We have known Anmi, the jewellery designer, for about twenty years or more. Usually, we met up in Paris during the accessory exhibitions where he showed his new collections every season. Known for his creativity and unique designs, Anmi had a certain following of international buyers. Specifically, Japanese retailers loved his jewels.
About Anmi jewellery line
Born in Italy, Antonio Miranda graduated as an architect in Naples and, soon after, as a designer in Paris. There, he worked as a jewellery freelance designer for several brands such as Givenchy, Kenzo, Balmain, Lecoanet-Hemant, Jacques Fath, Fendi, and others. While in Italy, he has done collaborations with haute-couture brands as Sarli and Balestra.
In 2011, he launched his own jewellery label called ANMI – a mix between French “esprit” and the Italian “know-how”. His pieces have always been very imaginative and meticulously elaborated.
The fashion field has changed a lot since then. And the new direction has not been so positive. The request for novelties became incessant. Moreover, in order to match the necessity expressed by international clients, the price range was supposed to lower down. The hypothetical need was more about competing with Chinese manufacturing rather than understanding the value of creativity and skilled artisanality.
About two years ago, in December 2019, aiming to give a new meaning to our work, together, we decided to focus on the new concepts that had to become crucial in our field.
Fashion had to change, so we launched our capsule collaboration: @anmi.collections X suite123
recycle – reuse – rethink archive items reassembled to create timeless pieces for a zero-waste, eco-conscious jewellery collection. A sustainable jewellery capsule made to inspire a modern and conscious lifestyle #formodernhumans
Also, we believe it is relevant to connect with people who have the same vision. Who share the same ethical and respectful approach in order to support each other.