Nina Dobrev was wearing 29 Harry Winston Carat Diamond Chandelier Earrings at the Met Gala 2019 Red Carpet.
- Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 32.57 carats, set in platinum
- Sparkling Cluster Diamond Ring, 2.32 carats, set in platinum
- Lotus Cluster Diamond Ring, 1.28 carats, set in platinum
Lucy Boynton was wearing Harry Winston’s Iconic Winston Cluster & Forget-Me-Not Collections.
- Winston Cluster Diamond Earrings, 9.51 carats, set in platinum
- 4 Forget-Me-Not Sapphire and Diamond Rings, approx. 2.25 carats each, set in platinum
At the 2019 MET Gala red carpet, DEMI MOORE was wearing the Harry Winston’s Secret Cluster Diamond Necklace with Perfume Bottle.
- Secret Cluster Diamond Necklace with Perfume Bottle, 20.27 carats, set in platinum
A hand-carved rock crystal vial suspended in a necklace with 469 marquise, pear-shaped, and round brilliant diamonds, set in platinum.
- Secret Cluster Diamond Earrings, 9.72 carats, set in platinum
- Secret Cluster Diamond Fashion Ring, 6.57 carats, set in platinum
- Diamond Crossover Ring, 1.75 carats, set in platinum
Tonight, Harry Winston, the “King of Diamonds,” holds court on the 2019 MET Gala red carpet, dressing stars including: Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Demi Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Lucy Boynton & Nina Dobrev.
JENNIFER LOPEZ was wearing Harry Winston’s “Purple Dragon Necklace” set with a 65.32 Carat Purple Sapphire
- Purple Sapphire and Diamond Necklace, 129.48 carats, set in platinum
- A one-of-a-kind 65.32 carat cushion-cut purple sapphire masterfully set in a cluster of round brilliant, pear- and marquise-shaped diamonds and set on an exquisite diamond necklace.
- Vintage 1972 Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 29.59 carats, set in platinum
- Secret Cluster Diamond Bracelet, 67.22 carats, set in platinum
- Secret Cluster Diamond Bracelet, 66.82 carats, set in platinum
- Cushion-Cut Diamond Ring, 15.99 carats, set in platinum
- Sunflower Diamond Ring, 2.4 carats, set in platinum
Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into supply chain strategy is the way forward. Ask yourself:
- Are the SDGs being integrated into your business strategy?
- Which SDGs are the main focus (materiality exercise) for business?
- What are the challenges of incorporating the SDGs into business strategy, the level of communication and measurement on SDG impacts?
If you act responsibly, you will find opportunity. RJC members play a key role in advancing the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. These opportunities range from having a safe working environment (SDG3), promoting gender equality in the workplace (SDG5), decent work and economic growth (SDG8) and developing circular economy models (SDG9).
We need more than ever inclusive leadership. Big companies and small enterprises must show top-level commitment and accountability to understand and assess their impacts, engage in meaningful dialogue, and to innovate their business models to develop communities on the ground. And companies need to measure – what is material to your organisation and how do you quantify progress?
Partnerships (SDG17) will achieve transformative change. The panel session closed with all panellists agreeing not to reinvent the wheel and duplicate efforts. We must co-invest in solutions to shared challenges. This means we need to work more than ever together to align efforts. This is where progress will depend – on synergies and collective action taken on the ground.
Sustainability drives financial and operational performance. Companies are realising significant cost savings through retention employees, improved health and safety conditions and environmental sustainability, related operational efficiencies and access to finance. Moreover, investors are more and more now able to track the high performers on ESG (environmental, social and governance factors) and are correlating better financial performance with better ESG performance.
Italian actress, Monica Bellucci dazzled on the red carpet wearing a necklace from Cartier’s new High Jewellery collection, Magnitude, at the screening of Claude Lelouch’s Les Plus Belles Années d’une Vie during the 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival. This marks the worldwide debut of the necklace, a tribute to Maria Felix who commissioned in 1975, as a special order, the Cartier Paris Crocodile necklace, previously worn by Monica Bellucci in 2006 during the 59th Annual Cannes Film Festival.
Lebanese director, Nadine Labaki also chose Cartier jewellery at the closing ceremony of 72nd Cannes Film Festival. She wore Les Oiseaux Libérés earrings in white gold set with gray mother-of pearl, emeralds, ruby beads and diamonds.
French actress, Noémie Merlant also chose Cartier jewellery at the closing ceremony of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. She wore Cartier High Jewellery earrings in white gold set with diamonds Ring in white gold set with diamonds.
Tonight, revered French actress, Catherine Deneuve stunned in Cartier High Jewellery as she presented La Palme d’Or award at the Closing Ceremony of the 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival. Catherine Deneuve wore High Jewellery bracelet in platinum set with one 19.03-carat cabochon-cut emerald, diamonds and pear-shaped emerald eyes high jewellery earrings in platinum set with two emerald beads and diamonds essential Lines ring in white gold set with diamonds.
Lorena Rae was a vision of glamour on the red carpet at the screening of ‘Oh Mercy!’ during the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival. For her Cannes debut, the German model chose the Desert Bloom High Jewelry earrings and the Snake Dance ring from the ‘Born To Be Wild’ collection.
The American supermodel, Jasmine Tooks looked stunning on the AmfAR’s red carpet for the 72nd Cannes Film Festival wearing a pair of Ventaglio earrings in white gold set with white diamonds (17.50cts) with a Divina by de GRISOGONO ring in white gold set with white diamonds (12.25 cts).
The Swedish top model, Elsa Hosk adorned a unique de GRISOGONO High Jewellery necklace in white gold set with briolette-cut white diamonds (289.45 cts), white diamonds (5.87 cts) and emeralds (0.02 cts).