Bulgari’s B.zero1 ring, which was released in 1999 featured a wide central band surrounded by two flat rings embellished with the brand’s logo, and was a chunky, sculptural work of art reminiscent of Rome’s Colosseum. Since then, the line has been updated constantly with new inspirations. In 2010, for instance, the ring was covered in a shiny, mirror-like finish by sculptor Anish Kapoor.
This year the maison has given the B.zero1 collection a new layer with this addition, simply known as the Labyrinth, taking the spiral design and working a fresh element of optical play into its form where rose gold blends into white gold. The ring’s design has also been extended to other forms of jewellery such as pendants and bracelets.
In conjunction with the B.zero1 Labyrinth launch, Bulgari has also appointed It-girl Bella Hadid as the face of its “Women Rule” campaign for 2018.