The Magic of Jewellery: Thomas Sabo and Rita Ora present glamorous new collection

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Thomas Sabo and Rita Ora, the German brand’s international ambassador, invite us to discover the new fall/winter 2020 campaign. The undisputed protagonist is the ‘magic of jewels’, a theme that is embodied in many new proposals. They are creations that stand out for their glamour and craftsmanship and that are accompanied by a point of seduction. With their design, they pay tribute to nature, its fascinating myths and wonderful symbolism.

Forbidden fruits: With the snake and the apple, the Magic Garden line enchants us by betting on a contrast between black and red of rabid topicality. A plating of radiant 18-karat yellow gold envelops other proposals of sophisticated airs. Embossed in the shape of a ring, the snake curls around the finger with an elegance that attracts all eyes. On the other hand, with the vividness of their green color, the malachites of great quality bring us real unique pieces that splurge charisma.

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The expansion of the Magic Stones line gives us elegance with magical facets. The lavish cognac tone, a new color typical of the gems, exudes a fascinating charm. Meticulously carved and hand-set in exquisite open, gold-plated crimps, these stones display a captivating glow.

The Magic Garden and Magic Stones lines from the Thomas Sabo x Rita Ora collection are released on September 1, 2020 exclusively in Thomas Sabo Boutiques and online. Come into the beautiful world of Thomas Sabo.

 

 

 

de Grisogono red carpet run-down at Cannes film festival

De Grisogono was founded in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1993 by the always vèry kind and sympathetic black diamond specialist Fawaz Gruosi, an Italian of Lebanese origin.

The Italian name Grisogono derives from Latin Chrysogonus, itself coming from Greek Chrysogonos χρῡσό-γονος, which means ‘begotten of gold’.

Fawaz Gruosi’s unique approach has been proven time and time again, resulting in ground-breaking styles, ideas and approaches that have since been emulated and admired. This has resulted in 22 years of ‘disruptive creations’, namely the art of continually coming up with something unexpected, appealing, original and new.

For the 70th edition of Cannes Film Festival, de Grisogono brought fashion, glamour and unique High Jewellery pieces on the AmfAR’s red carpet. All eyes were on:

Fawaz Gruosi and Sophie Taylor

Sophie Taylor adorned a pair of High Jewellery earrings in white gold set with emeralds and white diamonds as well as High Jewellery ring in white gold set with white diamonds and emeralds.

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Elsa Hosk

The Swedish model adorned Boule earrings in white gold set with black and white diamonds as well as a Ventaglio ring in white gold set with black and white diamonds.

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Praya Lundberg

The half-Swedish, half-Thai actress and model adorned Boule earrings, ring and bracelet in pink gold set with white diamonds.

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Maria Borges

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The Angolan fashion model adorned a High Jewellery necklace in white gold set with black and white diamonds, Chiocciolina earrings and ring in white gold set with white diamonds.

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Cindy Bruma

The French model adorned a High Jewellery necklace in white gold set with emeralds and white diamonds as well as a ring in white gold set with emeralds and white diamonds.

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Sonia Ben Amar

The French model adorned Allegra earrings in pink gold set white diamonds as well as an India necklace in pink gold set with opals and white diamonds.

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Rita Ora

The English singer and actress adorned Cochiglietta ring in pink gold set with opals and white diamonds as well as Gocce earrings in pink gold set with pink sapphires.

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Come in the beautiful and wonderful world of de Grisogono