Bulgari launched a unique silver and ceramic ring modelled after the famed B.zero.1 line in October 2010, with $75 from each ring benefiting Save the Children.
For 2010-2011, Bulgari has made an additional commitment of $7.4 million to Save the Children to help fund education programs, healing and education through the arts, teacher training, and other related programs in China, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Indonesia, India, Ivory Coast, Kenya, South East Europe, Southern Sudan, Uganda and the United States.
- Actress JULIANNE MOORE, nominated for Best Actress in a motion picture (Comedy or Musical) wore:
- 2 yellow gold and diamond (total weight 79+ cts) necklaces from Bulgari’s High Jewelry Collection
- 2 emerald (total weight 21+ cts) and diamond rings from Bulgari’s High Jewelry Collection
- 1 vintage gold Bulgari Melone handbag, from Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Ltd.
- Actress PIPER PERABO, nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama) wore:
- Emerald cut diamond (total weight 10+ cts) stud earrings from Bulgari’s High Jewelry Collection
- White gold, PVD and diamond (total weight 6+ cts) cocktail ring from Bulgari’s High Jewelry Collection
- White gold and diamond (total weight 29+ cts) bracelet from Bulgari’s High Jewelry Collection
Recognizing that education has the power to transform lives, Bulgari has since 2009 partnered with leading non-profit organization Save the Children to provide quality education opportunities for the world’s most vulnerable children. In 2009, Bulgari raised over $9 million to support education programs and teacher training in Afghanistan, China, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Southern Sudan, Uganda and countries in South East Europe. Proceeds from the sale of a much celebrated silver anniversary ring contributed to Save the Children’s Rewrite the Future campaign, which targeted support for over 10 million of the world’s children.
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