Bulgari’s SERPENTI Collection Exhibit Slithers Into The Shops at Crystals

The Shops at Crystals

Bulgari’s SERPENTI Collection Exhibit Slithers into The Shops at Crystals

Bulgari: Serpenti Collection Exhibit
Now – March 5
The Shops at Crystals – First Level (Main stage; across from Paul Smith)

Italian jeweler Bulgari celebrates one of its most iconic design motifs with a walk-through spiral exhibit at The Shops at Crystals. The SERPENTI Collection presents an extraordinary set of snake bracelets, belts, necklaces, watches and rings. Comprised of 18K white gold with diamonds and emeralds, the Serpenti watch coils around the wrist in a seductive and tantalizing manner. Embracing and beautifying the neckline, the Serpenti necklace dons 18K pink gold with rubellites and diamonds in an elegant fashion.

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Visitors to Crystals are encouraged to travel through the curvaceous, chocolate and gold exhibit and admire Bulgari’s commitment to luxury, excellence and superior craftsmanship. Located across from Paul Smith on the first floor of Crystals, The SERPENTI Collection exhibit excites guests with a new piece of jewelry at each turn and takes them on a maze-like journey of Bulgari’s high-fashion tribute to the serpent’s unique and exquisite nature.

About The Shops at Crystals
The Shops at Crystals is an exquisite 500,000-square-foot shopping and dining experience at the entrance to CityCenter Rivaling shopping meccas throughout the world, Crystals features the largest Louis Vuitton store in North America, as well as flagship stores for Prada, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Roberto Cavalli and Ermenegildo Zegna. Unique-to-the-market retailers include TOM FORD, Stella McCartney, Paul Smith, Donna Karan, Assouline, Tourbillon, Porsche Design, de Grisogono and Lanvin among several others. Crystals is also home to a selection of premier restaurants including Mastro’s Ocean Club; Todd English P.U.B; and Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria & Cucina. For more information, please visit crystalsatcitycenter.com or follow on Facebook and Twitter.

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