Singapore Tatler - - STYLE -

To il­lus­trate the con­tem­po­rary spirit of the Fior­ever col­lec­tion, Bvl­gari has also launched a new cam­paign shot by famed pho­tog­ra­pher Mario Sor­renti, star­ring Span­ish ac­tress Úr­sula Cor­beró, the break­out star of the Net­flix drama Money Heist. She speaks about her per­sonal style and re­la­tion­ship with Bvl­gari

How would you de­scribe your per­sonal style?

I don’t have a def­i­nite style. I like let­ting my­self be in­spired by what ap­peals ev­ery day. My mood isn’t al­ways the same, so my style can’t be ei­ther. What I do know is that I like com­fort­able clothes that make me feel pow­er­ful. I like mix­ing styles, es­pe­cially for­mal and in­for­mal. I love high heels and sweat­shirts. Ac­ces­sories al­ways help com­plete my look. I love hoop ear­rings, bags and sun­glasses.

How do you feel about be­ing the new Bvl­gari am­bas­sador?

Very grate­ful and happy. Bvl­gari has a long as­so­ci­a­tion with the world of cin­ema. My favourite ac­tress is Ju­lianne Moore, and I clearly re­mem­ber the Bvl­gari cam­paign she did. To be­come the new am­bas­sador is like a dream, a wish come true. It’s an im­mense hon­our for me to be­come part of this fam­ily.

What is your re­la­tion­ship with jew­ellery?

When I think about jew­ellery, I’m re­minded of my child­hood. My grand­mother loves jew­ellery and I had a fab­u­lous time when­ever I went to her house and she showed me the pieces she owns. She would tell me the story of each one, and her eyes would shine with a dif­fer­ent light, as if she were re­liv­ing ev­ery spe­cial mem­ory.

You play the main char­ac­ter in Money Heist. Did you watch a lot of TV when you were grow­ing up and did you have a favourite TV pro­gramme?

Ac­tu­ally, I did. At home, we used to watch TV ev­ery night sit­ting on the sofa be­fore go­ing to bed. Some­times we would even wake up in the mid­dle of the night in the sit­ting room—i loved go­ing to sleep with the sound of the TV in the back­ground. My favourite pro­gramme when I was young was Llu­via de Estrel­las. It fea­tured chil­dren im­i­tat­ing pop stars. I’d tell my mother that I wanted to go on the pro­gramme.

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