Bulgari invites you to a fascinating play on contrasts for the Geneva Watch Days 2022. Contrasts of colours, shapes, materials, finishes and expertise combine in a vividly natural demonstration of the Italian brand’s multiple facets and modes of expression.
Gold is back, as Bulgari abundantly demonstrates through its new creations. For the tenth anniversary of the Octo collection, the Finissimo range has been enriched with several rose gold references. The Octo Finissimo Skeleton 8 Days perfectly combines design and watchmaking expertise thanks to its new Manufacture movement that plays on the contrast between the material and the transparency of its iconic case. The ‘gold standard’ also applies to the new Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic and Octo Finissimo Automatic references, the latter also being offered in a yellow gold limited edition that is sure to make an impression. As for the other limited edition in this collection, the Octo Finissimo Sejima Edition, designed in collaboration with the Japanese star of world architecture, it sparkles thanks to mirror effects, playing with transparency in a perfect stylistic expression.
Black has survived the ages without losing an ounce of modernity. This year, it is in the spotlight at Bulgari, adorning the iconic Serpenti Seduttori, Serpenti Spiga and the very urban Bulgari Bulgari (known as BB!) in ceramic or steel. The three collections play with the dark hue and reflect the history of a brand conveying the image of mysterious and timeless watchmaking.
As for the Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon, it creates a dazzling effect and inspires in a stunningly modern version. Even more of a boundless creative lab than ever, the watch illustrates the fruitful encounter between Haute Joaillerie and Haute Horlogerie through a contrasting play of diamonds and black spinels beating to the rhythm of a dainty mechanical tourbillon movement. Quintessential glamour!
In short, Bulgari invites you to a festival of contrasts and surprises for Geneva Watch Days 2022.