With a first name that means winner, Fawaz Gruosi never stops reinventing his own style. Having become a reference in the world of jewellery with a distinctive imprint, he inaugurates a new boutique in London, for which he creates a line of jewellery that, this time, will bear his name.
Admiring his jewels, one is spoiled for choice: talent, audacity, taste, simplicity… reflecting an exceptional personality. With his winning aura, Fawaz Gruosi is the hero of a new challenge that will certainly be followed by a brilliant success.
Flashback… In 1993, he achieves a revolution in the world of jewellery. For this man, who has been a pioneer and a precursor since his beginnings with the black diamond, creation does not rhyme with caution. After the black diamond, there was Icy diamond, burnished or blackened gold, shagreen… And the successes follow one another.
Over the years, this visionary never ceases to offer luxury its most beautiful creations. This master of design knows the art of expressing himself through a particular spirit. Passionately creative and daring, he sets the rules, takes up all challenges, does not follow trends, but simply creates them. A hard worker whose uncompromising standards are set in the service of excellence, each of the jewels he creates immediately arouses passions. His asset? From his imagination hemmed with magic, breathtaking works of art are born. An overflowing imagination, thanks to which he reinvents volumes and sublimates stones and materials. Supported by an insatiable artistic curiosity, the value of the brand currently bearing his name, his collections will continue to surprise us.
Rendez-vous in Berkeley Square, in the new London boutique designed by the famous interior designer Francis Sultana. An Art Deco-inspired setting, where the materials are voluptuous, like those used to create jewellery: patinated bronze, suede ennobling the walls, tweed, crystals, marble and deep velvet. The palette, deliberately neutral, is punctuated by touches of color: the dark red sofas, signed Mattia Bonetti, or the burnt orange consoles designed by Francis Sultana.
A decor of 287 m2 worthy of the “Gruosian” universe. To be continued…