By Frances Hopes
Fabulous fine jewellery and timepieces were the accessories of choice for the brightest stars at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Gala, which took place in New York on 1st May.
Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore hit the red carpet in earrings featuring 114.36ct of yellow and orange sapphire briolettes, 4.61ct of diamond briolettes and 38ct of diamonds set in 18ct white gold from Chopard’s Copacabana collection. She teamed this with one ring featuring 41.68ct of multi-coloured sapphires set in 18ct rose gold and one ring featuring 6.06ct of diamonds set in 18ct white gold, both from Chopard’s High Jewellery collection.
Also opting to dazzle in Chopard, French actress Léa Seydoux selected to wear earrings featuring one 5.02ct pear-shaped diamond, one 5ct pear-shaped diamond, 6.96ct of diamond beads and 43ct of rose-cut diamonds set in 18ct white gold from the High Jewellery collection. This was paired with one ring featuring one 5.01ct heart-shaped brilliant-cut diamond and 82ct of diamonds set in 18ct white gold from Chopard’s High Jewellery collection and one ring from Chopard’s Ice Cube collection, which featured 26ct of diamonds set in 18ct white gold.