Adriana selected earrings from the “L’Heure du Diamant Collection” featuring 7.91 carats of diamonds set in 18-carat white gold.
Karlie selected diamond hoop earrings from the “Haute Joaillerie Collection” featuring 14.70 carats of diamonds set in 18-carat yellow gold, a ring from the “L’Heure du Diamant Collection” featuring diamonds set in 18-carat rose gold and two rings from the “Magical Setting Collection” – one featuring 6.47 carats of diamonds and one featuring 4.41 carats of diamonds – both set in 18-carat rose gold.
Chopard partnered with the Breakthrough Prize to create special earrings, cufflinks and pins which were given to the accomplished men and women that were honored at the ceremony. Crafted at the Maison’s workshops in ‘Fairmined’-certified 18-carat white ethical gold, the pieces feature dancing blue sapphires, yellow sapphires and tsavorites, respectively, for each of the Fundamental Physics, Mathematics and Life Sciences laureates.
Over the past 159 years Swiss jewelry and timepiece Maison, Chopard, has become a global reference for its unique designs, exceptional craftsmanship, spectacular stones, and commitment to sustainable luxury. Admired for its original and refined creations that enhance a woman’s natural beauty, Chopard is well accustomed to the photographers’ flashes on the red carpet. From the Cannes Film Festival, with which Chopard has been an Official Partner for 21 years, to the Césars, BAFTA’s, Golden Globes, Oscars and Emmys, an ever-increasing number of legendary stars and promising young talent trust Chopard to make them shine.