From architect to Jewelry Designer
Today, I imagine, transform, I create sculpture, jewelry, and I collaborate with designers and brands in the fashion world.
I set bronze against gold.
Its luster, to the elegant imperfection of oxidation.
I create the form of aesthetics, surpassing the classical artistic standards.
I realize the perfection of elegance with character.
I allow the woman to merge with the material, creating a new aesthetic symbiosis.
Evolution of the form
This year marks the beginning of this new adventure. My first appearance at Fashion Week upon the invitation by the ente fiera WHITE SHOW. My brand was then called IRON: i.e. my surname written backwards.
The first fashion show in Milan. It was just the beginning of my own business. After attending the fairs in Milan I took part in this fashion show with other emerging brands. The beginning of a beautiful and long work experience.
An important year because the brand is transformed into MIRIAMNORI. I want to put my face on it and focus on the “Made in Italy” concept and the craftsmanship of my work. We also begin to work on the new website. The shooting is done in Terni in a big old iron dump.
In this year we have several studio and outdoor shootings. With great commitment I also realize a video promotion shot in the magnificent theater of Amelia. The theater, after all, is one of the reasons I came to do this job.
Fairs in Italy and abroad continue. This is the year of the shooting with a staff and an all Milanese location. The BASE in Via Tortona, the nerve centre of the fashion world.
New models interpret the brand.
Nothing can take us down!
Starting again with a smile!
The bond with the territory is a very important aspect for Miriam’s work.
Her art comes to life in Umbria, a region of historical and artistic value among the most important in the world.
Her laboratory is part of an innovative Campus, where you “breathe” the avant-guarde character, feeding new creative visions into the elaboration of the new bronze jewelry collections.
It’s energetically independent, to emphasize the artist’s close link with nature, materials, life.