Gabriela Berlingeri Launches First Jewelry Line

Lead Photo: Photo courtesy of Acoustyle Communication
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Jewelry designer Gabriela Berlingeri, who is dating Bad Bunny, launched her new jewelry line DiciembreVeintinueve (D29) today by debuting the brand’s very first collection, “Memoir.”

Berlingeri announced the new venture on her Instagram profile with a photo that shows her wearing some of her designs. The collection features necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings that range in price from $30 to $120, ideal for the upcoming holidays. She first shared the news about the line in February, when she released images of a few exclusive items on the brand’s Instagram page, @Diciembreveintinueve. Many of the pieces are already sold out.

“Our selection of unique pieces for daily use is designed on our tropical island of Puerto Rico,” Berlingeri writes on the official site for D29. “The beauty of gold and the importance of being versatile inspires us in our timeless and creative designs.”

Bad Bunny and Berlingeri were first spotted together in 2017 but didn’t make their relationship official until they started quarantining in Puerto Rico. They shared a few glimpses into their life as a couple around that time via Instagram. And the jewelry line isn’t the first time Berlingeri has let her artistry be known: She also did the backing vocals on Bad Bunny’s song “En Casita” and shot all of the photos from Bad Bunny’s May cover story in Rolling Stone, making history as the first Latina to ever shoot a cover for the magazine.

The 26-year-old designer/model told Rolling Stone that when she was photographing her partner, she “wanted to highlight all my favorite things about him[…] I want people to notice his lips. His skin. His eyes. I find him so beautiful.”

Bad Bunny said of Berlingeri, “Do people really think I’m spending quarantine alone? No! I am with someone, she is very special in my life. This quarantine has made me understand that she is the best companion I could have.”