In the early nineties, thanks to her work’s flexibility at Dolce & Gabbana and the opportunity given by Andrea Sargeant, friend and designer, Laura went to India to create the accessories for Andrea’s first Milan fashion show.
With India in her heart, Laura moved to Avignon, south of France, where she started designing her own collection of jewellery.
A mix of ‘brocantes’ vintage pieces that perfectly fit with the 1970s revival taking place at that time. Since each piece was unique, the ‘Laura B Collection Particuliere’ was born. Pieces that, right from the beginning, attracted a very select market.
In 1995, Laura moved to Barcelona, where she is currently still living. In 1999 she left Dolce & Gabbana to dedicate herself only to her collection.