The Most Glamorous Night In Watchmaking: The Chopard Jewelry I Wore To The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2015 | Quill & Pad

The Most Glamorous Night In Watchmaking: The Chopard Jewelry I Wore To The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2015 | Quill & Pad

For once I will be a regular lady and discussion about something particularly female here: the arrangement and arranging that go into arranging an outfit for an enormous occasion. For this situation, the enormous occasion being the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève , watchmaking’s greatest night.

If you’re female, you’ll realize exactly the thing I’m discussing, so I’ll essentially bypass the way that I had discovered my dress months previously, while the coordinating shoes and pack came later. That was an enormous relief.

However, I was still left with the main part: I needed to find some solution for my gems and which watch to wear. In the event that I was a major celebrity introducing at the Oscars, I presumably couldn’t save myself from offers of acquired gems. Seeing, in any case, as I am a humble writer, I must be proactive on the off chance that I needed to ooze some additional sparkle on the enormous night.

So I went to my companions at Chopard .

Trying on the Chopard Classic watch shrouded in 410 precious stones at the boutique in Geneva

Choosing a jewelry to wear to the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève at the Chopard boutique

Rue du Rhône 27, Geneva

On the day of the large occasion, I wore garments with a comparative neck area to the midnight blue dress I decided for the GPHG and headed toward the Chopard lead boutique on Geneva’s stylish Rue du Rhône.

The Chopard boutique in Geneva

In case you are new to this road, you should realize it comprises the Swiss city’s biggest and poshest shopping territory. It additionally is home to boutiques of a large portion of the major (and numerous minor) watch brands.

This Chopard boutique in Geneva was set up in 1986 and was the first to open in Europe.

Upstairs at the Chopard boutique on Rue du Rhône it looks similar as a comfortable living room

The boutique returned in 2013 in the wake of being revamped with the new leader plan idea by French engineer Thierry W. Despont. This plan mostly incorporates furnishing the shop with a recognizable, warm look so when you are guided higher up you feel as though you are entering somebody’s wonderfully selected living room.

The jewelry

This is the place where the painstakingly considered neck area of my walker day garments became an integral factor: I picked an outfit with a similar shape as should have been obvious if the state of the neckband I was to acquire would suit my dress without getting all glammed up in the center of the day – which I don’t need to advise you would have looked pretty silly.

The precious stone and-pearl accessory I wore to the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève with my day garments at the Chopard boutique

The neckband that the boutique supervisor recommended comprised a more extended 18-karat white gold drop chain. At the point when I saw it, I was uncertain it would suit the round neck area, yet when I had put it on, I realized it was perfect.

Choosing a jewelry to wear to the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève at the Chopard boutique

The fragile chain was hung with probably the most boggling gems I think I have at any point seen. These incorporate abnormal rose-cut precious stones, which is a style that isn’t normally seen today. Most brands currently favor stones with the cutting edge splendid cut, which reflects substantially more light.

All three acquired bits of Chopard adornments, all set to the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève

Three rose-cut jewels separate huge Tahitian pearls of changing tints running between bronze, pink, and anthracite at the ideal spans, with a white one put up front where the three strands meet. The lobster hook safely holding the chain together at the back was additionally pavé-set with diamonds.

The biggest pearl is the one at the lower part of the chain: a nine-karat Tahitian in the ideal turbulent anthracite hue.

The delightful Chopard accessory now with the right impressive night clothes

The studs I acquired to go with the dazzling neckband were 18-karat white gold creoles set back to front with 86 enormous precious stones. These shockers come from Chopard’s Haute Joaillerie collection.

The watch

I had initially planned to wear one of my own watches to the function as I had done before (this was my fourth spell on the jury), yet when the boutique administrator pulled out a flawless little watch canvassed in precious stones and controlled by a mechanical development, I was (maybe excessively effectively) convinced to wear it for the night so my wrist would reflect the same amount of shimmer as my neck and ears.

The completely jewel set Chopard Classic that I wore to the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève

This dainty magnificence comes from Chopard’s Classic line. Its fragile looking 18-karat white gold case and stunning dial are canvassed in 410 splendid cut jewels for an aggregate of more than five carats.

On stage with the Chopard Classic at the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève

One thing is without a doubt: my inward female was exceptionally fulfilled that evening.

For more data on Chopard’s watch and gems lines, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.chopard.com .