Discover the jewelry which made us dream on big screen. Between the jewelry and the cinema, it is a real love story. Jewelry in the cinema often have a major role. Audrey Hepburn in Tiffany’s Breakfast wears a necklace of impressive pearls and a central piece sets with diamonds. Kate Winslet remains unforgettable with the Heart of the Ocean, in Titanic, either still Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina who wore a necklace from Chanel, decorated with flowers in impressive white gold and diamonds. Marilyn Monroe as for her, remains unforgettable in men prefer the blondes, where she wears a necklace and bracelets of yellow diamonds cut in the shape of pear.
Movie: Desire, by Frank Borzage, 1936 Actress: Marlene Dietrich Jewelry: In 1936, Marlene Dietrich was the star of the film as a jewel thief. A performance where we saw the actirce own jewels, just like this clip decorated with a 97 carat emerald created by Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin.
Movie: Notorious, by Alfred Hitchcock, 1946 Actirce: Ingrid Bergman Jewelry: A somber history of espionage enameled of sublime diamond necklace form Harry Winston, wore by the radiant Ingrid Bergman.
Movie: Gentelmen Prefer Blondes, by Howard Hawks, 1953 Actress: Marilyn Monroe Jewelry: This diamond necklace, sublimated by the pink satin of its strapless dress, glistening according to roguish sound Diamonds are a girl’s best friend
Movie: Madame de…, by Max Ophüls, 1953 Actress: Danielle Darrieux Jewelry: A pair of heart-shaped shaped earrings… A symbol of love immortalized in black and white by the eye of the director Max Ophüls.
Movie: To Catch a Thief, by Alfred Hitchcock, 1955 Actress: Grace Kelly Jewelry: Young fortunate heiress, the beautiful Grace has eyes only for the mesmerizing look of Cary Grant, when the spectator is agog by this necklace of glittering diamonds straight from her diaphanous skin.
Movie: Sissi face à son destin, by Ernst Marischka, 1957 Actress: Romy Schneider Jewelry: A crown of Hungary affixed on Romy Schneider’s long curly hair, which will have made turn many heads.
Movie: Breakfast at Tiffany, by Blake Edwards, 1961 Actress: Audrey Hepburn Jewelry: “I’m just CRAZY about Tiffany’s!” It is in front of the shop window of the house of jewelry that this attractive gold digger spends most of her time. A cult movie and a gone down in history image: this necklace and this brooch underlining the shape of this small black dress signed by Givenchy.
Movie: Cleopatra, by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1963 Actress: Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry: Richard Burton did not lie when he said “Liz knows only a single word in Italian, and it is Bulgari”. And it is on the shooting of the movie that begins the romance between the actress and the Italian house, so adorned with earrings, with watch Serpenti or with golden and turquoise blue mirror imagined by Bulgari for this mesmerizing Cleopatra.
Movie: Titanic, by James Cameron, 1997 Actress: Kate Winslet Jewelry: Unquestionably, the star of the jewels of movies: The Heart of the Ocean. Glorified on the Rose’s naked skin, this false blue sapphire follows the main lines of the history of the Hope Diamond, which thrones in Smithsonian Institution of Washington.