Chopard Highlights Their Green Carpet Collection In Upcoming James Bond film

Chopard Highlights Their Green Carpet Collection In Upcoming James Bond film

Chopard’s latest collection defines the modern Bond woman.

Maison Chopard announces their role as official partners to the upcoming 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die. The luxury watchmaker-jeweller is highlighting three pieces from their Green Carpet Collection in the film. Leading actress Ama de Armas, in her role as Paloma, wears a necklace set with pear-shaped diamonds to a total of 43 carats and a bracelet made of an 82 carat cascade of pear-shaped diamonds and brilliant cut diamonds around her wrist. To complete the look, a pair of earrings made with 14 carats of pear-shaped diamonds.

The three pieces are selected haute joaillerie pieces from Chopard’s Green Carpet Collection, the first range of jewellery to be made from entirely sustainable materials. The gold used in the collection is ethical Fairmined certified gold while the diamonds are sourced from suppliers certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council.

As an extension of Chopard’s partnership with EON Productions, the studio has owned and made James Bond films since 1962, the maison is releasing a new Happy Hearts collection inspired by Caroline Scheufele’s vision of the James Bond woman. The collection, named Golden Hearts, combines the brand’s emblem of the heart with ethical rose gold as a nod to the material that has been embedded in James Bond’s imagery since the release of Goldfinger in 1964.

The Happy Hearts – Golden Hearts collection consists of a bracelet, earrings, pendant and sautoir necklace. Designs are a playful mix of the iconic Happy Hearts motif, alternating between large and small hearts, and offering a second version of the design that sees the large heart set with diamonds.

No Time To Die is set for global cinematic release in April 2020, and will star Daniel Craig reprising his role as the charismatic super spy, as well as Ama de Armas, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harries and Ralph Fiennes.

Header image: Chopard, photographed by Greg Williams

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