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Chopard, signature sponsor of the amfAR Gala Cannes

Friday 16 July, Cannes – The amfAR Gala Cannes took place at the Villa Eilenroc (Cap d’Antibes) with Chopard serving as signature sponsor. On the red carpet of the event, the following appeared wearing Chopard Haute Joaillerie creations:

American Actress and Host of the Gala Sharon Stone dazzled in orchid earrings from the Red Carpet Collection in titanium featuring 9.89-carats of opals, 3.20-carats of diamonds, 4.03-carats of pink sapphires and 11.63-carats of tsavorites, a ring from the Haute Joaillerie Collection in 18ct white gold featuring a 10.10-carat oval-shaped diamond with diamonds, and a ring from the Precious Lace Collection in 18ct white gold featuring 4.98-carats of diamonds.

American Actress and model Dylan Penn wore a pair of earrings in 18-carat white gold set with pink quartz, rubellites, pink tourmalines and diamonds, a ring featuring a pear-shaped rubellite (7.45cts), oval-shaped pink sapphires and diamond brilliants set in 18-carat rose gold, as well as a diamond-ring set in 18-carat white gold, all from the Haute Joaillerie Collection.

British Actress and Model Amy Jackson selected earrings from the Precious Lace Collection in 18ct white gold featuring 8.08-carats of diamonds, along with a necklace in platinum featuring 62.10-carats of heart-shaped diamonds and a ring in platinum featuring 10.76-carats of diamonds, all from the Haute Joaillerie Collection.

Chopard Co-President and Artistic Director Caroline Scheufele wore a long necklace from the Red Carpet Collection in Fairmined-certified ethical 18-carat white gold and titanium, composed of 603.9-carats of emerald beads and set with a 23.76-carat black opal cabochon, 19.7-carats of trapeze-cut topazes, as well as 13.9-carats of brilliant-cut tourmalines, 9.9-carats of pastel sapphires, 3.4-carats of tsavorites, 3.1-carats of diamonds and blue sapphires.


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