Kiera Knightly in Chanel’s fall 2016 jewellery campaign. Photo: Chanel
Chanel brings in stunning Kiera Knightly as Chanel’s newest face of their fall 2016 jewellery line “Coco crush”.
We cant wait to see what Karl has in mind for this new campaign with one of his favorite muses in front. It probably wont be the last time we see Kiera Knightly wearing beautiful Chanel jewellery.
It’s not the first time, Pilgrim enlists a Danish top model to be the face of the brand but with the choice of Josephine Skriver for the newest campaign Pilgrim Jewellery adds more cool-factor than ever.
Josephine Skriver is one of the most in demand models of the moment appearing in countless magazines, fashion shows and editorials worldwide. Her cool demeanor has made her a genuine Victoria’s Secret angel, but she is also known for her great political commitment to include LGBT issues and respect for rainbow families worldwide.
Now the 24-year old Danish top model has added another campaign to her impressive resume as she is fronting the Autumn Winter 2016 campaign for Pilgrim Jewellery.
The collaboration between Josephine Skriver and Pilgrim makes a powerful statement regarding the need for companies to work with models that epitomize the brand and its core values – and Josephine Skriver does exactly that. With her classic beauty yet cool factor simplicity and her dedication to the cause she believes in.
Josephine Skriver follows in the footsteps of Helena Christensen, Caroline Corinth, Emma Leth and Mathilde Gøhler who all previously have been working with the Danish jewellery company.
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The third store opening and more in the pipeline is the way forward on the Japanese market for the Danish jewellery brand, Carré jewellery, who this year celebrates their 25th anniversary. Carré introduced the colourful storeconcept in Japan for the first time in 2001 and are now ready to open their third store.
Only about 1000 people in the world will ever get to see these Argyle Tender diamond 2016 stones and of course we were there, when the unique two-day exhibition of rare Argyle pink diamond jewellery was exhibited in Copenhagen. We felt quite lucky to have seen and almost touched this years Argyle Pink Tender stones which this year happened to be quite exceptional, comprising a number of extraordinary signature pieces. The ones below were the five most significant diamonds, ranging from Fancy red to Fancy vivid purplish pink and of course the Hero of them all a 2.83 carat bluish Violet – the largest Violet ever found in the mine.
It’s fantastic to see Jewellery having a platform during a fashion week as it is a crucial part of the fashion world.
Editors were buzzing about The Jewellery Room as if it was one of the most soughtafter shows in town. And it was
Beautifully styled and was such an easy and accessible way to experience many brands gathered under one roof.