Contrasting colours, shapes, materials and finishes, as well as different competences, come together in a formidable expression of Bulgari's multiple facets and diverse expertise.


Octo Finissimo Skeleton 8 Days


Embodying the quintessence of the collection's refined and modern spirit, the Octo Finissimo Skeleton 8 Days is a perfect fusion of design and watchmaking expertise. Its sculptural new manufacture movement plays on the contrast between the material and the transparency of its iconic case, for perfect legibility. Endowed with an impressive 8-day power reserve, it represents a new landmark in the Octo Finissimo history.


Gold is back. For the tenth anniversary of the Octo collection, the Finissimo range has been enriched with several references in the precious metal: the Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT watch in rose gold and the Octo Finissimo Automatic model in rose or yellow gold. Furthermore, the Octo Finissimo Sejima Limited Edition watch, designed in collaboration with the renowned Japanese architect, debuts with its mirrored and transparent effects.


Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon


A fruitful encounter between High Jewellery and Haute Horlogerie, sealed by the contrasting effect of diamonds and black spinels, the new Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon watch beats to the rhythm of a dainty mechanical tourbillon movement. Conveying the image of mysterious and timeless watchmaking through an interplay between light and shade, the timepiece features maximum visual impact.


Can one speak of elegance and sensuality without mentioning black? This seductive colour blends in with contemporary materials, such as ceramic and steel by means of a DLC treatment, to adorn the iconic Serpenti Seduttori and Serpenti Spiga watches. Timeless and iconic, the new creations prove once again Serpenti's ability to renew its endless appeal.


Bulgari Aluminium Sorayama



Born from the collaboration with the Japanese hyper-realism artist, the Bulgari Aluminium Sorayama Special Edition watch mirrors both past and future. Reflecting Sorayama's fascination with the classicism of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as the exciting mechanical advances in the fields of aviation and automobiles, its dial features shimmering pearlescent swirls, evoking the light playing across gleaming bodywork.


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