With jewellery savoir faire and watchmaking expertise, Bvlgari crafts its pop idea of time.
Bvlgari plays with rare gemstones and bold designs for an entirely unexpected High Jewellery Collection inspired by the disruptive spirit of the 1980s. Hosted by Group CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, the debut of the new High Jewellery Collection Wild Pop was a dazzling, larger-than-life occasion, bridging the grandeur of Rome with the magnificence of Bvlgari jewels.
The 80s, in a word? Extravagant. Drawing from the eclectic spirit of an era, Bvlgari designed its own cultural movement through rare gemstones and cutting-edge designs. The disco music, Andy Warhol’s art, the audacity in fashion and the dreams of the future: everything resounds in a collection that is fresh, from Rome and undeniably Bvlgari.
“Drawing on the empowerment, free spiritedness and experimentation of the electric 80s, with a special tribute to Andy Warhol, Wild Pop epitomizes Bvlgari’s rule-breaking approach to jewelry,” explained the Roman luxury house.
Precious, ultra-sophisticated and strikingly glamorous, each jewellery-watch of the collection is born to capture the excitement of life’s one-of-a-kind moments.
Most probably the first piece of High Jewellery inspired by cannabis leaves, the necklace strikes with its high rate of addiction.A graphic combination of black onyx and white diamonds, these Pop jewels turn opposites into the perfect match. Seductive and ultra-sophisticated: the Serpenti Secret watch coils time with its unmistakable power of attraction.