NEWS. Who if not BVLGARI

Changes are taking place in the legendary Roman Bvlgari boutique on Via Condotti. The jewelry brand always provides the best service to its customers, and also a unique experience to touch history by showing vintage items from their Heritage collection in the DOMVSAVREA.

Exhibitions organized by Bvlgari are honored at the international level, their collection really amaze with its value, exclusivity and of course the greatest beauty of the stones and the work of the masters of the jewelry house.

In the brand hometown of Rome, directly above the store, there was a Museum with a stunning collection of jewelry, exclusive photographs, archival documents, as well as valuable books with designs of executed and unexecuted works. It’s a privilege to see them!

Today, on the spot of the Bvlgari Museum, the space is filled with new lines of the brand with exclusive jewelry pieces, designed by Lucia Silvestri. Incredible and rare works of Lucia demonstrate power, filled with meaning, and convey the signature mood and philosophy of Bvlgari. Sophistication, strength and chic – these words characterize Lucia and her creations. Our editors were honored to be one of the first guests of this amazing space.

As for the Heritage collection, lucky ones will still be able to enjoy some of the exhibits, but patience is a key. Now the last days of the exhibition “Divas and Paparazzi” are taking place. The well-known and sensational Emerald and Diamond Necklace of Elizabeth Taylor, which Bvlgari bought in 2011 from the auction house – Christie’s, is in the center of attention.

In the future, thematic exhibitions will alternate, and modern designs will also be presented. Bvlgari keeps everyone in a pleasant tension and a little excitement. And that’s right, because who if not Bvlgari?!


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