Captioned “The art of beauty and glamour,” the Italian luxury brand, Bvlgari introduced their new UK brand ambassador, via Instagram, and it’s Lady Kitty Spencer! The 27-year-old aspiring model, with a master’s degree in luxury management, is none-other than Lady Diana’s niece. As of recently, you might remember Spencer, as one of the best-dressed guests at the Royal Wedding in May, spotted wearing a Dolce and Gabbana Alta-Moda painted dress, with a matching Philip Treacy fascinator and a Bvlgari collar diamond necklace.
The young socialite is regal, elegant but refreshingly current and chic which is perfectly aligned with Bvlgari’s style. The pair has already worked together in the past, but this campaign, rumored to be worth a million pound makes it all legit! Their recent collaboration includes Spencer, helping with charities the brand support and believes in such as Save The Children and the Elton John Aids Foundation. She attended the latter’s gala and helped raised 140,000 pounds by modeling the “Bvlgari Diva’s Dream” necklace that was auctioned the night of.
The pictures featured for Bvlgari’s newest campaign are fab, and honestly every girl’s dream! The one posted by the brand is just up Spencer’s alley and very royal-esque if you ask us. Shot from the back, she’s seen with a golden back décolté dress, with a long enough gold and diamond “serpenti” necklace plunging down her spine. She’s also wearing a matching bracelet and diamond earrings. The second picture posted by the brand ambassador herself is rather more laid back, Lady Spencer is styled, wearing a gold “serpenti” watch and “b-zero” necklaces and a set of “Bvlgari Bvlgari” bracelets, all of which are from the more casual pieces of the high-end jewelry brand.
Lady Spencer has stated in both of her posts to be very proud of her new role and being an official member of the Bvlgari family that is often synonymous with heritage and creativity. We can’t wait to see what they come up with next, as she definitely a girl to watch!
By Anne-Isabelle Saint-Pierre