It wasn’t just Bambi Northwood Blyth’s striking model looks which drew attention at the Philipp Plein fashion show in Cannes (16th May). The Australian model graced the red carpet wearing Lark & Berry jewellery and proved to be the perfect muse for our cultured diamonds.
Set with 14K rose gold, the Halo studs feature two large rings of sparkling cultured diamonds to gently frame the face. Simply put, these gorgeous earrings offer maximum radiance with minimal effort. Perfectly blending simplicity with loud tones, Northwood Blyth contrasted the sparkle of the Halo Studs with a vibrant LBD featuring ruffles and a bold flower print.
Earlier in the evening, Northwood Blyth played with more of an elevated look courtesy of drop earrings from our forthcoming Lark and Berry Collection.
Similar to the Flora Diamond Earrings, the Drops boast a classic foliage of cultured diamonds with a removable emerald drop for modernised pizzazz.
Other pieces in the Halo Collection include the Halo Diamond Pave Trio Necklace boasting three rings similar to the earrings, the Halo Full Diamond Pendant and the Dark Halo Sapphire Pendant with matching drop earrings. All pieces in the range feature 14K rose gold and our cultured diamonds.
When she wasn’t admiring Lark & Berry’s sparkling diamonds, Northwood Blyth caught up with fellow model Martha Hunt aboard the Justa Delia yacht. Hunt was also adorned in an array of pieces from our Dune Collection, which features bright sapphire stones and 14K yellow gold.
You’ll find Lark & Berry’s luxury jewellery features cultured diamonds, which have been grown using innovative technology to avoid causing damage to the environment and local communities like their mined counterparts do.
We aim to disrupt the diamond industry for a cleaner future and greater transparency about where your diamonds come from.