Bulgari A sparkling tribute to feminity
Bulgaria's first exhibit in Russia: Over 500 jewels on display at the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
In Moscow on September 6th, Bulgari and the Moscow Kremlin Museums celebrated the retrospective exhibition Bulgari Tribute to femininity that opens to the public September 7.
Magnificent jewels, video installations and pictures celebrate women who chose Bulgari jewels as an embodiment of their personality. For its first exhibit in Russia, Bulgari assembled a selection of over 500 jewels from its Heritage Collection and from private collections. Hosted by the General Director of the Moscow Kremlin Museums Elena Gagarina together with Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin and Bulgari Brand and Heritage Curator Lucia Boscaini, the inaugural press conference was held in the Patriarch’s Palace, one of the two buildings where the exhibition unfolds.
In the evening, VIP guests, socialites and international press gathered at the iconic Pashkov House to enjoy an authentic Roman night. Crooner Matteo Brancaleoni, Italian jazz singer, gave guests the best songs of his repertoire followed by DJ set of Graziano della Nebbia.
Guests included Paolo and Maite Bulgari with their daughters Carlota and Marina, Bulgari brand ambassadors Alicia Vikander, Eva Green, Shu Qi, Lady Kitty Spencer, Princess Lilly Zu Sayn Wittgenstein, Ornella Muti, Svetlana Khodchenkova and digital influencers Helena Bordon, Giorgia Tordini, Gilda Ambrosio, Kristina Bazan and Caro Daur.
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