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In 1999, Bvlgari rewrote the rules of conventional jewelry design with the creation of B.zero1. The design captures the fluid geometry of the Colosseum thanks to the groundbreaking Tubogas technique. This year the Maison is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its iconic jewelry design inspired by Rome.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of B.zero1, Bvlgari revisits the iconic design with bold new iterations. The ring has been created in a 5-band, white gold spiral completely encrusted in sparkling pavé diamonds. There are also versions in yellow gold and solid white gold in tribute to the original 1999 editions, as well as rose gold for the first time. The designs are engraved with “XX Anniversary” on the internal ferrule.
The 20th anniversary is also celebrated in variations that add an inner core of a white or black ceramic. Each combination comes in a ring and a pendant. A rose gold bangle available in black ceramic and in precious pavé diamonds completes the collection.
B.zero1 becomes a collector’s item for exceptional women. Among them, Bvlgari pays tribute to pioneer Zaha Hadid, who invented a completely unique style of architecture. In 2017, Bvlgari collaborated with the renowned architect to launch the B.zero1 Design Legend, a ring crisscrossed by her signature dynamic lines.
To embody the unique design of its new B.zero1 collection, Bvlgari has chosen ambassadors Bella Hadid and Kris Wu, two intrepid personalities captured by the lens of photographer Mario Sorrenti.