An unapologetic rule-breaker, the B.Zero1 blazes a new trail with audacity and bravery. Inspired by the circularity of Rome’s Colosseum, the new Bulgari B.Zero1 Rock boasts an irreverent streak with its unforeseen studded core.
Capturing the timeless elegance of Rome and its 2,700 years of architectural magnificence and artistic prowess was the task Bulgari’s designers faced at the turn of this century.
The design was inspired by the sweeping lines of ancient Roman buildings including the Colosseum as well as the Pantheon, while the central looping band pays homage to the Tubogas technique that Bulgari revived in the 1940s. The two protruding rims are engraved with the distinctive Bulgari double logo, with a Latin V replacing the U.
The Bulgari B.Zero1 Rock revamp brings new materials to the almost exclusively all-gold line with the arrival of butch black ceramic, diamonds and manly studs. The studs replace the original looping bands on the rings or nestle in channels that run around the bangles. Black ceramic is combined with rose gold, while diamonds grace the yellow gold jewels.
Joining the original B.Zero1 rings and pendants are the Rock bangles just waiting to be stacked and lobe hugging earrings. There are two different ring widths, with a slimmer version ideal for stacking and mixing and matching. The result is a younger, edgier and more luxurious jewelry line with many more options for both men and women.