One of a kind Diva high jewellery by Bulgari

More from Bulgari at Couture Week: a one-of-a-kind high jewellery collection, as modelled by Bulgari muse Carla Bruni Sarkozy in the new Diva campaign.


At Paris Couture Week, Bulgari launched a second collection of jewellery from the new Diva collection. Alongside the Medium High Diva Collection, Italy's most famous jeweller dazzled the world with another helping of Bulgari magic. 

The one-of-a-kind jewels in the High Diva Collection were inspired by iconic beauties of the 50s and 60s and features a number of outstanding pieces. From a Serpenti necklace crafted from pearls, jadeite, rubellites and diamonds to a bracelet set with an extraordinary 243.83ct of cabochon Zambian emeralds, each jewel features rare gems in vivid shades - a trademark of the Italian jeweller. 

To coincide with the launch of its new high jewels, Bulgari has released the images of its Diva advertising campaign, which was shot by world-famous photographer Terry Richardson. Colourful images show the elegant Carla Bruni Sarkozy in Rome, accessorised in one-off pieces of jewellery as well as select accessories from the new range of Diva watches, bags and eyewear. Statement jewels adorn her fingers, neck and wrists, whether the singer is shopping, sipping an espresso or attending a cocktail party.

The wife of former French President Nicholas Sarkozy, Bruni was chosen to face the campaign not only for her beauty and charisma, but also because she shares her Italian heritage with the famous jeweller. 

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