BVLGARI celebrated the 2018 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit Gala in New York City on Monday with brand ambassador Lily Aldridge, models Joan Smalls and Winnie Harlow, digital brand ambassador Jasmine Sanders, Jourdan Dunn, actor Chadwick Boseman and brand ambassador Laura Harrier who all wore jewelry from the Maison on fashion’s biggest night.
Lily Aldridge wore a trio of necklaces, including the Festa delle principesse, inspired by Maria Colonna, mistress of Louis XIV. Lily also wore a heritage ring in gold, with diamonds and an emerald feature and a white gold ring with diamond features. Joan Smalls wore a Parentesi Heritage necklace in yellow gold, with a matching Parentesi cuff bracelet and diamond studs. Winnie Harlow featured the Diva’s Dream, an 18 karat white gold bracelet with pave diamonds, and the Griffe ring, which pairs a delicate band in platinum with an oval shaped diamond with two side diamonds. Jasmine Sanders wore a matched necklace and bracelet in a Parentesi rose gold and pave diamond design.
Jourdan Dunn wore the Serpenti Earrings and Serpenti ring, which, in white gold and pave diamonds, convey the movement of Bvlgari’s spirit animal. Chadwick Boseman wore three of the B.ZERO1 rings, which draw their inspiration from the Colosseum, including the B.ZERO1 band ring, the B.ZERO1 triple band ring and the B.ZERO1 wide band ring, all in 18 karat yellow gold. Laura Harrier featured items from the Monete Heritage collection, which honors artistic historical coins, including a heritage necklace in two-colour gold, earrings in yellow gold with diamonds and a pink gold ring featuring a silver coin.
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