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PG Bracelets Celebrates Italy’s 150th Anniversary

Italian jewelry designer Paola Garofalo has launched a line of colorful fabric charm bracelets, called PG Bracelets that debuted at Milan Fashion Week. Each PG Bracelet is designed with Garofalo’s “color therapy” approach which ties back to the four basic elements of nature – aquatic blues, earthy greens and fiery reds that is meant to embrace a different mood or emotion. A cult item appearing on trendy wrists everywhere is the Italia Universal Love bracelet. Inspired by the colors and design of the Italian flag, Garofalo designed the below bracelet to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the unification Italy as a single state.

Paola Garofalo has designed jewelry based on her exotic world travels for decides and her first independent line for women and men is now available in stores in Italy as well as online in several languages. Other designs from the PG Bracelet Collection include

Dancing Day – This line is made in satin bracelets of 15 colors. New and chic, they are available in two lengths: Single and Double.

Sporting Club – A touch of style for this line very sporty. Satin cords, made in 8 bright colors.

Symbols (pictured with the Sporting Club) – symbols of good luck.

and my favorite, Velvet Night, which is embellished with Swarovski crystals – these bracelets are created in soft velvet and they are in 5 colors and two different sizes: Single and Double.

“My designs are a combination of playful and spiritual because I do not believe the two are mutually exclusive. The colors mean so much to me and each bracelet reminds me of a different place, smell, emotion… They are most definitely inspired by nature and the elements. The bracelets look great stacked and are easy to change with your mood.”

The collection is available on and can be delivered throughout the U.S.

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