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Bvlgari and Save The Children have launched a new #GiveHope campaign

Bvlgari and Save The Children have launched a new #GiveHope campaign

“When you have hope the whole world can change before your eyes”

Text: Meeran Mekkaoui


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Celebrating 10 years of a life-changing partnership, Bvlgari and Save The Children have released a new celebrity-filled campaign...

It's no surprise that Bvlgari is on a committed path to making the world a better place. In 2009, the Italian luxury brand teamed up with Save The Children for a groundbreaking partnership that continues to bring together the influence of a luxury maison with the experience of an NGO to help better the lives of millions of children across the globe.

Ever since their partnership, we've seen the launch of several captivating campaigns of unprecedented ambition and scope, with proceeds from the sale of a custom design jewellery piece by Bvlgari is donated to the charity — of which you can discover the impact of one of its educational projects, Thuto Ke Lefa.

To celebrate their 10-year partnership, Bvlgari and Save The Children have tapped a slew of celebrities to front a new Give Hope campaign to give well, tangible hope, to children around the world.

Captured through the lens of photographer Rankin, the monochrome images see personalities including Lily Aldridge, Ursula Corbero, Alicia Vikander, Lady Kitty Spencer, Laura Harrier, Eva Green, Nieves Alvarez, Isabella Ferrari, Maya Henry, Kristina Bazan, Ginevra Bulgari, Carlota Bulgari, Paolo Stella and Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin.

Also, the campaign features two figures from the Middle East: Lebanese actress Nadine Nassib Njeim and Saudi Arabian singer Aseel Omran.

The strong images also feature the main symbol of this change, the recently launched Bvlgari and Save The Children pendant in sterling silver and onyx.

Scroll through the gallery below to see the full images...

Now, discover Bvlgari's Serpenti Forever holiday capsule collection.

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