Divine party: De Grisogono maison brightens Cannes

 In the very elegant frame of ‘Hotel Eden Roc in Capes d’Antibes, it was held the brightest party of the Còte D’Azur.

At the end of the 68th Cannes Film Festival, Sir Fawaz Gruosi, founder of the high jewelry house De Grisogono, wished an event truly sensational. Each year his  De Grisogono party is always the most anticipated of the festival. This year among the many guests attending the DIVINE party were also the model Cara Delevigne (radiant with her high jewelry jewels with emeralds, diamonds and rubies  from the “One of a kind” collection), the actress Natalie Portman, Karlie Kloss, Paris Hilton, Antonio Banderas, Leonardo DiCaprio, Adrian Brody, Natasha Poly … just to name someone.

De Grisogono organized a special dinner for 700 guests immersed in the park of the luxurious Eden Roc and following a special party and fashion show called “Divine” to be precise, where the protagonists were the De Grisogono jewels from the  High Jewelry collections.

The incredible  after party was then entertained by the performance of Robin Thicke surrounded by luminescent robot that turned around the guests tables.

Exceptional even the mise en place, the decorations of the park (where from the trees came down bright crystal chandeliers) and surely the clothes and jewelry of guests. In addition to Italian and foreign celebrities, many women of ‘international high society have indeed shone for the elegance of their creations of high fashion and the beauty of their jewelry… De Grisogono of course!

A unique event in Cannes where our team could not miss. Our friend Grace Pitorri in fact, was the special envoy, to make us live this moment and share every detail with you.

I leave you with the photos of copious red carpet of stars and I invite you to see the video of the event on the home page of the site.

 Have a good weekend!

























Photo courtesy: De Grisogono press office



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