Marion Cotillard touches up Chopard Ice Cube collection
In May 2013, Marion Cotillard was the first actress to wear initial items from Chopard's sustainable Green Carpet collection on the Cannes red carpet.
Two years later, her first go-to jewellery design was a Chopard bracelet made of ethical gold and set with black opals which were fully traceable and mined responsibly.
In 2020, the partnership continues with the Ice Cube Capsule by the Marion Cotillard collection, which was recently launched at the Ritz Hotel in Paris.
The Academy Award-winning actress and fervent environmentalist together with her styling artistic director Eliott Bliss revisited Chopard's Ice Cube, launched in 1999, to fashion a ring and set of earrings.
The iconic jewellery comprises graphic alignment of small-faceted cubes. Cotillard infused the geometric design with asymmetry for an even more contemporary look and feel.
In the set, the clip earrings are all different, complementary, and made to be worn alone or as part of a playful mix and match. The ring is composed of two rings connected by a princess-cut solitaire diamond.
The pieces are crafted from Fairmined-certified ethical yellow gold and diamonds sourced from suppliers certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council.
Under its Journey to Sustainable Luxury concept, Chopard promotes responsible and ethical luxury items, by making customers aware of the origin of the raw materials.
Fairmined-certified ethical yellow gold earrings set with princess-cut diamonds.
A Fairmined-certified ethical yellow gold ring with a princess-cut diamond.