For those who prefer quantity over quality, you are likely to get at least 10 pairs of shoes with the same amount of money.
Moreover, part of the proceeds from the sale of Save the Children jewellery are donated to the charity.
Recently, members of the media and guests were invited to a press conference that was held at Bulgari’s Kuala Lumpur flagship store – a duplex store with majestic street entrance and façade ensconced within Pavilion KL.
At the second floor of the duplex store that is dedicated to the jeweller’s iconic and hallmarked bags, leather goods and accessories, guests converged and mingled amidst the lush serving of refreshments.
On the walls, portraits of celebrities supporting the concerted effort by Bulgari and Save the Children were displayed.These portraits, captured by renowned photographer Fabrizio Ferri, features celebrities such as Naomi Watts, Jon Hamm of Mad Men, Meg Ryan, burlesque star Dita von Teese and Ashley Greene, wearing ring and the newly launched pendant.
Ms Lim presented the 2014 State of the World's Mothers report – a compelling annual report cum a reliable international tool that shows where mothers and children fare best, and where they face the greatest hardships, using the latest data on health, education, economics, and female political participation.
An interesting snippet from the report: on average, an estimate of 800 mothers and 18,000 young children die from largely preventable causes on daily basis.
In the 2014 Mother’s Index ranking, Finland tops as the best country to be a mother while Somalia sits at the 178th spot due to the concurrent tensions that take place in the African country. On the other hand, Singapore is placed at no 15 on the list while Malaysia is placed at 68th place. Key findings aside, the presentation also includes the involvement of celebrities on the Bulgari-Save the Children projects across the globe.
Datin Seri Tiara was immaculately dressed in an Elizabeth Taylor-esque emerald green peplumed top with matching skirt that stunningly accentuates her figure while Debbie was dressed in a crisp white shirt with golden textured below-the-knees pencil skirt and a wide belt. Both were spotting the silver and ceramic Save the Children pendants around their necks.