An entirely new collection of bold diamond jewelry
— December 12th, 2018 —
The Magnificent Roman Jeweler Bvlgari presents Fiorever, an entirely new collection of bold diamond jewelry.
A whimsical marriage of the Italian word for flower, fiore, and the English word forever, Fiorever establishes the flower as an official symbol of the magnificent Roman jeweler. An exaltation of natural beauty in the every day, the flower is a classic jewelry motif, one the Italian Maison has interpreted with unrivaled craftsmanship and bold creativity since 1920.
Now Bvlgari immortalizes the four-petal flower, an emblem of the Roman passion for life, in an enchanting diamond creation.
The collection’s signature is a wild bloom with four petals, plucked from Rome’s heritage. The gracious motif decorates many of the vestiges of the Roman Empire: the garden frescos of Villa di Livia, the sculptures of Palazzo Massimo, and the ceiling mosaics of the Santa Costanza Mausoleum, to name a few. Exclusively crafted with bold lines and everlasting diamonds, the new icon is a scintillating celebration of The Eternal City’s timeless beauty, sparkling joy and the irreverent Fiorever woman.
The exuberant Fiorever woman: ambassador Úrsula Corberó
In the new Bvlgari campaign shot by acclaimed photographer Mario Sorrenti, the Fiorever woman is interpreted by latin actress Úrsula Corberó.The Barcelona native is a breakout celebrity on the international scene, thanks to her stellar performance in the hit Netflix series La Casa de Papel, known in English as Money Heist. Always exuding an irresistible positivity, Úrsula possesses an intrinsic Roman joy for life, solar energy, a lighthearted spontaneity that makes her a quintessential Fiorever woman.
Embracing la dolce vita, the Fiorever woman follows her own instinct and never compromises. Her days are joyful, her nights are exhilarating, and her life is a spontaneous adventure. Fiorever is her keepsake, a reminder to infuse her life with passion as resplendent and unforgettable as the singular, sparkling flower.
Bvlgari’s new diamond masterpiece: Fiorever
The free-spirited energy of Fiorever shines through the four-petal flower, glittering with the highest quality diamonds (color D-F, clarity IF-VVS). Its center is a precious solitaire from 0.10 to 0.50 carats, and around this immutable heart, the petals of each exquisite flower tilt upward, a display of Bvlgari’s trademark style of design through volume. With this sculptural quality, the bloom comes alive and tempts you to touch it, like an actual, tantalizing flower. But unlike an ephemeral bloom, the Fiorever flower is cast in gemstones renowned for being eternal and thrives perpetually in twenty-four distinctive pieces. Gathered together, they create a dream bouquet of the world’s most precious flowers, each one a jewel to be treasured Fiorever.
Fiorever new collection was inspired by High Jewelry creations introduced in 2015 and which will continue to crown the new diamond jewelry collection.
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Flower brooch in platinum with emerald, colourless and fancy yellow diamonds, ca. 1960s Ref.: MUS0606
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Tremblant brooch in platinum with sapphires and diamonds, ca. 1957 Ref.: MUS0198
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Tremblant brooch in platinum with emeralds and diamonds, ca. 1958 Ref.: MUS0731
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Brooch in silver with rubies, sapphires and diamonds, 1917 Ref.: MUS1294
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Flower brooch in platinum with emeralds, sapphires, fancy yellow diamonds and diamonds, 1969 Ref.: MUS0400
Bvlgari Heritage Collection: Giardinetto brooch in gold and platinum with sapphires, emeralds, rubies and diamonds, 1960 Ref.: MUS0449
Bvlgari Collection Heritage: Necklace in gold with cultured pearls, coral and diamonds, 1969 - Ref.: MUS0236
Bvlgari Collection Heritage: Naturalia Flora bracelets in gold and diamonds, and gold and colored gemstones ca 1992 - Ref.: MUS1009 MUS1011
Bvlgari Collection Heritage: Naturalia Flora bracelets in gold and diamonds, and gold and colored gemstones ca 1992 - Ref.: MUS1465