Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales For The Sophisticated Beauty Lover

Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales for Beauty Lovers will be coveted by the reader who loves Rome and is an aficionado of the Bvlgari style.

Since the house’s founding in 1884, the majestic beauty of Rome has provided Bvlgari with inexhaustible inspiration in the form of archaeological, artistic, and cultural heritage. As a result of the Maison’s deep roots in Rome, Bvlgari is regarded one of the region’s most storied purveyors of luxury and style. Personifying its unparalleled class and adventurous spirit in a one-of-a-kind guide to the Eternal City, ‘Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales for Beauty Lovers’, cleverly connects the city’s landmarks with the timeless Bvlgari designs that they have inspired.

Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales For The Sophisticated Beauty Lover

Intended for lovers of and visitors to Rome whose level of sophistication far exceeds the typical city guide, Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales for Beauty Lovers will be coveted by the reader who loves Rome and is an aficionado of the Bvlgari style.

Worth an estimated $40.00 U.S., This portable volume takes the reader on an unprecedented historical, artistic, and emotional tour of the city. In addition to an actual guide to landmarks and monuments, the narration is enriched by short stories by some of the best-known Roman authors from the world of contemporary Italian literature, inspired by the most iconic locations in the city.

Further enhanced by contributions from figures linked to the city by birth, by adoption, or by mere passionate attachment including renowned names from fashion, cinema, sport, and music like Anna Della Russo, Lily Aldridge, Ennio Morricone, Roberto Rossellini, Boy George, and Francesco Vezzoli – Bvlgari Roma: Travel Tales for Beauty Lovers, will provide insight to the brand and city like never before, such as through drawing connections between the iconic B-zero1 ring and the Colosseum, alongside the recurrent octagonal geometries of Bvlgari watch dials and the coffered ceiling of the Basilica of Maxentius.

As editor and artistic director Jan Králiĉek states in the Preface: “You will understand how and why the curves of a building are mirrored in a necklace, and how the detail of a mythical painting unfolds into the story of an iconic bracelet or how the dyadic character of a building can be reflected in something as intimate and subtle as a ring”.