From Rome to the Gold Coast, contemporary Italian jeweller and masters of coloured gemstones, Bulgari, celebrated the opening of their new Pacific Fair boutique in style.
Bulgari's launch celebrations began with an exclusive breakfast for Gold Coast VIPs, media and influencers. Guests were treated to glasses of Ruinart and Byron Bay caterers Joe Chef created an exquisite menu including a delectable 60 degree egg with gold leaf.
The breakfast was styled with modern opulence and elegance, from gold votives, cutlery and gilded wire chairs, to clusters of pink and apricot coloured roses and magnolia foliage.
The new Bulgari boutique offers some of Bulgari's most iconic jewellery collections such as Serpenti and B.Zero1. Emboldened by 2,700 years of Roman history, Bulgari honours its rich past with modern designs. Known for stylistic audacity and a penchant for colour, Bulgari pieces are immediately recognisable. Designing with the sensuality of volume, a love of linearity and a reverence for the art and architecture of Bulgari's Greek and Roman roots, these iconic features are found in each of Bulgari's creations. Bulgari was founded in Rome in 1884 as a jewellery shop and quickly established a reputation for Italian excellence with exquisite craftsmanship and magnificent jewellery creations.
The breakfast was then followed by a cocktail party and the official opening of The Wedding Series' Love Story exhibition featuring well-known Australian couples photographed at various wedding venues across Australia. The exhibition includes bride-to-be and iconic artist Kerrie Hess as well as Byron Bay model Ruby Matthews and husband Ryan Heywood.
Country Director of Bulgari Australia Brad Harvey said, "Rome is often referred to as the city of amor and has been the setting for countless love stories. The opening of our Pacific Fair Store provides the perfect moment to celebrate the joyous love of the Australian couples featured in the Love Story exhibition."