Bvlgari and Save the Children come together for Beirut

Christina Jaber


Bvlgari and Save the Children come together for Beirut

In 2009, The Roman Jeweler Bvlgari collaborated with Save The Children, an international NGO, in order to provide the world’s poorest and most vulnerable children with a better future, and the two have been doing good steps towards their goal, as they have helped many till date. 

More than 10 years later, the duo launched B for Beirut yesterday, a campaign with their local and global friends today to raise awareness about education in emergencies for Lebanon, especially that children of Beirut are still dealing with the impact of the devastating explosion.

Bvlgari and Save the Children launched the donation program in a ceremony yesterday in Dubai, which Arab influencers and celebrities attended and were part of. 

However, influencers did not only show up at the event, they also participated in a video encouraging people to donate, in which they aimed to send hope, resilience and love to Beirut



The dress code of the event was easy: Formal wear in the colors of the Lebanese flag, red, white or green. And we can’t deny it, some really stunning looks were spotted. Take a look below. 


Tunisian actress and model Rym Saidi opted for a total white Fendi look and she honestly looked stunning.



Saudi-Lebanese influencer and TV host Alanoud Badr aka Fozaza appeared in a classy puffy shoulder and floral dress, in dark colors. She stunned with her Bvlgari accessories.



Deema Al Asadi opted for a full red Fendi elegant look, while Lojain Omran stunned in white. 





Lebanese influencer Karen Wazen opted for a full look signed by Lebanese designers. She rocked a green silk dress from Nicolas Jebran, Andrea Wazen pumps, Elie Saab bag, Alexandra Hakim earrings and Dima Ayyad mask.




Lebanese TV host Diala Makki attended the event in a long slit dress in black and red which she paired with black sandals in an elegant and chic look.




Lebanese TV host and content creator Karol Yammine chose a full white outfit. She wore a long white dress with white Bvlgari bag and silver sandals.




Zoya Sakr, Lebanese model and entrepreneur, opted for a sophisticated and stylish look from Lebanese designer Hussein Bazaza.