Jewels from Chopard’s Space Party

With Bruno Mars performing and dinner in a space craft, Chopard’s Space Party enticed the cream of the crop in Cannes. Here are our jewellery highlights.

  • If you’re Caroline Scheufele, co-president of Chopard, it’s only fair that you get to wear the finest jewel of the night: a choker comprised of row upon row of emerald beads, topped off with a huge pear-cut emerald – one of the highlights of Chopard’s new high jewellery collection, launched during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. 
  • Kendall Jenner looked flawless at Chopard’s Space Party on Friday in a space-age, floor-length Ralph & Russo gown, accessorised with a sapphire and diamond necklace with matching earrings by Chopard. 
  • Canadian model Winnie Harlow also opted for a statement-making necklace from Chopard’s Red Carpet collection, set with a glowing emerald, for the Swiss brand’s Space Party at Port Pierre Canto, where dinner was served in a space shuttle.
  • Entertainer for the evening was Bruno Mars, who took the stage in his trademark baseball cap and cross necklace. Pinned to his lapel was a Dolce & Gabbana King brooch from the Italian brand’s fine jewellery collection for men.
  • Hosted by Chopard’s co-president Caroline Scheufele and Rihanna, up-and-coming French model Tina Kunakey attended the Chopard Space Party wearing a heavyweight 80-carat pear-cut beryl necklace from Chopard’s 2017 Red Carpet jewellery collection.
  • Deepika Padukone at Cannes 2017 in de GRISOGONO diamond earrings
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  • Rihanna at Cannes 2017 in the Rhianna Loves Chopard High Jewellery collection

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