pirmdiena, 2008. gada 28. jūlijs
Ornella Muti, the famous actress of Italians, presents its in Riga of the first jewellery collections, in the Latvian society house. It the first collection, what gotes from ear-rings, rings, coulombs, is formed from precious metals and semiprecious stones, for example, silver, zirconium, also rubies, it is colourful, formed after principles of a linear composition.
First the goods designed by an actress ? bangles with a love subject "Free me, if you love me", what is written in Manipuri speech on a sateen ribbon, what closes up with two pieces of hands of iron covered by zirconium - were received as a gift celebrities and men of the highest community, in exclusive middays in festival of the Tribeca films time in April, on which was invited also Ornella Mouth.
O.Muti collection is a lucky person event people, which choose stylish businesses. It is formed from colourful stone in a silver frame and a few most exclusive designs in a limited amount accessible also from gold and jewels.
"I am disturbed for this the first collection. This is an age-old sleep, which ends has filled. I already in length of many years form jewellery of designs, and there is an enormous collection me, what is collected from all world. This line is colourful, linear and fashionable. Are so remarkable to create something glorious and valuable, what all women" can afford at the same time, O.Muti tells.
"I did not want a traditional shop also, and I like an idea, that collection is accessible all women in all world, simple visiting notice www.ornella-muti.com of house sheets. It is simple, fashionable and quickly. Due to a company KGC Group, have developed collection, which excellent and gone into detail represent my projects. Therefore I am very much satisfied with a result."
Ornella Muti jewellery collection is created, co-operating with an international company KGC. Actress in a visit the conception KGC Celebrities founder Fabrice Kerherve, which also in answers on the questions of enterprise participants, conducts on Riga.
otrdiena, 2008. gada 8. jūlijs
ORNELLA MUTI & FABRICE KERHERVÉ look forward to meeting you at RIGA on the 19th-20th-21th JULY 2008.
Ornella Muti will appear in Riga to present her very first Jewellery Collection. Fashionable, ethnic, sophisticated jewels, in the style of their creator.
Why jewels, you might ask?
"I want to make women happy. All women love jewels and I love perfection and things which are well made. I wanted to create beautiful, quality jewels at a reasonable price. It is important for every women who so desires to be able to have quality jewels but in a simple way. Wearing beautiful jewels gives self-confidence. I want to give women the power to believe in themselves and please themselves."
Ornella Muti has chosen to associate herself with Fabrice Kerhervé, founder of the KGC Celebrities concept, to promote her jewellery line. Discover all the facets of this concept at Riga.
The program includes: Fashion Show, Question/Answer Sessions with Ornella Muti and VIP Dinner!
“Free me if you love me” bracelet - Black silver version – Limited edition
- 925 silver, set with 74 stones
- Fabric bracelet with silver imprint. Adjustable length.
- The 1st piece of jewellery by Ornella Muti.
Ornella Muti (Francesca Romana Rivelli) was born in Rome on 9 March 1955. Her father was a Neapolitan journalist and her mother an Estonian sculptress. She has three children, Naike, Andrea and Carolina who live with her. Today, she has under her belt a hundred or so films and dozens of series made throughout the world. Amongst the many awards that she has received, are the “Nastri d’Argento” in 1988 and in 1989 and the “Grolla d’Oro”, the crowning achievement of her career in 1998.
In Italy, she made her debut in cinema at just 14 years of age. Damiano Damiani made her the heroine of his film “La moglie più bella”. A year later, in 1971, she starred in several films made in Italy (“Il sole nella pelle” and “Un posto ideale per uccidere” by Umberto Lenzi) and in Spain (“Un solo grande amore” and “Experiencia prematrimonial”(“Esperienze prematrimoniali”)).
In 1974, Ornella Muti got her first big hit with “Come Home and Meet my Wife” (“Romanzo Popolare”) by Mario Monicelli. Alongside Ugo Tognazzi, who played the Milanese labourer Basletti, she played an unforgettable “Vincenzina”. Other masterpieces followed: “Pure as a Lily” (“Come una rosa al naso”) by Franco Rossi; “The Bishop’s Bedroom” (“La stanza del vescovo”) and “First Love” (“Primo amore”), both by Dino Risi, then “The Last Woman” (“L'ultima donna”) by Marco Ferreri, in 1976, with Gérard Depardieu. In 1978, “The New Monsters“ (“I nuovi mostri”) by Monicelli-Risi-Scola, was selected from the Best Foreign Film category at the Oscars.
With Ferreri, she also made “Tales of Ordinary Madness” (“Storie di ordinaria follia”) in 1981, and “The Future is Woman” (“Il futuro è donna”) in 1984. The same year, she played the role of Odette, the impossible love interest in Proust’s “Swann in Love” (“Un amour de Swann”) by Volker Schlondorff where she played opposite Jeremy Irons, Fanny Ardant and Alain Delon. These films made her an icon of transalpine cinema abroad, in the U.S. and above all in France. She is unforgettable in the role of the flamboyant and treacherous Princess Aura in “Flash Gordon” by Mike Hodges, included in the list of 100 films to be saved in the U.S. Without forgetting the Italian-style comedies with Adriano Celentano (“The Taming of the Scoundrel” (“Il bisbetico domato”), “Madly in Love” (“Innamorato pazzo”)), Renato Pozzetto (“Nobody’s Perfect” (“Nessuno è perfetto”) and “Rich and Poor” (“Un povero ricco”).