French luxury atelier Messika enlists a cast of leading faces for its 2019 campaign and supermodels Kate Moss, Joan Smalls and Dutch actress Sylvia Hoeks appear in these glamorous shots. Photographed by renowed Mert & Marcus, the trio wear sensual leather pieces which go along with Lucky Move pieces.
I wanted to create a trio of girls, a gang that would represent women in their diversity and each of whom, whatever their age, would embody a type of beauty
says Valérie Messika.
Created by Mert & Marcus, this campaign infuses crazy energy into the Messika diamond collections.
Featuring the iconic Kate Moss, Dutch actress Sylvia Hoeks and Puerto Rico-born model Joan Smalls, the contemporary celebrity trio depict the Parisian collection's versatility of attractive jewelry.
They are strong women who breathe their own style into diamond jewelry. They influence diamonds and not the other way around. According to tradition, Messika's jewelry promotes the smallest detail, the subtle nuances of shade and charm. This is, in fact, the main characteristic of Messika’s jewelry.
Once the prerogative of nobility, diamonds took a colossal step forward toward modernisation. A new, confident and fashion-conscious generation, looking for an unique expression of individuality rediscovered presious jewelry. The Messika style epitomes nonchalant glamour, sensual in its intimacy with the skin, both raw and refined. Design and craftmanship are seamlessly integrated: new technology liberates design, and design pushes the boundaries of craftmanship.
It was just a bit over a year ago that Rolex launched a new website under Rolex.org, dedicated to perpetuating the Founding Spirit of Rolex, as inherited from the man behind the Crown.
When craftsmanship and exclusive material come together, that is when timeless beauty really starts to impress.
It is exceedingly rare for a Rolex watch to combine a largely steel exterior with the lavish use of diamonds: this Lady-Datejust 28 ranks among those select few, very special pieces.
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