Repossi Joailliers is a jewellery company owned by Italian-born Alberto Repossi. The company has headquarters in Paris, Milan, and Monte Carlo. It additionally has two Tokyo-based branches, WAG Incorporated and Nagahori Corporation.


In 1974, Alberto Repossi took the helm of the eponymous house founded by his grandfather in 1925. His daughter, Gaia, is now the Artistic Director and continues to pay tribute to her family’s heritage with every new collection.

The knowledge and craft of three generations—a legacy rich in both tradition and bold design—has been passed along. Much of the work is still done in the same workshops that were used in the 1920s. Since 2010, Repossi has created exclusive commissions of fine jewellery preserving the storied skill of ancient metalsmiths. Each is executed by talented craftsmen using precious gems selected for their rarity and beauty.

1920 Creation of the House of Jewelry. First Ateliera. Arts Nouveaux Jewelry.

1949 Opening of the first store, Torino. Italy.

1974 Alberto Repossi succession in The House. Iconic Items.

1977 Opening of the Monte Carlo boutique.

1985 Opening Paris store Place Vendôme.

1994 Repossi becomes the official purveyor to HRH The Prince Rainier III of Monaco

2007 Gaia Repossi succession. Main Designer of the Collections. 2007 Collaboration with Eugnie Niarchos.

2007/2009 Collections Nérée, Art Nouveau and Snake.

2010 Gaia Repossi x Alexander Wang Burned Gold Collection for Alexander Wang Fall Winter 2011 show in NYC.

2011 Berbère Collection and its earcuff.

2012 Presentation of The Forçat Collection throughout Haute Couture at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. 2012 September, Launch of Gaia Repossi x colette Variation of Berbère set with Turquoises.

2013 Repossi Creative Director, Gaia Repossi, wins as Best Jewellery Designer of the Year at the Elle Uk Style Awards 2013. 2013 Repossi launches new advertising campaign photographed by David Sims/Stylist Joe McKenna/Art Director Ezra Petronio.

2014 Repossi presents new White Noise collection at the Jeu de Paume in Paris on March 3rd. 2014 Repossi presents new White Noise collection at Dover Street Market in London on June 5th. 2014 Repossi presents high-end jewellery line and unique pieces Serti Sur Vide at the Hotel d'Evreux on July 9th. 2014 Repossi launches new advertising campaign photographed by David Sims/Stylist Joe McKenna/Art Director M/M Paris. 2014 On October twentieth Repossi presents its collections in Moscow for the first time. Gaia Repossi and Natalia Vodianova host a cocktail reception at Tsum, followed by a private dinner at Baccarat Room, to help sustain the Naked Heart Foundation.

2015 During a cocktail reception at Colette on March 5th, Repossi presents the Line C, designed exclusively for the Parisian concept store. 2015 Repossi partners with LVMH.

2016 Repossi presents the new advertising campaign Spring Summer 2016 featuring Julia Nobis. Shot by David Sims/ Style Joe McKenna/ Art Direction Peter Miles

2016 Repossi presents Staple collection at Gagosian Gallery in Le Bourget

2016 Opening of the Repossi Place Vendome flagship store by OMA/Rem Koolhaas

Alberto Repossi

Alberto Repossi, grandson of the founder of Maison Repossi, is married to Gio, and they have one child named Gaia. He established the iconic Collection in the late 1970s named today Tribute Collection.

Gaia Repossi

As Artistic Director and the only daughter of Alberto Repossi, Gaia Repossi is responsible for developing collections for the storied house founded by her great grandfather.

With a degree in Fine Arts and a masters in Archaeology and Anthropology, Repossi is inspired by ethnic silhouettes and tribal adornment coupled with contemporary art.

Using this knowledge, she's able to leave behind conventional design while still remaining true to the traditions of old world craftsmanship.

The skills of artisans are employed with a youthful sensibility and applied ancient references.

Repossi collaborated with fashion’s best young talent including Alexander Wang and Joseph Altuzarra, as well as cast friends as muses and engaged artist and sculptors in the creative process.