Agenda
RECAP: Bulgari's B.zero1 20th Anniversary Party (Rome)
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Bulgari
21.02.2019
Bella Hadid
Matteo Bocelli
Koki
Hikari Mori
GHALI
Halima
Liam Payne and Bella Hadid
Jon Kortajarena and Anna Cleveland
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When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Such as, hosting a massive party with all your celebrity friends for a wild night of festivities, of course. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of B.zero1, Bulgari held the gathering at the grand Auditorium Parco della Musica for an incredible showcase of visual craftsmanship along with an equally stellar cast of international celebrities. The evening was filled with star power, such as brand ambassador and supermodel Bella Hadid, model Halima, twin sisters TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann, British singer Liam Payne and a host of other brand ambassadors and international icons. Bulgari's CEO Jean-Christophe Babin was also in attendance for the special night. The A-list celebrities were able to witness an immersive, multi-sensory experience of the jewellery designs of B.zero1, with model Anna Cleveland as their special MC for the evening. The guests were also treated to a set of talented acts, including DJ Heron Preston, Italian hip-hop singer GHALI and Grammy Award-winning DJ Diplo that lasted late into the night. 

 

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