Chopard launches first sustainable collection of Green Carpet jewels

Chopard turns the red carpet green with the launch of its first ethical jewels, created In collaboration with Eco-Age, founded by eco pioneer Liv Firth.

One of the two pieces from Chopard's Green Carpet Collection worn by Marion Cotillard at the Cannes Film Festival 2013, made from Fairmined gold

This morning, in not so sunny Cannes, Chopard launched its first Green Carpet Collection in collaboration with Eco-Age and its founder Livia Firth, who initiated the Green Carpet Challenge. The entirely ethical white gold and diamond earrings and splendid cuff bracelet were unveiled in the company of a stellar line-up of celebrities, including - of course - Livia Firth, as well her husband Colin Firth, Fan Bingbing, Marion Cotillard, Jane Fonda and Laura Bailey. Harvey Weinstein was also present, adding to the high-profile coverage of an event that puts sustainability first. 

The Green Carpet jewels were made using gold supplied by artisanal mines in Peru, supported by ARM (the Alliance for Responsible Mining), which is working with Eco-Age and Livia Firth to enable mining communities in Latin America to reach FairMined certification and make a better living. The diamonds, explains Caroline Scheufele, Creative Director of Chopard, are sourced in accordance with the Kimberley Process.

Who will be first to wear these jewels on the red carpet in Cannes? It's a surprise, but in the full glare of the world's media, the chosen star will be beaming one very important message across the world: fine jewels can be glamourous, beautiful and good for the world. 

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