This Bvlgari Jewelry Collection’s Latest Pieces Were Created for Modern-Day Divas

Blackpink’s Lisa for Bvlgari. Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari
A nod to modern-day divas, the latest additions to Bvlgari‘s Divas’ Dream collection celebrate charm and femininity with bursts of color and a reimagined motif. Inspired by Rome’s Caracalla mosaics, the signature fan-shaped pendant has been reinterpreted with graceful curves and combined with a bold color palette.
Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari
The motif sees a further revamp with the open-work design for the pendant necklace in 18ct rose gold with vibrant malachite inserts and dazzling pavé diamonds. It features a masterful play of blank spaces with hardstone and is adjustable in two different lengths for wearability. The highlight is a parure made of earrings and a necklace with a pendant that features 18ct rose gold surrounding pink opal and a hint of diamonds for a truly feminine look. Other shades in the collection range from vibrant to subtle yet equally appealing, as bright rubies and diamonds juxtapose gleaming mother-of-pearl. For those looking to make a statement from day to night, the versatile collection features the 18ct rose gold pendant necklace in two variations: the first with diamonds and blue sapphires, and the second with diamonds and pink sapphires.
Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari
The 2021 Divas’ Dream collection will also debut Bvlgari’s new plastic-free packaging. Launched in August across all of the house’s fine jewelry and watch collections, which make about 80% of its overall packaging, it involves a 96% reduction of plastic compared to the previous version. The outer shell is made of paper sourced from responsibly managed forests, with a core made of wood fiber and internal parts made of pure silk and natural latex. The amended packaging ensures that Bvlgari produces 160,000 kilograms less plastic every year.
Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari
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Blackpink’s Lisa for Bvlgari. Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari

A nod to modern-day divas, the latest additions to Bvlgari‘s Divas’ Dream collection celebrate charm and femininity with bursts of color and a reimagined motif. Inspired by Rome’s Caracalla mosaics, the signature fan-shaped pendant has been reinterpreted with graceful curves and combined with a bold color palette.

Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari

The motif sees a further revamp with the open-work design for the pendant necklace in 18ct rose gold with vibrant malachite inserts and dazzling pavé diamonds. It features a masterful play of blank spaces with hardstone and is adjustable in two different lengths for wearability. The highlight is a parure made of earrings and a necklace with a pendant that features 18ct rose gold surrounding pink opal and a hint of diamonds for a truly feminine look. Other shades in the collection range from vibrant to subtle yet equally appealing, as bright rubies and diamonds juxtapose gleaming mother-of-pearl. For those looking to make a statement from day to night, the versatile collection features the 18ct rose gold pendant necklace in two variations: the first with diamonds and blue sapphires, and the second with diamonds and pink sapphires.

Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari

The 2021 Divas’ Dream collection will also debut Bvlgari’s new plastic-free packaging. Launched in August across all of the house’s fine jewelry and watch collections, which make about 80% of its overall packaging, it involves a 96% reduction of plastic compared to the previous version. The outer shell is made of paper sourced from responsibly managed forests, with a core made of wood fiber and internal parts made of pure silk and natural latex. The amended packaging ensures that Bvlgari produces 160,000 kilograms less plastic every year.

Photo: Courtesy of Bvlgari

Read Next: Bvlgari’s Iconic B.zero1 Ring Has Inspired Six New Pieces in This Collection

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