A weekly roundup of what you might have missed in the jewelry and luxury world
The forget-me-not collection by Harry Winston
Forget-Me-Not is the latest floral-inspired collection from Harry Winston. Following the House’s longstanding tradition of marrying nature’s beauty with the world’s most magnificent gemstones, Winston designers, led by the late Maurice Galli, reimagine nature’s most captivating wildflower through an enchanting new collection.
Swarovski Ethical Diamond Collection arrives in Cannes
Swarovski, has a new project: diamonds. The Austrian-owned label arrived at Cannes to unveil its first collection of diamond jewelry, entitled Atelier Swarovski Fine Jewelry Collection. Along side a new brand ambassador – UK super actress, and Bond girl, Naomie Harris.
A rough diamond to Graff
Graff just bought $17.5 million 373-carat rough diamond, which is believed to be a fragment of the Lesedi la Rona. The rough diamond was the largest out of 15 single rough stones offered in the ‘Exceptional Stone Tender’ staged by Lucara Diamond Corp, the company that owns the Karowe mine, last Thursday.
Chopard’s “Glittering Prizes”
The luxury jeweler hosted a luncheon at Chez Albane to celebrate “Glittering Prizes,” a exhibition presented by Chopard and Vogue featuring photographs of actresses and models on the Cannes red carpet.
Magnum x Moschino
Jeremy Scott arrived at the Croisette to host a party at Magnum Beach debuting his latest collaboration Magnum x Moschino, with special guest Cara Delevingne who stars in the campaign.
Mille Miglia Classic Xl 90th Anniversary
As historical partner of Mille Miglia, which started yesterday its 2017 tour, Chopard is celebrating the event by issuing a 90-piece Mille Miglia Classic XL 90th Anniversary Limited Edition.