Jewels from a star-studded weekend in Cannes

Coloured gemstones ruled the red carpet during a weekend of premieres and parties at the Cannes Film Festival. 

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  • Chinese model Ming Xi mix-and-matched her gemstones at the 120 Beats Per Minute premiere for one of the boldest looks so far from the Cannes Film Festival: a bib-style diamond and sapphire high jewellery necklace and huge emerald and diamond drop earrings, both from de GRISOGONO’s high jewellery collection. 
  • Another winning look from Jessica Chastain, who has been topping the Cannes best-dressed lists since the festival began. At the Vanity Fair dinner over the weekend she wore a colourful necklace from Piaget’s soon-to-be-launched new high jewellery collection, Sunlight Journey, set with a 10-carat red spinel from Tanzania and yellow diamonds.
  • Lottie Moss brought the same poise to the red carpet as her supermodel half-sister, Kate, at the Fashion for Relief Charity Gala on Sunday in an emerald, pink tourmaline and diamond high jewellery necklace and matching earrings from Bulgari’s high jewellery collection. 
  • The French-Argentine actress Berenice Bejo was the epitome of elegance on the Cannes red carpet for the premiere of La Redoutable by Michel Hazanavicius in earrings in white gold and diamonds from the La Nature de Chaumet high jewellery collection. 
  • Rihanna throws some shade on the red carpet for the premiere of Bong Joon-ho’s Okja in a handful of emerald rings, a black nephrite cuff set with a 31.95-carat emeralds and diamond and emerald earrings from the Bajan pop star’s new high jewellery collection for Chopard.
  • Caroline Scheufele Cannes 2017 in Chopard emerald high jewellery choker
     
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  • Jessie J de GRISOGONO Love on the Rocks Party
     

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