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Officina Bernardi and Fred Segal Release 3-Piece Collection

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(Press Release) Craftsmanship, elegance and lightness are the elements embedded in the new Officina Bernardi x Fred Segal Collection.

Originally created in 2008 by the Venetian jewelry maker, three unique pieces – two bracelets and one ring – are redesigned today exclusively for the Los Angeles-based iconic fashion destination.INSTORE FredSegal

A piece from the Officina Bernardi x Fred Segal Collection.

In addition to symbolizing the passion for classic contemporary style, all jewels are masterpieces of the moon-cut technique, an expression of Officina Bernardi’s finest artistry that creates multifaceted silver beads with sparkling light reflections.

From the Molla (Italian for “Coil”) spiral-shaped ring and bracelet, to the silver beaded Moon bracelet, these carefully curated classics combine the allure of Italian jewelry heritage with an effortlessly wearable quality.

Made of fine rhodium-plated sterling silver, each piece is completed with a blue, red and white ceramic motif, a homage to Fred Segal’s signature colors.

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The Officina Bernardi x Fred Segal exclusive collection retails from $120 to $270.

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