For the world’s biggest fantastic jewellery residences, the bi-once-a-year ‘High Jewellery’ collections are the apex of their style and design team’s capabilities—they’re the most opulent, extravagant, and unapologetically incredible jewels on the current market. This was absolutely the scenario for Bulgari’s most up-to-date High Jewelry offering—the properly named ‘Magnifica’ selection, which debuted at a star-studded party at the Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II in Milan (Andrea Bocelli done, although supermodels Lily Aldridge and Vittoria Ceretti were in attendance).
The 350-piece selection is a masterclass in refined Italian luxury—culminating in museum-worthy necklaces, bracelets, rings, and watches. Between the most memorable items is the ‘Mediterranean Queen’ necklace, a rework on a 1969 type that includes 500 carats value of Parabia tourmalines that 2,400 several hours to make, and the Emerald Ellipse necklace, a diamond and emerald encrusted choker culminating in a one, 64-carat drop emerald.
Bulgari’s imaginative director of jewellery Lucia Silvestri was motivated by sturdy ladies in history even though coming up with the collection, precisely referencing the 17th century Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi, and the Chinese author Eileen Chang, the two of whom have Magnifica items named immediately after them. Specified the collection’s inspiration, it is no surprise Bulgari tapped a dynamic pool of inspiring ladies to front the new campaign—shooting portraits of actresses, designs, and activists, in a sequence lensed by the London-based mostly photographer By Pip.
Thandiwe Newton—the actress and activist who lately reclaimed the ‘W’ remaining off her title in her to start with movie credit—leads the pack, alongside the likes of Nicola Caughlan, breakout star of the cult Netflix sequence Bridgeton, product and actress Suki Waterhouse, and the British-Indian actress Banita Sandhu. Magnifica, certainly.