During the Venice Film Festival, Chopard unveiled a new addition to the brand’s Green Carpet Collection, an ethically-produced Haute Joaillerie necklace by Caroline Scheufele and Livia Firth.
The necklace is the result of a collaboration between Chopard and Eco-Age Founder Livia Firth. The partners joined the Green Carpet Challenge, which seeks to promote dialogue between ethics and aesthetic creations. In line with this missive, the first two models were revealed during the Cannes Film Festival where they were worn by actress Marion Cotillard, who is greatly passionate about the project.
The new necklace furthers the production of Chopard’s commitment to sustainable development. It is composed of 144 pear-cut diamonds (43.1 carats) set on 18-carat white gold, and so delicate and natural that flatters to neckline of all who wear it.
The project is supported by the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) that has provided the gold from which both necklaces have been crafted.
Aligning ethical production with beautiful jewelry creations, the Green Carpet Collection highlights the crucial link between the interior and exterior beauty of luxury item.
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