From an era of power shoulders, neon drama and creative freedom, the 80s was a decade that has forged itself in our memories. David Bowie, Prince and Andy Warhol are a few of the icons that crafted an unforgettable era. Bulgari has immortalised this decade, and era of creative freedom and colourful neon presence, in a high jewellery collection known as Wild Pop. The collection draws its influence from numerous outlets notorious in the 80s – from the iconoclastic Andy Warhol to equally recognisable facets such as the music scene and even the outrageous patterns and colours that summed up an entire decade. The house’s Roaring 80s necklace from the collection is one of the showstoppers that will garner you the same amount of limelight as Madonna and Cyndi Lauper did. An 18K rose gold necklace, set with 65.74 carats of Zambian emerald drops, with 11.15 carats of buff-top amethysts, 5.03 carats of emeralds, 6.86 carats of turquoises, 6.77 carats of step-cut diamonds and 9.86 carats of pavé diamonds, this necklace is meant to be shown off. The ruffle-like structure is meant to directly draw attention to the trademark style that took centre stage in the 80s. This touch of retro, with Bulgari’s jewellery savoir faire and impeccable design, will have heads spinning as you reminisce of a time when girls just wanted to have fun.