendary Tod’s shoes.
Fine decorations Pasquale Bruni and Casato, the first crossover from the manufacturer of Italian sports cars Maserati Levante, accessories Tod’s, who are invited from Italy, can decorate with their own initials, – all this can be seen at the exhibition “Hello, Italy!”, Which opened on October 2 in the Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”. The exhibition is held with the support of TsUM and last until October 8.
An iconic event at the opening ceremony was a solemn awarding of the laureates of the Moscow International Cultural Exhibition “Hello, Italy!”, Among the director Nikita Mikhalkov, art historian Irina Antonova, Balletmaster Vladimir Vasilyev, producer Andrea Andermann and many other cultural figures of Russia and Italy. The actress Ornella Muti was noted a special nomination. Konstantin Khabensky became the first rewarded laureate of the exhibition, due to the impossibility of his presence on the day of the ceremony award, the actor was awarded on September 14 on the stage of the MHT Theater. A. P. Chekhov.
Among the guests of the exhibition were noticed by Vladimir Pozner, Elena Starostina, Emmanuel Vitorgan, Larisa Verbickskaya, Svetlana Zeynalova, Lyubov Kazarnovskaya, Ekaterina Vulichenko, Elena Zakharov, Natalia Khorokhorina, Natalia Belokhvostikova and Vladimir Naumov and many others.
The jewelry partners of the exhibitions presented their new decoration collections in the pavilion designed specifically for the exhibition. The exhibition presents the popularity of the Casato decorations collection, such as Hold Me Tight, Yasmeen, as well as the new Back to Origin and Forget Me Not, first shown in the international jewelry exhibition in Basel 2016.
At the exhibition “Hello, Italy!” Pasquale Bruni presents jewelry from the Bon Ton icon, exquisite products from the Sissi collection, named after the Empress of Austria-Hungary, as well as jewelry creations from the new Petite Garden collections and Giardini Segreti, which were first shown in Basel.

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