At the premiere of the new Bondiana series, chic jewelry from Chopard, Omega and Harry Winston ruled the ball.
The premiere screening of 007: Spectre took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Daniel Craig, the lead actor, appeared on the red carpet accompanied by two “Bond girls”.
Naomie Harris, who plays Miss Moneypenny, Bond’s personal secretary, in the new film, has chosen an exquisite 1955 Omega secret watch. The watch is set with 110 diamonds and features a secret dial, which is covered by a diamond-encrusted cover. The elegant Omega watch, which also makes an appearance in the film, was the perfect match for the orange strapless dress from Stella McCartney. To add a little more sparkle to the evening, Harris wore nearly 40 carats of diamond jewelry from Harry Winston, including a 19.61-carat Premiere diamond necklace, 5.03-carat stud earrings and a chic 3.06-carat Loop gemstone ring.
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Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux chose spectacular Chopard jewelry for the evening. Bellucci, who in the film plays the role of Lucia Sciarra, the widow of Agent Spectre killed by Bond at the beginning of the film during a spectacular scene in Mexico City, wore long earrings with triangular diamonds to complement the spectacular cleavage. The actress wore two gorgeous Chopard rings on her left hand, one set with a 15.8 carat sapphire and the other with a 14.8 carat emerald cabochon. These stones go perfectly with the emerald-colored corduroy dress by Ralph & Russo.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, wowed guests at the reception with a gorgeous blue Jenny Packham gown, which she complemented with topaz and diamond earrings from London jeweler Robinson Pelham. It’s worth mentioning that this very designer was honored to create earrings for the wedding ceremony of Kate Middleton and Prince William.