Bulgari is a famous jewelry house and it’s globally known for its luxury. The name Bulgari is also associated with their other ranges like leather goods, perfume, accessories and even hotels. But it all started with jewelry. Of course, like any true luxury company it is having its very own icons. And there are so many! But one of the most interesting ones, that really stands out, is the B.Zero1 collection.
Miranda Kerr wearing the blue marble Bulgari B.Zero1 ring, the necklace of the collection
Jewelry from the B.Zero1 collection are also one of the most affordable pieces of jewelry you will find at Bulgari. I do love the more famous jewelry brands but I just love to talk more about all those other brands than the really famous ones. I must admit though, that I had my moment with Bulgari. I had set my mind on the B.Zero1 ring and I actually tried it on whilst on holiday in Puglia, Italy. In a small jewelry store that had a huge collection of Bulgari jewelry.It did not look great on my fingers. And felt a little uncomfortable, whilst I am used and willing to suffer always a little but for chunkier rings. Maybe it wasn’t perfect for me, but I do love the aesthetics of this range. It has a clean, slightly industrial taste to it. And I can imagine how this would work for all those who like jewelry that is bold, but not girly and not too cute and so on. :-)Bulgari goes marble. Love this new evolution of this now iconic range of Bulgari
They recently brought a marble collection onto the market. A new edition to the range that is having success already for the past 13 years. I love the blue marble and the green one too.
But what about this ring? Steel with gold, slick and very easy on the eyes.
Apart from it being a classic now, there is one more thing that I love about this range. And that’s the Save the Children’s version. Not only is it affordable and in silver but Bulgari actually supports a lot of different projects for children all around the globe. You can find more about that hereThere have been loads of celebs that contributed to this campaign: Sting, Ben Stiller and William Dafoe are just a few of them.
There have been a lot of famous people that joined the good cause and posed with the ring and necklace. Creating of course a buzz and lifting sales to a peak. In 2012 they actually raised around 12 million euro’s. A ring costs around 400 euro and 70 euro will go straight to the Save the Children foundation.and some more celebs like Noami Watts, Meg Ryan, Dina von Teese and the ever elegant: Isabella Rossellini
Luxury companies that add a little spark to the life of children in need. Luxury companies adding something to people or animals in need are doing something really great. No doubt it gains a lot of attention and publicity for their company and it rubs off on their image. But there is nothing wrong with a win-win situation and if in this way, money flows to those who need it most…then that is just great.The silver and ceramic ring from the Save the Children campaign can be bought online in the U.S and Japan, in other countries you'll need to find a local Bulgari store of jewelry store that carries the brand.