The 17th Cannes Film Festival resonated gorgeously with the jeweler de Grisogogno’s Haute Joaillerie creations – The Art of Technicolor.
Rita Ora with her charmingly warm smile attended the Vogue British party in Cannes. She looked fascinatingly beautiful wearing de Grisogono pieces. She was adorned with the Allegra 25 earrings in white gold and set with white diamonds (9.70 its). She also wore an Allegra ring in white gold and black ceramic, set with white diamonds (1.75 cts), a Zebra ring in white gold set with black and white diamonds (11.80 cts). She was also wearing a Divina by de Grisogono bracelet (26.95 cts).
Cindy Bruna, French model looked sexy and beautiful on the red carpet. Her beauty was framed in de Grisogono attire. She captured the light by teaming a gorgeous and unique High jewelry necklace, in white gold, set with brilliant-cut rubies (37.4 cts), baguette-cut diamonds (12.8 cts), 1255 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 30.6 cts) and a pear-cut diamond (3.03 cts). These were paired with a High jewelry ring in pink gold, set with a red oval-cut spinel (13.42 cts), white diamonds marquise-cut (5.96 cts), white diamonds (0.24 cts) and spinels (9.89 cts) with a High jewelry ring in white gold and pink gold set with navette-cut rubies (8.55 cts), rubies (0.44 cts) and white diamonds (14.28 cts).
Alina Baikova, the Ukrainian model looked stunningly beautiful on the red carpet adding yet more glamour to it with de Grisogono attire. She captured the light by teaming a gorgeous pair of Millefoglie earrings in white gold set with white diamonds (12.40 cts) paired with a Divina by de Grisogono bracelet in white gold set with white diamonds (26.95 cts).
Elsa Hosk, the Swedish top model looked ravishing on the red carpet adding yet more glamour to it with de Grisogono attire. She captured the light by teaming a gorgeous pair of unique High jewelry earrings in pink gold set with ovale-cut white diamonds (3.24 cts & 3.13 cts), briolette-cut brown diamonds (110 cts) and rubies (0.18 cts). A unique High jewelry bracelet in pink gold set with white diamonds pear-cut white diamonds (4.03 cts & 4.01 cts) and white diamonds (27.19 cts) were on display.
Eva Longoria, the American actress, looked fascinatingly sultry on the red carpet, adding yet more glamour to it with de Grisogono attire. She captured the light by teaming a gorgeous pair of Boule earrings in yellow & white gold, set with white diamonds (1.30 cts) and brown diamonds (28.50 cts).
Madison Beer, the American singer, looked fascinatingly beautiful on the red carpet, adding yet more glamour to it with de Grisogono attire. She captured the light by teaming a gorgeous pair of Millefoglie earrings in white gold set with white diamonds (12.40 cts) and an Allegra bracelet in white gold, set with white diamonds (13.60 cts). In addition she wore an Allegra ring in white gold set with white diamonds (4.44 cts) paired with a Gocce ring in white gold set with black quartz drops (50 cts) and white diamonds (6.40 cts).
The jeweler de Grisogono, represents master jewelers, with very sharp distinctive styles and complex setting techniques. With vivid color combinations, its mingled gem cuts and the way the jewelry captures the light, plays out in electrifying reflections, exuding ultra-feminism and seduction to the red carpet.
“It just seemed natural to celebrate the art of moviemaking via the art of high jewelry,” explained Celine Assimon, CEO of de Grisogono. “Both share a common thread not just of color, but about layering those colors and playing with light. It seemed like a very natural marriage that also pays tribute to our love of film.”
In a preview which unveiled the Haute Joaillerie jewelry, de Grisogono has instilled in its creations the first three colors of cinema – emerald green, ruby red and sapphire blue. The three colors that give life through subtractive synthesis are magenta, cyan and yellow, joined by the trendiest secondary color of them all, purple. It is a collection as rich in nuances as a chromatic circle, with the creations to be mixed and matched as desired. They are electrifying jewelry sets in dazzling shades that will bring vivid color to the red carpet.
There was a one-of-a-kind Technicolor high-jewelry necklace featuring 1,156 brilliant-cut rubies totaling 37.4 carats, 41 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 12.8 carats, 1,255 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 30.6 carats, and one pear-cut diamond totaling 3.03 carats. The natural allure through the subtle charms of amethyst come to life, so distinguished, as the bold nuances reveal the warm and cold tones of purple, ranging from light to very dark.
The 70-piece collection “celebrates the art of moviemaking via the art of high jewelry; both share a common thread – not just of color, but about layering those colors and playing with light,” said the brand’s CEO, Celine Assimon.
The de Grisogono’s Haute Joaillerie makes a complex creation resonate with strong intimacy and emotions. The art of Technicolor Haute Joaillerie collections by de Grisogono, celebrate cinema and the women who personify it – the women it has been adorning with colors for 17 years on the Festival steps.