The Rodeo Drive Committee and the Beverly Hills City Government announce that on December 5, 2012, the legendary jeweller Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® will be awarded at Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. . Bucolai Vice President and third-generation family member Nicola Bulgari accepted the award on behalf of the Bulgari family.
Rodeo Drive Committee Chairman Peri Ellen Berne, award-winning guest Nicola Bulgari, Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style Jury Chairman Wanda McDaniel, Rodeo Drive Committee Chairman Jim Jahant.
Bulgari will be the twentieth winner of the award. The bronze nameplate with Nicola Bulgari’s signature and a famous quote became the symbol of Bulgari, permanently embedded in the sidewalk of this world-renowned street. The Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® Awards were created in 2003 to recognize legendary brands that have made outstanding contributions to the world’s fashion and entertainment world. ‘We are very pleased to celebrate the Bulgari win of the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® Award,’ said Beverly Hills Mayor William W. Brien. ‘Since the 1940s, Bulgari has been on screens and popular The stunning appearance on the carpet, and the love of celebrity stars, has forged a long and extraordinary bond with the fashion and entertainment industry. ” In 1966, Elizabeth Taylor won the Oscar with the movie ‘Lust Spring Festival’ After the throne, she wore Bvlgari jewellery at the awards ceremony. Since then, Bvlgari has frequently appeared on major red carpets, ‘said Wanda McDaniel, chairman of the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® selection committee. In the field, Bulgari is an example of the perfect fusion of fashion and film, the red carpet and the history of Hollywood. Meryl Streep in ‘The Queen in Prada’ to Madonna in ‘Mrs. Belon’, Bvlgari has made an unforgettable mark in the fashion and entertainment industry, ‘Rodeo Drive Walk of S Tyle® Chairman Peri Ellen Berne commented.
Winning guest Nicola Bulgari.
The Bulgari brand has a rich and legendary history. Its development in the entertainment industry dates back to the 1946 Italian film ‘Il Bandito’, where the heroine Anna Melanie wears Bulgari jewelry. Since then, Bvlgari has paired up actors in more than 40 films with jewellery and shined on major red carpets of major awards, such as the Academy Awards®, Golden Globes, and the Cannes and Venice Film Festival International Film Festival. In the 1960s, Elizabeth Taylor wore classic Bulgari jewelry in ‘The VIP’s’ and ‘BOOM!’ Films, while Ingrid Bergman personally contributed to the film ‘Old’ on Condotti Street in Rome. The characters in ‘Women Return Home’ are paired with jewelry. In the last ten years, Bulgari has appeared in movies such as Mission Impossible II, Love Holiday, Iron Man, and Woody Allen’s new film Love in Rome.
Bvlgari provides jewelry accessories for Angelina Jolie, Anne Hathaway, Cameron Diaz and Charlize Theron on the red carpets around the world. The front-line actresses who have worn the Bvlgari sparkling red carpet also include Jessica Alba, Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Chastein, Kristen Dunst, Jennifer Garner, Kate Ha Dyson, Scarlett Johnson, Nicole Kidman, Keira Knightley, Julian Moore, Gwyneth Patro and Cher Weiz.
Nicola Bulgari is the third generation of Sotirio. Sotirio was originally a talented silversmith. He immigrated from Greece to Italy and founded the Bulgari brand. In the 1960s, Nicola Bulgari’s father Giorgio and his brother Paolo were involved in the operation of the family business. As a keen coin collector, Nicola Bulgari is one of the company’s most important and successful aesthetic trendsetters in recent years, developing jewelry ideas while investing in ancient coins. Building on the company’s solid tradition, it successfully integrates modern elements with existing results. Nicola Bulgari played a key role in the development of assembled jewelry, that is, wearable, flexible and identifiable, and he made jewelry a part of daily life. His actions brought a revolution to the jewellery industry in the 1970s and 1980s, and Bulgari’s assembled design became the object of many jewellers in the world to follow. Recently, Nicola has devoted a lot of time to choosing gorgeous and colorful gemstones and launched the Bulgari top jewelry series.
Following Diana Freeland, Missoni, Iman, Fadiqman, Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco, Cartier, Valentino Galavaniden, Morro Blanik, James Galano Stefanie, Gianni Versace and Donatella Versace, Ferragamo, Edith Hyde, James Acheson, Miranda Cannono, Heber Leeds, Mario Testino and Tom • After Ford, Bulgari also received the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® award. Giorgio Armani became the first recipient of the award in 2003. The winners are selected by an independent committee composed of media, celebrities, former winners, and scholars in the fashion and entertainment industry. The ‘Torso’ statue is a symbol of Rodeo Drive Walk of Style®, created by the late sculptor Robert Graham, 14 feet high, in front of Two Rodeo, at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Street. Two Rodeo Drive is located in the heart of Beverly Hills’ world-famous shopping district. There are 26 various luxury boutiques and restaurants here, offering consumers a variety of choices.