The Event

Venice La Mostra

Jaeger-LeCoultre unveils its new collection: a major highlight in La Mostra’s calendar of glamorous events

The Watch Quote™ - September 3rd, 2007

Diane Krüger & Judith Godrèche

On Friday August 31st, 2007, at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Nikki Beach at the Venice International Film Festival, the Reference in fine watchmaking presented a new collection of jewellery watches revealing unique expertise.

A colourful throng of celebrities gathered to celebrate this event hosted by Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO, Jérôme Lambert.

The stunning Diane Kruger contributed to the guests’ sense of enchantment by wearing one of the famous creations from the Manufacture: the 101 Etrier in diamond, equipped with the world’s smallest mechanical movement.

Joely Richardson also dazzled at the event, wearing the new extraordinary watch - La Tulipe.

Judith Godrèche, who flew in from Paris accompanied by Maurice Barthélemy, had selected a Reverso Serti Neige for the evening.

Indian actress Karisma Kapoor elegantly represented the talent and beauty of her country, accompanied by her husband, a famous polo player.

Meanwhile, Italy was naturally very much in the spotlight, with Valeria Solarino, Anna Valle, Claudia Gerini and Eva Riccobono… in attendance.

Over 300 people revelled in a magical atmosphere created in a beautiful venue, enhanced by a dinner of quintessential Italian refinement and the glamour of Haute Joaillerie. During this unforgettable evening, the Manufacture once again demonstrated its creativity, its modern touch and its ability to constantly reinvent horology.


Two Extraordinary watches sparkled with intense radiance

Crafted within the workshops of the Manufacture, La Rose and La Tulipe required the expertise of the finest gem-setters and a level of sophistication and refinement unprecedented in the field of jewellery timepieces. In the end, 3,000 precious stones made the Extraordinary jewellery watches glittered like flowers at sunrise.

Joely Richardson avec La Tulipe de Jaeger-leCoultre
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