Last March I was honored to be featured in VOGUE ITALIA
Needless to say, seeing my name on the article is beyond the imagination of a girl who grew up reading about fashion on the pages of Vogue!
What is also very important to me is that the ECO-FRIENDLY JEWELRY is getting the attention that deserves.
And here is a closer look to COUPY cufflinks , made of recycled paper coming pages of a chemistry equipment catalog.

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Comment by Francesca Vitali on April 15, 2009 at 9:55am
I have no idea Michelle, I should have asked...but you know, what I'm always too shy to ask what maybe is a legitimate question.
All I know is that they wrote me back in November, I think, in English (so I don't think there was any "nationality connection") asking for info about my work and some photos, and then they got back to me couple of months later (timing could be a bit off) asking for high resolution photos. And the next thing I know was that I would be in the March issue!
Comment by Francesca Vitali on April 14, 2009 at 6:40pm
Thank you for your support!!!
Comment by 2Roses on April 14, 2009 at 6:36pm
Congratulations Frucci. Well deserved recognition. Its always uplifting to see someone who's work you know and admire achieve a success. Good for you!!
Comment by Brigitte Martin on April 14, 2009 at 3:38pm
Also, great use of a chemistry equipment catalogue. I wouldn't know what else you would do with these anyways. (Clearly, this comment comes from someone who absolutely stank at "Science" in school.... oh well.) Again: BRAVO !
Comment by Brigitte Martin on April 14, 2009 at 3:35pm
Brava ! Bellissima ! Ciao, bella.

That's about as much Italian as I can muster, and I hope it somewhat adequately describes my happiness for you at this great success ! Congratulations. Great job. And thanks for letting us know and share the joy :-) !! Your work IS beautiful. Well deserved recognition !

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