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Mulleavy Sisters, Take Two

The Mulleavy sisters had reason to have déjà vu at Monday’s Americans for the Arts National Art Awards gala at Cipriani. They were honored there last week too.

ALL THAT GLITTERS: From the Eternal City to the City of Light: Fueled by the success of the retrospective held in Rome in May to fete its 125th anniversary, Bulgari is gearing up to host a similar event in the Grand Palais in Paris. Eight galleries will be filled with a dazzling mix of 600 jewels, watches and objets d’art arranged in chronological order around a central diamond structure made of mirrors, which will be placed under the glass dome of the Grand Palais. An entire gallery will be dedicated to jewels from Elizabeth Taylor’s personal collection, including the Grand Duchess Vladimir Suite, a diamond and emerald set bought for her by Richard Burton. In addition to items from Bulgari’s archives, the display will feature a number of pieces lent by private collectors that have never been shown in public, including a necklace that belonged to the late Princess Grace of Monaco. A catalogue will be printed for the Paris exhibition, scheduled to run from Dec. 10 to Jan. 12. The showcase is expected to travel to China in 2011.

Meanwhile, the luxury house will host a charity dinner for about 500 in Rome on Nov. 3, the first stop in a series of global events that will raise money for its Rewrite the Future campaign with Save the Children. The dinner will be held at Salone delle Fontane with Julianne Moore and musical guest Lenny Kravitz. The next stop is Los Angeles in January, to be followed by Shanghai and Tokyo. The contact e-mail is bulgariforsavethechildren@bulgari.com.

 

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