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Discovering Pasquale Bruni’s Secret Gardens

The brand of fine jewellery Pasquale Bruni truly conquered all its guests’ hearts during the event organized last 18th June to celebrate the launch of the new Giardini Segreti Collection: a line which is inspired by the secret gardens of Milan, true gems in the heart of the city, magical places that tell stories of secret encounters, art and nature.

A fantastic evening, full of magic, in the luscious green setting of Casa degli Atelani, in Milan, a unique secret address where the original vine cultivated by Leonardo da Vinci can still be found.

Special guest, alongside Pasquale and Eugenia Bruni, was Dita Von Teese, wearing on the occasion one-of-a-kind creations from the Fiori in Fiore and Bon Ton Collections.

Eugenia Bruni and Dita Von Teese at Giardini Segreti event

Guests immersed themselves in the feminine and natural universe of Pasquale Bruni. A sweet melody played by ethereal musicians marked the entrance to the fairy wood, where, like in a magic mirror deep into the green, a nimph was playing with Giardini Segreti rings, creating endless combinations of precious leaves embracing her hands. All this in the halo of pure white fireflies light.

In the exclusive Giardini Segreti Collection, sinuous golden leaves and precious stones embrace bewitching central stones in the typical shape of five-petal flowers, creating harmoniously designed rings and necklaces. The gems with a cut developed especially by the House for this collection, the Bon Ton cut, rest on a sensual pave. The rings dress hands in an unusual, intriguing and feminine way, so that every woman can create her own garden, forming new secret shapes with two or more rings.

I finally made my dream of creating a jewel which fully represents the woman who wears it to come true. You just need a silk scarf and a precious, adorning ring to be unique. – Eugenia Bruni, Pasquale Bruni Creative Director.

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Post edited by Claudia Carletti, Jewellery Through Time. Material courtesy of Pasquale Bruni Press Office.

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