Bvlgari

Celebs love it. Michelle Obama’s worn it. Zaha Hadid designed a version of it. Known for its sinuous spiral lines inspired by the circularity of the Colosseum, Bvlgari’s signature B.zero1 collection shows no signs of slowing down since it first launched more than 20 years ago in 1999.

This year, Bvlgari has unveiled a new version: the B.zero1Rock. Inspired by Roman art and architecture, this thoroughly modern jewellery line is glamorous yet edgy. Embodying a rock ‘n’ roll vibe, its studded core is the most noticeable difference – reminiscent of the heritage Bvlgari tubogas choker with studs, which dates back to the ’80s.

The unisex collection features two versions of the iconic ring, pendants, bangle bracelets and earrings. Precious pave diamonds line the edges of the yellow gold version, while the rose gold version experiments with technology by injecting black ceramic along the edges. All designs are engraved with the Bvlgari double-logo, featuring the brand’s signature double wave.

This article was first published in Her World’s March issue.