Caroline Scheufele movie fan appears in her latest Red Carpet Haute Joaillerie collection for Chopard, with good reason: The iconic jewelry house celebrates its 25thου anniversary of the sponsorship of the Cannes Film Festival, which celebrates its 75thου year of the premiere of the high-power cinema between the stunning views and the luxury hotels that frame the Boulevard de la Croisette.
And so at the top of the Hotel Martinez, on a rooftop terrace with flowers and a penthouse suite that Chopard regularly overrides for the entire 12-day event, the jeweler unveiled his latest unique pieces, 75 in total in honor. the anniversary of the festival, in a collection entitled “Chopard Loves Cinema”. Scheufele says she is starting work on her next jewelry collection at the end of last year’s festival, and for such an important occasion, the idea of honoring the cinema with spectacular jewelry seemed completely natural to Chopard co-president and artistic director.
Some interpretations of extravagantly popular movies may strike some as small as the nose, such as a diamond necklace framed by a heart-shaped sapphire that takes its cue from Titanic (and indeed looks like the look of the memorable piece of this movie), or the necklace with more than 550 carat gemstones and highlights a colorful pendant that looks like a sign of peace, a nod in 1979 Hair.
The real highlights of the collection were less literal, such as the yellow and white diamond necklace that adorns a large pendant, which is also detached to be worn as a brooch. as Scheufele’s artful tribute to Outside Africa, the medal looks like equal parts of sunshine and lion mane. A ring made of pink sapphires in 18-karat gold reminiscent of rose petals, with a two-carat white diamond nestled inside, was part of a rich group of flowers designed to pay tribute. My beautiful lady. Scheufele’s love for Alfred Hitchcock in 1955 To catch a thiefmeanwhile, she appears in a diamond necklace featuring a flawless 13.69-carat diamond inside, created to honor the memorable scene between Grace Kelly and Cary Grant in her character suite at the Hotel Carlton, a few steps away. from the hotel. Martinez.
Impressive stones are indeed the hallmark of a high-end jewelry collection, and Scheufele came up with the idea with large pink and blue diamonds covering a pair of sapphire and white diamond earrings, a set of Ceylon sapphire 20.40 carats in white gold Fairmined in a ring or emeralds mixed with white diamonds on a flower-inspired bracelet watch. Chopard also showed its sharp flexibility with titanium in high-end jewelry, especially the Scheufele rose brooch designed to honor Charlie Chaplin. City lights and the flower held by his famous “Little Bum” at the end of the film. Made of black and white diamonds in Fairmined white gold and black titanium, the pin not only honors Chaplin’s fundamental black and white film of 1931, but also the beauty of cinema as a whole. Julia Roberts, the jeweler’s last ambassador, apparently agrees: She wore the pin to the Trophée Chopard dinner on May 19.
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