RECAP: Bulgari's "Tribute to Femininity" Exhibition (Moscow)
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Bulgari
Kitty Spencer
Eva Green
Shu Qi
Carlota and Marina Bulgari
Svetlana Khodchenkova
Alicia Vikander
Italian jazz crooner Matteo Brancaleoni and and DJ Graziano della Nebbia delivered the evening's soundtrack
A Roman-themed night was brought to the iconic Pashkov House in Moscow

Probably one of the most extensive assembly of jewellery has landed in Moscow for an exhibition curated by Bulgari. Such is the monstrous number of pieces -- more than 400 in total -- that it requires two halls of the Kremlin museums (the Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry and the Exhibition Hall of the Patriarch’s Palace) to display these maginificent works of the Roman jeweller. What you can expect are bejewelled pieces with legacy that stretch as far back as the 1950s, with some worn by silverscreen legends such as Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, and Ingrid Bergman. In order to inaugurate such a prestigious collection, Bulgari invited a host of special VIPs from beyond their shores such as Eva Green, Kitty Spencer, Shu Qi, and Alicia Vikander, just to name a few. The exhibition runs until January 13 of next year.

AgendaInternational Women's Day is the celebration of women from all over the globe, no matter where you're from. But, we'd be lying if we said there wasn't just an extra bit more celebration dedicated to contemporary Chinese women of today, ... Read More
JournalThe mould was broken after they created this heartthrob known as Jon Kortajarena. The 33-year-old Bilbao-born model, actor and original clickbait – he is also currently the longest serving spokesperson in the Bulgari household – is the definition of that ... Read More
Agenda'80s nostalgia is one thing, wild '80s is another. Bulgari hosted an extragavant '80s-inspired cocktail party, aptly titled Pop The Night, in the bustling city of Hong Kong to celebrate its new Wild Pop Collection. The novelties displayed, decorations, music, ... Read More