"Gold is a millenary metal. The reason why we have little evidence of ancient golden jewels is because during the past centuries gold was fused and reused to mould new wonders. Sometimes I enjoy imagining that the gold I am using, during one of its past lives, belonged to a pharaoh or a random pirate."

A Day Of June is a young jewellery brand born by the curious mind of Debora Giugno (trans. June). After graduating in Fashion Design at the “Politecnico di Milano” Debora pursued her career in the art of metalsmithing. She is fascinated by the traditional ways to model and work metal but also enjoys experimenting with modern materials and techniques.


Bespoke handmade jewels require several days to be completed. Each jewel undergoes a complex and precise series of manufacturing processes that make it stand out as unique and ultimately conveys the story of the person who created it. This is where the name A Day Of June comes from.