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Bon & Zai’s contemporary cashmere; interviewing the woman behind Bulgari’s exhibition


January 26, 2011/8.50

Bon & Zai
Bon & Zai

Bon & Zai has entered the Swiss market after reporting success in the French Alps and London. The contemporary cashmere label, founded by Nancy Cravero and Isabel Morillo last autumn, will sell to Swiss and European customers online at
   Cravero and Morillo have backgrounds in finance and fashion, and collaborate on all the designs in their range.
   The dragon sweater (pictured above) has a subdued colour palette. The signature, the designers say, is ‘taking unique accents while respecting the noble nature inherent to cashmere.’
   Meanwhile, on the main part of the Lucire site, there have been some very special additions. US west coast editor Elyse Glickman has ventured back to San Francisco, one of our favourite US cities, for a peek at the food and drink, while Paris editor Lola Saab interviews the woman, Amanda Triossi, behind the recently concluded Bulgari exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris.
   Our two-(web) page feature (that alone tells you it’s a biggie) on Bulgari has images from the exhibition’s celebrity opening night as well as close-ups of some of the exquisite jewellery exhibited.

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