Faraone Mennella Opens Its Newest Seaside Boutique

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Faraone Mennella—run by the design duo Roberto Faraone Mennella and Amedeo Scognamiglio—opens its newest jewelry boutique this month in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, where it will showcase a collection inspired by the style and ambience of Capri. The 18-karat-gold La Sirena ring, for instance, features the tail of a siren—a mythological creature that is half fish, half woman, and is said to inhabit the island of Capri—curled around the finger and carpeted in white diamonds ($6,960); while the Grotta Azzura ring—an 18-karat-gold band topped with a striking 27-carat aquamarine ($7,900)—is more subtly inspired by the famed Blue Grotto. Faraone Mennella is also unveiling its first accessories line ($65 to $300), which includes colored rope belts, silk scarves made in Como, cotton tote bags, and bangle bracelets suited for an evening passeggiata by the sea. (212.752.5990, +39.081.837.0992, www.faraonemennella.com)

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