A million-dollar event made by Unicef Italia to support the communities and the medical staff that are currently fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic. This is the amount collected by LuisaViaRoma for their third event in collaboration with Unicef, this year hosted in the wonderful Capri at the Certosa of San Giacomo. Many the VIPs at the gala and the auction where some very exclusive pieces were sold: some 4.7 carats emerald and 3.57 carats earrings, a Happy Hearts set of jewellery of Chopard in white gold, some work of arts Tˆte de chèvre de Profil by Pablo Picasso and L’adorateur du Soleil by Joan Mirò. At the auction even 10 days in Tibet with the explorer Johan Ernst Nilson. Then the event included some special performances by Andrea Bocelli, Clean Bandit and Rita Ora.
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So happy to perform last night for @unicef, such a pleasure to be able to sing on a stage again after lockdown for such a good cause!!! 1.5 million raised for #Unicef!!! Thanks for making me feel like an angel!!! ✨✨✨ Hair: @rio_hair Makeup: @mariebruce Styling: @rebeccacorbinmurray 📷: @ronanpark #LVRxUNICEF #LVRinCAPRI
During the event, Andrea Panconesi, Ceo of LuisaViaRoma received the Unicef Philanthropy Award 2020, a special thanks for his support. Previously, Friday night, in Capri LuisaViaRoma celebrated the launch of the limited edition book ‘LuisaViaRoma – Window To a Future Fashion World’. Only 1.000 copies have been released dedicated to the history of the company, and the event was hosted by Chiara Ferragni.