Jewels from de GRISOGONO’s Love on the Rocks party

Models, celebrities and pop stars stepped out in millions of Euros of de GRISOGONO gemstones for the brand's annual Cannes Film Festival bash.

  • Ahead of her album launch later this year, British pop star Jessie J arrived at last night’s Love on the Rocks party in a figure-hugging Hamel gown and a classic ensemble of de GRISOGONO gold and diamond jewels before taking to the stage to entertain the 600 guests with a medley of her best-known songs. 
  • American model Hailey Baldwin matched her jewels with her elaborate beaded dress for the Love on the Rocks party. From de GRISOGONO’s high jewellery collection, the colourful drop earrings are set with white and brown diamonds, and edged with fiery citrine briolettes. 
  • Russian supermodel Natasha Poly was papped arriving at de GRISOGONO’s Love on the Rocks party at the Hotel du Cap at Eden Rock in Antibes in one of my favourite jewels of the night: a black and white diamond high jewellery necklace.
  • Up-and-coming model Jénayé Noah ramped up the colour for de GRISOGONO’s Love on the Rocks party during the Cannes Film Festival 2017. She paired her electric-blue gown with high jewellery earrings glowing with oval-cut citrines and a cuff set with hundreds of brown and white diamonds, both from de GRISOGONO’s Melody of Colours collection. 
  • Wearing a stylish black gown, slashed to the waist, French model Cindy Bruna’s party jewels included a pair of emerald and diamond earrings and an emerald and ruby cocktail ring, both from de GRISOGONO’s high jewellery collection. 
  • Rihanna at Cannes 2017 in the Rhianna Loves Chopard High Jewellery collection
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