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 Marco Bicego Debuts Legàmi Collection 

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(PRESS RELEASE) Luxury jewelry designer Marco Bicego, known for his striking and elegant pieces that combine old world Italian hand craftsmanship with contemporary vision, announces the Legàmi Collection. The new product line is inspired by a 1980s-era chain originally designed by Marco’s father, Giuseppe, and joins the brand’s collection of versatile 18 karat gold jewelry meant for the every day. 

“Legàmi,” also understood as “bond,” was chosen as the collection’s name to represent the strong link Marco has with his father and the Vicenzan hills Marco lives, draws and creates in. The collection features a bold, beautifully shaped link that is a modern evolution of a more elaborate rounded version originally created by Giuseppe more than 35 years ago. 

The reinterpreted silhouette has a mid-century modern feel that is clean and contemporary, finished with Marco’s signature hand-engraved ‘Bulino’ technique that exquisitely texturizes each piece. The organic, soft shaped design is presented across an assortment of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings in three different gauges that can be layered and mixed for an iconic Marco Bicego look that is strong yet elegant. 

The highlight of the collection is a convertible necklace with a detachable bracelet and pave diamond clasp, which can be worn six different ways, making it ideal for traveling. The medium gauge piece can be worn as a 36” or 27” single strand necklace or adjusted into a lariat, two-strand bib, folded bib, or multi-strand bracelet. It retails for $21,040. 

The Legàmi Collection will be available starting October 1, 2018 exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue, with pricing beginning at $1,280. 

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