Bulgari

Bulgari, international luxury brand
founded in 1906

Luxury jewellery and accessories made in Italy

Our collaboration with
Bulgari began in 2017,
after winning a competition
involving 5 agencies for
the creation of the
New Curiosity Shop logo.



We then took care of
the visual identity
of the new space:
a Wunderkammer next to
the shop in Via Condotti,
the brand’s temple in Rome.

Our collaboration with
Bulgari began in 2017,
after winning a competition
involving 5 agencies for
the creation of the
New Curiosity Shop logo.



We then took care of
the visual identity
of the new space:
a Wunderkammer next to
the shop in Via Condotti,
the brand’s temple in Rome.

We delivered the
communication linked
to the new space’s
inauguration events,
starting out with a set
of save the dates

We took care of
the printed invitations,
in the form of a converted
paper pop up, overseeing
the entire process, from
concept to printing.

The success of our first
project opened the door
to further collaborations, as
the new Bulgari Wild POP
luxury jewellery collection.



In this case too,
following the creation of
a logo dedicated to the
collection, we took care
of its communication,
starting out from the
digital side of things.

The success of our first
project opened the door
to further collaborations, as
the new Bulgari Wild POP
luxury jewellery collection.



In this case too,
following the creation of
a logo dedicated to the
collection, we took care
of its communication,
starting out from the
digital side of things.

We subsequently went
on to develop a printed
invitation full of
refined techniques,
creating different versions,
both for the Italian and
international events.

As well as
luxury jewellery, we are
pursuing other special
projects: from materials
for fashion week to those
for the presentation of
new products.

Up until now, our
collaboration with Bulgari
has allowed us to explore
the dynamics of the luxury
industry and to have at
our disposal the budget
to experiment with innovative
solutions, especially in terms
of materials and printing
techniques.

Up until now, our
collaboration with Bulgari
has allowed us to explore
the dynamics of the luxury
industry and to have at
our disposal the budget
to experiment with innovative
solutions, especially in terms
of materials and printing
techniques.

“Milano Collective is a company
of young creatives with remarkable potential.
The direct contact with the designers streamlines
communication, ensuring accuracy, speed and quality.
Their team consistently has strong
technical and managerial skills.”

Biagio Fontana, VM Design Manager Bulgari