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CHILD'S PLAY

BVLGARI, ROME'S PALAZZO PECCI BLUNT

CHILD'S PLAY

Italian jeweller Bulgari celebrated its achievement in raising more than US$20 million for Save the Children in just four years with an exhibition at Rome's Palazzo Pecci Blunt. The collection of photographs and videos, taken by New York-based Italian lensman Fabrizio Ferri, depicts various celebrities promoting the cause and wearing the Bulgari Save the Children ring, the profits from which are partly donated to fund the organisation. Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, the newly appointed International Ambassador of the partnership between Bulgari and Save the Children, graced the star-studded event along with actors Donnie Yen, Adrien Brody and Stephen Dorff, and A-listers such as Harvey Weinstein, Eva Riccobono and Livia Firth. They all gathered in the atmospheric setting of the Roman palazzo for a lavish and intimate dinner after taking in the striking black-and-white photos displayed on the walls of the Renaissance building.