In 2007, at the age of 21, Gaia Repossi was appointed Creative and Artistic Director of Repossi. The same house her grandfather founded in 1952.
Her references come from her passion for contemporary art and the effects of metal within modern sculpture and architecture. She takes inspiration from the works of Alexander Calder, Cy Twombly, Franz West and Le Corbusier, and from the Brutalist, Minimalist and Bauhaus movements. Blending and pushing the boundaries between architecture and traditional high jewelry techniques, Gaia’s designs are characterized by modern, minimalist motifs and the innovative use of complex patterns.
In 2010, she launched the BerbeÌre Collection, which would become a groundbreaking hit for the house of Repossi, establishing it as an influential presence within the fashion industry and the high jewelry world. She launched her successful Antifer line in 2014. The Serti Sur Vide collection is her signature collection of floating diamonds that led her into becoming one of the most notorious Jewerly designers of the moment.
Gaia also collaborated with well-known photographers such as David Sims, Juergen Teller and Glen Luchford and many more to develop the image of her collections. She recently collaborated closely with the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation to launch a limited edition Tribute Collection.