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Necklace in 18ct white gold featuring a 60.8cts pear-shaped sapphire and set with pear-shaped (78cts) and brilliant-cut (34.8cts) diamonds

CHOPARD RED CARPET COLLECTION AN ANTHEM TO FEMININITY

Each year at the Cannes Film Festival, Chopard unveils new comers to its Red Carpet Collection of haute joaillerie to be worn by world-renowned actresses on the famous steps of the Palais des Festivals.

CHOPARD RED CARPET COLLECTION
AN ANTHEM TO FEMININITY

The 2016 collection sets the stage for flowing, supple, open worked designs based on rounded shapes. Evoking veils or lacework that gently caress the skin, it pays tribute to the graceful, voluptuous charm of women and highlights their feminine beauty. The collection focuses on the necklace, the ultimate adornment that accentuates the delicate lines of a décolletage and the silky softness of the skin whether it is draped with a spectacular necklace with matching earrings featuring a merry dance of daffodil yellow and white pear-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds or a delightful choker with slender diamond-set scrolling motifs.

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