Fine Art Of High Jewelry And Time Pieces Gala At The Louvre

George Ledes, Symrise's Isabelle Vacheret and Rhona Stokols

George Ledes, Symrise’s Isabelle Vacheret and Rhona Stokols

The National Jewelry institute and the Parsons School of Design hosted the first ever Fine Art of High Jewelry & Timepieces gala diner at the Louvre with the participation of Tiffany & Co, Vuitton, Bulgari, DeGrisogono, Dior, Chopard, Boucheron, Lorenz Baumer, Hermes and Symrise.

Judith Price, founder of the National Jewelry Institute, and Joel Towers, Dean of Parsons, joined forces to create a unique event where guests were treated to a private visit of The Department of Decorative Arts’ new galleries, The Art of French Living, from Louis XIV to Louis XVI.

               Symrise's Beatrice Mouleyre and Princess Lilly Zu Sayn Wittgenstein

               Symrise’s Beatrice Mouleyre and Princess Lilly Zu Sayn Wittgenstein

Le Bristol Hotel’s renowned chef Eric Frechon created a special menu for the soiree.

Guests included: Juliette Binoche, Princess Lilly zu Sayn Wittgenstein Berleburg, Mr Jean-Louis Goubin, Mr. Peter Price, Mrs. Susan Gutfreund, Ms. Beatrice Mouleyre, Ms. Emilie Coppermann; Ms. Lea Vignal Kenedi, Ms. Isabelle Vacheret,  Mr & Mrs. George Ledes, and Ms. Rhona Stokols.

                                         George Ledes, Judith Price, and Joel Towers

                                         George Ledes, Judith Price, and Joel Towers

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