Chopard Iconic Happy Diamonds Collection exceptional event in Kuwait
Chopard together with partner Trafalgar have hosted an one-of-a-kind event to share the happy Spirit of its iconic Happy Diamonds Collection with their guests. Ever since its creation, Chopard Happy Diamonds Collection has distinguished itself by the joyful swirl of precious dancing diamonds.
Chopard along with Trafalgar chose to welcome their guests in the renowned art gallery “Cap” located in Industrial Shuwaikh in Kuwait City. This “Contemporary Art Platform” is one of the biggest non-profit art centres in the Middle East region, for modern and contemporary art. It is in this universe completely immersed with modern art and design that Chopard welcomed guests to some original animations including numerous entertaining games, props, instant photos. Guests also enjoyed the happy music vibe, as a lively female DJ was guiding their dance steps, embodying the very feeling of freedom that surrounds the carefree spirit of this iconic collection.
The latest Happy Diamonds jewelry collection was inspired by nature and represents pop art inspired flowers with a modern twist. The floral Happy Diamonds Collection comprises a pendant, ring and earrings in 18ct White or Rose gold.
Also, Chopard’s most iconic collection has similarly nurtured in the past a passion for hearts. Its Happy Hearts Collection likewise acquired a new look when Chopard revisited this love collection by combining its lucky charm, the heart, with precious colours. Henceforth, the traditionally openwork hearts have now become “solid” turquoise, onyx or mother-of-pearl hearts placed along slim White or Rose gold chains.
The playful spirit of the Happy Diamonds Collection is also found in the Happy Diamonds signature design watches where mobile and free of all settings, diamonds dance joyfully between two sapphire crystals.
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