Courchevel 1850 is the highest and the largest of the 5 villages that make up the ski resort of Courchevel, which is a part of Les Trois Vallees, the largest linked ski area in the world. Described as the Saint-Tropez of winter sports thanks to a visitor list that stretches from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Russian magnate Roman Abramovich, exclusive French ski resort, Courchevel 1850 deserved to get Bulgari boutique, where wealthy visitors can splash out a few thousands or million dollars more.
To celebrate the opening of the new 70m² (750 sq ft) boutique, Bulgari is putting on sale its most exquisite Fine Jewellery pieces, headed with one-of-kind Serpenti necklace in white gold and diamonds (74.20 cts.), whose clasp is concealed in the snake’s head, and which can be worn to enhance either the décolleté or the back. The boutique, will also offer a selection of other Serpenti creations alongside the B.zero1 jewelry line, in addition to Serpenti women’s watches and the new Octo watch for men, and a selection of evening bags.
Nestled in the heart of ski resort, the boutique will sport an elegant and sober design, with a window display decorated with white porcelain sculptures by Italian designer Marco Piva, inspired by a woman’s bust, perfectly matched for these unique jewels.
Bulgari boutique in Courchevel 1850 joins its sister standalone stores, two in Paris, one in Cannes and one in Monte Carlo.