See Zendaya Drip in Diamonds at Bulgari’s Brooklyn Occasion

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  • To launch Bulgari’s B.zero1 rock collection, Zendaya attended her Brooklyn event in a deep V-cut shirt dress from the Rahul Mishra Spring 2020 couture collection.
  • Zendaya starred in Bulgari’s Mai Troppo advertising campaign with Lily Aldridge, Naomi Scott and Kris Wu.

    Once again, it is time for all of us to thank Zendaya for resurrecting the art that marks a red carpet arrival. At the Bulgari launch last night for the B.zero1 rock collection at the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn, the Euphoria star arrived (not surprisingly) in one of the best ensembles of the night.

    She wore a look from Rahul Mishra’s Spring 2020 couture collection with a white organza shirt dress with a plunging V-neckline, a sash around the waist and a cascade of frond-like embellishments. The heavenly top was tastefully styled with black straight leg pants.

    Of course, unless you’re wearing diamonds, it’s not a Bulgari event. A layered chain of the gem glittered around Zendaya’s neck all night. The other accessories from Zendaya made way for the big impact of the necklace and were quite simple. She wore tiny diamond-studded hoops on her ears and a silver ring on her left hand.

    Bvlgari celebrates the B.zero1 Rock Collection

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    Zendaya is one of the many famous faces in the luxury jeweler’s Mai Troppo campaign. Supermodel Lily Aldridge, actress Naomi Scott and singer / actress Kris Wu also starred in the campaign, which was shot in Bulgari’s hometown of Rome.

    Of the stars of the campaign, CEO Jean-Christophe Babin told WWD per Elle: “Zendaya embodies the spirit of Generation Z, Naomi Scott is British and Indian – this combination is proof of the diversity of the Bulgari. It is not.” American or Chinese brand only. It’s a global economy with global diversity and we recognize the universal appeal of the brand. “

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