Bulgari Tribute to Femininity

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Russia will be holding its first ever Bulgari retrospective exhibition with the launch of Bulgari: Tribute to Femininity on 7th September at the Moscow Kremlin Museums.

To celebrate the opening, there will be a gala dinner hosted by Chef Luca Fantin.

Comprising some 400 pieces borrowed from private collections all over the world, the exhibit includes jewels from such Dolce Vita icons as Elizabeth Taylor, Anna Magnani, Anita Ekberg, and Gina Lollobrigida. Among the standouts: Elizabeth Taylor’s emerald engagement ring, as well as brilliantly jeweled necklaces from the 60s, and fabulous creations from the Pop Art-inspired 80s.

The collection traces the Bulgari’s unique history, offering guests a rare opportunity to experience its evolution from Via Condotti jeweller into the irrepressible—and impossibly glamourous—force of nature it is today.

Sophia Loren photo credits: Michel Comte

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