Bulgari

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.wikipedia
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LVMH

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Currently part of the LVMH Group, Bvlgari was founded in Rome in 1884 by the silversmith Sotirios Voulgaris (Italian: Sotirio Bulgari) as a single jewellery shop that has, over the years, become an international brand.
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Marriott International

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For example, Bvlgari eyewear is produced through a licensing agreement with Luxottica, and, in 2001, the brand formed a joint venture with Group Marriott International to launch its hotel brand, Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, a collection of properties and resort destinations around the world.
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Paolo Bulgari

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In 1881, Sotirios Bulgari moved to Rome and, in 1884, opened his first store on via Sistina 85. In 1888, he married Aromanian Eleni Basio with whom he had six children: Constantine-Georgios(1889-1973), Leonidas-Georgios(1890-1966), Maria-Athena(1891-1976), Sofia(1893-1908), Alexandra(1895-1984) and Spyridon(1897-1932), so Leonidas-Georgios is the father of the current chairman of the company Paolo Bulgari. In 1984, Paolo and Nicola Bulgari, Giorgio’s sons, became Chairman and Vice-Chairman, respectively, while their nephew, Francesco Trapani, became Chief Executive Officer.
Paolo Bulgari (born 1937) is an Italian businessman and jewellery designer, a great-grandson of Sotirios Bulgari, the founder of the luxury brand Bulgari.

Voulgaris

The trademark is usually written BVLGARI in the classical Latin alphabet, and is derived from the surname of the company's founder Sotirios Voulgaris (1857-1932, Σωτήριος Βούλγαρης, ) . The root of the surname Voulgaris is Βούλγαρ (Voulgar), which in Greek translates as "Bulgarian". Whether or not the Voulgaris family of Corfu and the Voulgaris family of the Italian jewelers Bulgari from Epirus share the same paternal line is unclear, but the count Stefanos Voulgaris denied that the Bulgari family of the Italian jewelers family is genealogically related to the Voulgaris family of Corfu.
The author Stefanos Voulgaris claimed that their family tree is well-traced and that the Voulgaris family of Corfu is unrelated to the Voulgaris family of the founder of Bulgari, Sotirios Voulgaris.

Giorgio Bulgari

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In 1932, Sotirio passed away, leaving the business to his two sons, Giorgio (1890–1966) and Costantino (1889–1973), who each had a keen interest in precious stones and jewels.
Giorgio Bulgari (5 May 1890 - 6 March 1966) was an Italian businessman, son of Sotirios Bulgari, the founder of the luxury brand Bulgari.

Via Condotti

Via dei Condotti
The BVLGARI logo was used for the first time in 1934, when its gilded brass letters graced the central doorway of the Via Condotti flagship.
Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Hermès, Armani, Jimmy Choo, La Perla, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Furla, Burberry, Céline, Dolce & Gabbana, Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti, Trussardi, Buccellati, Bulgari, Damiani, Tod's, Zegna, Cartier, Bally, Montblanc, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton have stores on Via Condotti.

Nicola Bulgari

Nicola
In 1984, Paolo and Nicola Bulgari, Giorgio’s sons, became Chairman and Vice-Chairman, respectively, while their nephew, Francesco Trapani, became Chief Executive Officer.
Nicola Bulgari (born 1941) is an Italian billionaire businessman, grandson of Sotirios Bulgari, the founder of the luxury brand Bulgari.

Gianni Bulgari

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After Giorgio's death in 1966, his son Gianni led the company as co-chief executive with his cousin Marina.
He is a member of the Bulgari family of jewelers and led the Bulgari company from the 1960s into the 1980s.

Francesco Trapani

In 1984, Paolo and Nicola Bulgari, Giorgio’s sons, became Chairman and Vice-Chairman, respectively, while their nephew, Francesco Trapani, became Chief Executive Officer.
Francesco Trapani, (born 1957), is the former CEO of the Italian jeweler and luxury goods retailer, Bulgari.

Corfu

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Whether or not the Voulgaris family of Corfu and the Voulgaris family of the Italian jewelers Bulgari from Epirus share the same paternal line is unclear, but the count Stefanos Voulgaris denied that the Bulgari family of the Italian jewelers family is genealogically related to the Voulgaris family of Corfu.
Sotirios Voulgaris (1857–1932), cosmetologist, founder of the Bulgari jewellery store than later became the famous Bulgari company.

Kalarites

The founder of the Bulgari brand is Sotirios Bulgari who was born in March 1857 in the Aromanian village Kalarites, Ottoman Empire and was one of eleven children of his father Georgios Voulgaris(1823-1889) and his Aromanian mother Eleni Stronggaris.
*Sotirios Voulgaris, who founded the jewelry and luxury goods company Bulgari was born in Kalarites.

Moscow

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There are three additional Hotels in the works, with Moscow, Paris and Tokyo slated to open between 2020 and 2022.
The adjoining Tretyakovsky Proyezd, also south of Tverskaya Street, in Kitai-gorod, is host to upmarket boutique stores such as Bulgari, Tiffany & Co., Armani, Prada and Bentley.

Gérald Genta

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The year 2000 was the beginning of an increasingly aggressive period of verticalization for Bvlgari, with the acquisition of the luxury watchmaking brands Daniel Roth and Gérald Genta, followed by the takeover of the jewellery firm Crova and of other companies that specialised in leather goods and watchmaking.
After his eponymous company was acquired by Bulgari in 1999, Genta resigned and created a new venture called Gerald Charles.

Rome

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On the same day, the brand donated € 1.5 million to the city of Rome for the restoration of the Spanish Steps.
Major luxury fashion houses and jewelry chains, such as Valentino, Bulgari, Fendi, Laura Biagiotti, Brioni, and Renato Balestra, are headquartered or were founded in the city.

Florence

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The creation of Bvlgari accessories and leather goods is handled in the Bvlgari atelier in Florence.
Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewellery labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques.

Jewellery

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.
In France, Pierre Cartier founded Cartier SA in 1847, while 1884 saw the founding of Bulgari in Italy.

Watch

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.

Aroma compound

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.

Fashion accessory

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.

Leather

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Bulgari S.p.A (, ; stylized as BVLGARI) is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewelry, watches, fragrances, accessories and leather goods.

License

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For example, Bvlgari eyewear is produced through a licensing agreement with Luxottica, and, in 2001, the brand formed a joint venture with Group Marriott International to launch its hotel brand, Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, a collection of properties and resort destinations around the world.

Luxottica

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For example, Bvlgari eyewear is produced through a licensing agreement with Luxottica, and, in 2001, the brand formed a joint venture with Group Marriott International to launch its hotel brand, Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, a collection of properties and resort destinations around the world.

Joint venture

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For example, Bvlgari eyewear is produced through a licensing agreement with Luxottica, and, in 2001, the brand formed a joint venture with Group Marriott International to launch its hotel brand, Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts, a collection of properties and resort destinations around the world.

Silversmith

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Currently part of the LVMH Group, Bvlgari was founded in Rome in 1884 by the silversmith Sotirios Voulgaris (Italian: Sotirio Bulgari) as a single jewellery shop that has, over the years, become an international brand.

Trademark

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The trademark is usually written BVLGARI in the classical Latin alphabet, and is derived from the surname of the company's founder Sotirios Voulgaris (1857-1932, Σωτήριος Βούλγαρης, ) . The root of the surname Voulgaris is Βούλγαρ (Voulgar), which in Greek translates as "Bulgarian".