Priyanka Chopra is bringing a dose of her own personal flair to Paris.

On June 7 (Tuesday), the Quantico star and new mom appeared in a skintight black gown that featured ivory ruffled detailing all along the collar, down the leg, and across the hem—a dramatic adornment that called to mind the fashion preferences of the Elizabethan era. Crisscrossing straps at the back added a sultry modern touch, and the dress’s deep-V cut also made way for Chopra’s glittering diamond necklace to take centre stage.

Priyanka Chopra Brings Ruffled Elizabethan Glamour to Paris
Priyanka Chopra (Photo: Marc Piasecki/Getty Images)

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Priyanka Chopra Brings Ruffled Elizabethan Glamour to Paris
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On June 6 (Monday), the actress, along with fellow Bulgari brand ambassadors Anne Hathaway and Lalisa Manobal, a.k.a. Lisa, attended the Paris unveiling of Bulgari’s newest High Jewellery Collection, Bulgari Eden the Garden of Wonders. For the glamorous affair, Chopra wore a glittering sequinned column gown in a rusty orange shade from Rasario.

Priyanka Chopra Brings Ruffled Elizabethan Glamour to Paris
Anne Hathaway, Priyanka Chopra and Lalisa Manobal. (Photo: Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images)

The latest luxe collection from Bulgari includes more than 140 one-of-a-kind pieces and high-end watches that are intended to celebrate the gems of nature. For the first time in the brand’s history, the collection features 30 creations dedicated to the emerald.

“This stunning tribute to the Maison’s long-standing affinity with the exquisite gemstone boasts some of the most extraordinary wonders of nature ever brought to light, representing an ode to eternal splendor,” the press release reads. “Interpreted rather than just emulated, nature delivers an endless territory of imagination that only human mastery and Bulgari’s aesthetic sense can sublime into true works of art.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US