Bulgari Shows Us The Eighth Wonder Of The World—The Eden Garden Of Wonders
marie claire Australia takes you inside the exclusive Parisian spectacle.
The Garden of Eden isn’t a mythical place found in religious texts, it’s an enchanting Parisian spectacle of over 140 one-of-a-kind jewellery masterpieces.
Luxury Roman high jeweller Bulgari took to the Italian embassy in Paris earlier this week to unveil the Eden Garden of Wonders—a collection of unique jewellery creations and high-end watches that pay homage to the brands austere tradition and forward-thinking creativity.
This garden of wonders, as Bulgari describes it, isn’t your regular wonder of the world. After all, what legendary landmark sees A-listers dripping in diamonds, emeralds and rubies.
Fresh from her viral Bulgari campaign, newly appointed ambassador Anne Hathaway continued her sartorial style reign in a contemporary take on a two-piece. The high-octane lemon coloured Valentino “suit” only slightly drew the attention away from the decadent jewels hanging from her neck.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas was also in attendance, channelling the forbidden fruit plucked from the Garden of Eden in a dazzling amber Rasario gown with a plunging neckline.
Courtesy of Bulgari
The A-listers mingled amongst the Bulgari masterpieces as supermodels paraded the collection on a catwalk inspired by the iconic Serpenti motif. The revelries accumulated with a surprise performance from friend of the brand, supermodel and musician Carla Bruni.
While the collection was only on display for a few days in Bulgari’s Place Vendome boutique, us local luxury lovers can own a (virtual) piece of this collection through the maison’s first ever NFT jewel.
This collection is history in the making.
Ava GilchristAva Gilchrist is the Digital Fashion Writer at marie claire and ELLE Australia.