One Of The Best Women's Jewelleries-Chopard Red Carpet Collection 2016

2016 is the Chopard 10th Red Carpet jewellery, Chopard launches the newly jewery to marks it. The collection looks so shiny and sporty, it is one of the best collection for women.

Uniting the highest realms of creativity and technical expertise, the collection sings with intricate, colourful high jewellery pieces that epitomise the glamour and femininity of this star-studded event.

                       

First introduced in 2007 to mark the 60th anniversary of the festival, the Red Carpet collection is orchestrated by Chopard co-president and creative director Caroline Scheufele, and draws on the immense talent that thrives within the Swiss Maison. Each year, the number of red carpet jewellery pieces grows by one to match the number of festival editions, so this year 69 high jewellery creations will be unveiled to celebrate the 69th iteration of the event.

This year sees the introduction of coloured gemstones to the Green Carpet collection through Chopard’s partnership with Gemfields. The Swiss jewellery house is breaking new ground by featuring ethical, fully traceable Zambian emeralds validated by brand consultancy Eco-Age through its Green Carpet Challenge Principles of Sustainable Excellence.

                                   

Overall, the focus for this year’s Red Carpet collection is very much on statement necklaces, with flowing open-worked designs set with snowy white diamonds or vibrant coloured gemstones, which are the ideal complement for glamorous designer gowns.

Chopard Red Carpet necklace with a white opal, emerald beads, and coloured gemstones such as topaz, amethysts and rubies (POA).

                                    

Alongside the more traditional rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds sit a plethora of more unusual gemstones such as black opals, fire opals and sculpted jade. One of the most spectacular pieces is a tie-necklace set with a white opal surrounded by a riot of colour in the shape of emerald beads, sapphires, rubellites, tsavorites, topazes and amethysts.