The evening begun with a champagne reception to reveal the newly designed boutique, developed by architect Peter Marino.
Following cocktails, guests visited The Met Cloisters, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, for an intimate dinner, hosted by Bulgari Chief Executive Officer, Jean-Christophe Babin.
The guests dined al fresco and were entertained by two surprise performances: a dance by Lil Buck, performed in the courtyard, and an acoustic performance in the Museum’s Fuentidueña Chapel by multi-platinum musician Demi Lovato.
Marino’s concept incorporates precious materials, including fine marbles, luxury silks and velvets. The luxury is also reflected in the décor and furniture, which features a selection of product counters inspired by Carlo Scarpa, sales tables influenced by Franco Albini and Ico Parisi, and a sofa referencing Osvaldo Borsani.
Read about the Bulgari opening at Pacific Fair here.