Ladies, 1st March should come with lots of presents, or at least one, and you can please yourself with a new Bulgari bag – vibrant colours, exotic leather, adorned with Bulgari’s iconic snake-clasp and precious gems. The Serpenti model is ideal, a chic accessory that can be worn both as a bag and jewelry. Enjoy Bulgari’s new collection for Fall/Winter 2018!
Bulgari‘s accessories line for Fall/Winter 2015 comes from the long history – a 130 years long – and the rich heritage of Bulgari’s brand. They got the inspiration from their previous collections of jewellery, the Serpenti ( snake ) line – one of the most iconic signature of the brand. From Serpenti they created a very successful line of bags , a couple of years ago, giving the brand a lot of satisfactions worldwide.
The accessories collection has a very recognizable shape, that well represents the Italian house, and the snake-head-shaped jewel closure is pretty special, made with the craftsmanship of Bulgari jewellery – unique pieces of jewellery designed back in the 60s, which in turn have been inspired by the ancient Roman snake-shaped jewellery, dated I century A.C. – a clear sign of the link between Bulgari and Roman history, clearly present in all Bulgari’s jewellery.
Since the times of ancient Egypt, the snake has been adopted as a precious ornament by beautiful women such as Cleopatra, who more than any other personifies strength and seduction. A symbol of wisdom, femininity and eternal renewal, the snake lives in Bulgari‘s creations, embodying since 1940 a never-ending evolution of style. Before you our selection of Bulgari’s best accessories for F/W 2015!
Bulgari gathered a renewed crowed at the party they hosted on Rue d’Artois, in Paris, celebrating the Italian’s house new high jewellery creations. Between cocktails and chitchats, at Apicius restaurant, the guests were able to admire the precious pieces of jewellery on the models present at the event. The beautiful gems glowed on stars like Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, the testimonial of the brand, aside Anna Dello Russo, Jared Leto, Olivia Palermo. The main role has been assigned to the colourful gems, of highest purity. However, Bulgari did not forget the needs of its customers and designed several luxury packages solely in diamonds.
Cate Blanchett, Blake Lively, Naomi Watts, Rosario Dawson, Mireille Enos, are the well-dressed stars of the third day of the Cannes Film Festival.
The main events of this day, were the premiere of “How to Train Your Dragon 2” – with 45-year-old, Cate Blanchett – who plays the voice of Valka in the film – and “The Captive ” – Ryan Reynolds ( playing Matthew Lane in the movie ), and his wife Blake Lively, came with coordinating outfits – the gorgeous black and white evening dress Blake had was created by Gucci Premiere.
It would be unfair not to note the incredible snake-like diamond necklace, from Bulgari Serpenti Collection, Naomi Watts had with a dusty blue dress, embroidered with crystals from Marchesa.
Last year’s new luxury watches from the ‘Diva’ collection by Bulgari, got a new interpretation with Carla Bruni as testimonial – now there is a more simple variation of the precious watches on a satin strap. In the absence of the sophisticated bracelet the elegant style is not lost. On the contrary – from the body, surrounded by a complex inflorescence of stones and gold cast elements, in versions with rubies and diamonds they are covered in enamel tone strap. When we talk Bulgari it’s all about luxury and disarming beauty.
The evening of 1st April, at the legendary Victoria & Albert Museum, for the first time ever, Nicholas Coleridge, president of Condé Nast International, the editor of the British Vogue Alexandra Shulman, Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani and V&A director Martin Roth arranged a dinner in italian style and a preview of the exhibition “The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1995-2014”, which will open on the 5th of April. The exhibition will display 120 items, kits and accessories of the greatest fashion houses that reflect the power and the influence of Italian design and production on the fashion industry since the Second World War to the present day.
Excelency guests attended the dinner and among them Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti, Naomi Campbell, Eva Cavalli, Tom Ford and Rita Ora, Angela and Rosita Missoni, Eva Herzigova, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014, sponsored by Bulgari, runs from 5 April – 27 July 2014 at the V&A.
Timeless pieces of jewellery – inspired by the movements of the snake, symbol of knowledge and eternity since the Roman times – here are six simple and elegant bracelets, in gold, silver and diamonds. They talk for themselves!
Diamonds are available in a variety of cuts that exemplify their brilliance and clarity. The baguette cut is one of the most popular diamond cut choices – it brings straight lines and beautiful shapes to all types of diamonds.
Baguette diamonds became popular in the1920s and 1930s during the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods. The cut was the fashion reaction to the functional and geometric architecture of the time with simple shapes. It began as a cut for costume jewelry and its straight clean lines, then became popular as side stones and for pieces that had many baguette-cut stones. In 2010 the world’s most famous diamond, the Hope Diamond, was placed into a new necklace setting which features baguette diamonds.