In a splendid ode to the glamorous era of the 1970s, Chaumet, the venerable jewellery Maison, transported its esteemed guests back in time on the evening of September 26.
Nestled in the heart of Place Vendôme, the historic backdrop, Chaumet unveiled its newest installation, “A Golden Age: 1965-1985,” in an unforgettable soirée that echoed the spirit of that bygone era.
Paris Fashion Week served as the perfect stage for this extravagant affair, where friends of the Maison were treated to an enchanting journey through the creative madness of the seventies.
The evening was a unique blend of nostalgia and opulence, as Chaumet’s exquisite jewellery pieces took centre stage within the private salons of 12 Vendôme. These elegant spaces were meticulously redecorated for the occasion, exuding an atmosphere that was nothing short of reminiscent of the iconic “Saturday Night Fever.”
The guest list was a star-studded affair, with notable names from the world of fashion and entertainment gracing the occasion. Supermodels Coco Rocha and Toni Garn adorned themselves with Chaumet’s stunning “Perspectives de Chaumet” pieces, adding an extra touch of elegance to the evening. Producer Clara Mc Gregor and the Princess of Hanover, Alessandra de Osma, opted for the timeless allure of Chaumet’s heritage pieces, showcasing the Maison’s enduring craftsmanship.
Among the other luminaries present were Zita d’Hauteville, Alex Rivière, Gabrielle Caunesil, and Ahmad Kontar, all adding their own unique charm to the cocktail party.
Chaumet’s “A Golden Age: 1965-1985” installation not only paid homage to a bygone era of creativity and extravagance but also cemented the Maison’s timeless place in the world of haute joaillerie. It was a night where the past and the present came together in a symphony of elegance and luxury, a true testament to Chaumet’s enduring legacy in the world of fine jewellery.
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