27 April 2016

69

This year the Chopard Red Carpet collection features 69 jewelry pieces to be worn by actresses during this year’s Cannes Film Festival. One more than last year and one less than next year, as the number 69 equals the number of festivals held until now. Here’s a preview.

  • White gold, emeralds and diamonds

  • White gold, titanium, topazs, orange and blue sapphires

  • Pink gold, fire opals, Mandarin gamets, colored sapphires and diamonds

  • White gold, emeralds and diamonds

  • White gold, sapphires and diamonds

  • White gold and diamonds

  • White gold and diamonds

  • White gold and diamonds

  • White gold, emeralds and diamonds

  • White gold, sapphires and diamonds

  • Pink gold, titanium, rubellites, yellow sapphires and amethysts

  • White gold, titanium, white opal, emeralds, topazs, amethysts, rubies, Paraiba tourmalines, rubelites and sapphires

  • White gold, titanium, tanzanites, multicolored sapphires, amethysts, rubies and Paraiba tourmalines

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