Bulgari: the new High Jewelery collection in Milan

Bulgarian presented in Milan the new collection ofHigh Jewelery: here all the details of the pieces worn by the models and celebrities who participated.

Lucia Silvestri among the models

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A magical, unique atmosphere between the notes of Verdi, Puccini and Bellini, played by the Academy of the Teatro alla Scala: to do the honors of the house, Jean-Christophe Babin CEO of the Group who welcomed the guests, including many celebrities now part of the “Bvlgari Family” (Ester Exposito, Lily De Wittgenstein, Solange Smith, Vittoria Puccini, Lily Aldridge, Anna Cleveland, Jaime Lorente, Chiara Ferragni, Alessandro Borghi, Serenay Sarikaya, Tamu McPherson, Nieves Alvarez, Alessio Lapice, Svetlana Khodechenkova, Alejandro Speitzer, Tanja Lacroix and Leo Gassman, to name a few). Guests admired the live magnificent creations made by the “intelligent and expert hands” of Bulgari goldsmith masters, exhibited in boutiques, and represented in a living picture which was held at Bulgari Hotel.

Chiara Ferragni, Jean Christophe Babin and Lily Aldridge

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The Bulgari collection will be visible to the public at the boutique in via Montenapoleone

The Brand is also committed to leaving a tangible mark on the territory, thanks to two further important initiatives: open to the public – for the first time ever and until June 10 – of the Alta Gioielleria showroom built inside the Bulgari boutique in via Montenapoleone, 2, so as to allow everyone to admire the new collection Magnificent exhibited here and the creation of a fashion show-event in one of the symbolic places of Milan – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele – which will then be broadcast in streaming on June 21 all over the world: a media event of great impact for the visibility and prestige of the city.

Bulgari High Jewelery: Magnifica and a tribute to Milan

Extraordinary gems, inspiring muses, the prodigious hands of talented artisans and the boundless creativity of visionary designers create that perfect harmony that takes shape in the unmistakable magnificence of Bulgari, a distinctive trait that echoes throughout the collection Magnificent.

Bvlgari Press Lunch

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Bvlgari Press Lunch

© Daniele Venturelli

Hypnotic Emerald, an amazing necklace where the Serpent, an icon of the Brand, gracefully guards in its jaws an exceptional Colombian cabochon-cut emerald of 93.83 carats, a masterpiece of craftsmanship that required 1,800 hours of work.

Mediterranean Queen, inspired by a Bulgari necklace dating back to 1969 which with its complex construction in gold and diamonds evokes the waves of the sea. A true handcrafted masterpiece that required 2,400 hours of work. For this necklace, five wonderful oval cushion-cut Paraiba tourmalines, weighing a total of approximately 500 carats, are connected by sinuous and curvilinear elements set with cabochon emeralds and diamonds. The extraordinary Paraiba tourmalines, among the rarest gems in the world, evoke the crystalline waters of the Mediterranean Sea that surround Sardinia with their brilliant green water color.

Imperial Spinel, sumptuous necklace featuring the fourth largest spinel in the world, weighing 131.21 carats and unearthed in Tajikistan, surrounded by a cascade of diamonds and emerald beads, for a bold color combination of green and hot pink tones, iconic Bulgari style.

These are just some of the creations in the collection Magnificent, inspired by Rome, the eternal muse of Bulgari and the absolute manifestation of that magnificence that encompasses all the values ​​rooted in the brand’s DNA, and which at the same time wants to be a hymn to the beauty and excellence that make not only Rome but the whole of Italy great . For the first time a collection of High Jewelery pays homage to the city where it is presented, in fact they are dedicated to Milan two wonderful brooches which are inspired by a symbolic place of the Milanese city: the Sforzesco Castle. The brooches trace in the design the irregularity of a plan of the Castle as it appears in a map of 1725: the first in yellow gold, amethyst and carnelian diamonds, the second in yellow gold, diamonds, rubellite and malachite the other, two precious treasures to pay homage to the Lombard capital.

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