News . January 18, 2022

Founded by the DAMIANI Group in the goldsmith district of Valenza, the high-end SALVINI brand celebrates “Italian Contemporary Jewelry” through captivating elegant collections that draw inspiration from the personality, character and emotions of contemporary men and women.

With a constantly growing brand awareness, a prestigious flagship Boutique in Milan’s luxury shopping street, Via Montenapoleone, and a network of over 400 multi-brand retailers, the brand’s strategic growth plan includes strengthening distribution both at a national and international level.

To this end, Salvini has recently opened a second Boutique in China, in a Joint Venture with the Fosun Group, at Shanghai’s Century Link Mall, one of the most innovative and exclusive shopping centres in the region and a favourite luxury shopping destination. This inauguration follows in the wake of another opening, just a few weeks ago, at Shanghai’s The Bund Finance Centre.

In line with its strategic growth plan, SALVINI has also recently joined the prestigious gamut of brands distributed at Milan’s and Florence’s Rinascente department stores, two venues with a strong international customer base. Moreover, the brand has just opened a point of sale at Fondaco dei Tedeschi in Venice, a prestigious commercial space managed by the LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton) Group, where international fashion, art and design enthusiasts can find all the most important luxury brands (including Venini).

Finally, SALVINI recently inaugurated its first Boutique in Korea, at the luxury Lotte Department Stores in Seoul, a shop-in-shop at the Manor Department Stores in Lugano, and several corners at Liverpool, one of Mexico’s largest Department Stores.

Enthusiasts can browse through the brand’s iconic collections in these shops, such as #SalviniISegni#SalviniMagia and #SalviniBattito. These acclaimed jewelry must-haves are increasingly popular among international consumers for their iconic design, contemporary style, precious materials, and their quality-price ratio.