BVLGARI B.ZERO1

Self-Hero­ines Dar­ing and ground­break­ing, Bvlgari’s B.zero1 is the ul­ti­mate sym­bol of power for the mod­ern women.

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and push­ing the bound­aries of jew­ellery de­sign have al­ways been em­bed­ded in Bvlgari’s DNA. And with B.zero1 Labyrinth, the lux­ury brand’s lat­est mas­ter­piece, it fur­ther so­lid­i­fied the Ital­ian brand’s ex­cel­lence in fine jew­ellery mak­ing.

B.zero1 Labyrinth is a ring that evokes powerful self­ex­pres­sion. With the cap­ti­vat­ing curves of its en­tranc­ing spi­ral, where rose gold blends into white gold in an op­ti­cal play of fluid and un­ex­pected forms, the ring re­veals its in­nate abil­ity to break free from con­ven­tions. Truly a re­mark­able, must-have ac­ces­sory!

In­spired by the beauty of B.zero1 Labyrinth, Pres­tige and Bvlgari teamed up for a spe­cial fash­ion video and pho­to­shoot. We tapped three young women namely Men­tari De Marelle, Michelle Vanesa and Na­dia Tjahyadikarta who epit­o­mise the words “bold” and “un­con­ven­tional”.

As In­done­sia’s most promis­ing ac­tress, Men­tari chal­lenges her­self with var­i­ous roles – from a master of lo­cal mar­tial arts in Yas­mine to a hostage in Merah Pu­tih Me­mang­gil – it’s ap­par­ent that this young woman dares to take risks. In-be­tween takes, Men­tari con­fi­dently says, “I feel powerful, know­ing that I am beau­ti­ful and tal­ented. Know­ing my self-worth and be­ing able to say the same thing to other women that they are too, that’s power.” She is also proud to be re­silient stat­ing “you can put me in any sit­u­a­tion and I will sur­vive.”

For in­flu­encer, Vanesa, be­ing free and self-re­liant are her strong­est traits. “Be­ing in­de­pen­dent makes me feel powerful.” She keeps it very sim­ple in her looks and her way of liv­ing.

And for en­trepreneur Na­dia Tjahyadikarta, it’s all about go­ing out of your com­fort zone. She went from man­ag­ing their fam­ily busi­ness to pro­mot­ing their lat­est ven­ture, the Om­nia Day­club Bali to cre­at­ing her own fash­ion la­bel with­out a solid de­gree in fash­ion. What’s more? She is open­ing a new restau­rant at Alila SCBD Jakarta with her friend Cé­dric Von­gerichten (son of Chef Jean-Georges) this month. “I am a con­fi­dent and dy­namic woman who can’t wait to have the next ad­ven­ture,” she af­firms. “When I have an idea in my mind, I just go for it. I am not afraid of the con­se­quences. The con­se­quences come later!”

The fash­ion col­lab­o­ra­tion gen­er­ously hosted at the Pent­house Suite of The Dhar­mawangsa, an ex­tra

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