David Yurman jewellery: a decade of collaboration with supermodel Kate Moss captured in classic style

David Yurman autumn 2014 campaign, Enduring Style, celebrates its 10-year collaboration with supermodel Kate Moss and fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh.

Kate Moss captured in David Yurman's fall 2014 advertising campaign, Enduring Style, in which she wears some of the American jeweller's most iconic pieces.

By Rachel Garrahan in New York  

In true supermodel style, supermodel Kate Moss looks better than ever in David Yurman's latest campaign.  

The autumn 2014 campaign, Enduring Style, celebrates the 10-year collaboration between one of America's leading fine jewellery brands, the British model and esteemed fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh.

This retrospective venture of their work from 2004 to today takes a walk down memory lane and features black and white shots of their collaborations taken in as far-flung places as Turks and Caicos and St. Barths. Kate is shown wearing some of David Yurman's most iconic pieces, including those from the Hampton Cable and Cable Buckle collections. 

"The fall campaign is about a return to the classics," says David Yurman, founder and CEO of the brand. "Our jewellery has evolved, but the style is always timeless. We chose Kate because she is iconic, sophisticated and rock and roll all at the same time - a combination that is the very core of this brand."  

"It's always amazing shooting with David and Peter," said Kate recently about her involvement in the Enduring Style project. "Over the last decade, the campaign remains effortless and beautiful." 

The close rapport between the model and the jewellery is set to evolve in the future, with the campaign also featuring new pieces from several David Yurman collections, including the recently launched Starburst and Petite Pavé. The Jewellery Editor looks forward to seeing more of these new gems when they hit stores in September. 

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