Stars wear Chanel watches and jewels to Tribeca Film Festival Artists' Dinner

Celebrities dazzled in their Chanel watches and jewels at the Tribeca Film Festival Artists' Dinner, hosted by the French luxury house on 24 April in NYC.


Chanel hosted its eighth consecutive Tribeca Film Festival Artists' Dinner in New York on 24 April 2013.

Celebrating artists who have contributed original work to the award-winning filmmakers, the evening, held at The Odeon, was a fabulous event overflowing with champagne, A-list stars and even a Chanel vending machine, which dispensed free goodies to guests.

Attended by numerous celebrities dressed in head-to-toe Chanel - including French fashionista Julia Restoin Roitfeld, model Joan Smalls and, of course, Karl Lagerfeld's golden girl Alexa Chung - who impressed in their luxurious outfits, it was the ladies who rocked Chanel's fine jewellery and watches who really stole the show. 

Dree Hemingway matched her pastel ruffle dress from Chanel's Cruise Versailles Collection with a pair of dazzling star-shaped diamond "Comète" earrings and an eye-catching 18ct gold and diamond "Plume de Chanel" ring. Child-actress Kiernan Shipka accessorised her pretty blue tweed dress, taken from Chanel's Spring/Summer 2013 Ready-To-Wear collection, with the "Camélia Sculpté" ring in 18ct white gold and agate.

Watches also adorned wrists at the historic event. American singer/songwriter Sophie Auster paired muted-blue leather trousers from the Cruise Versailles collection with a "Première" Watch in 18ct yellow gold and black lacquered dial, the chain bracelet wrapped twice around her dainty wrist. And Vanessa Traina's matching "Première" watch in steel, subtly making an appearance under the oversized sleeves of her coat, looked gorgeous paired with her all-black outfit.

Champagne, Chanel and diamonds - it doesn't get more fabulous than that.

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