Bambi Northwood-Blyth sparkles wearing Lark & Berry’s fine diamonds in Cannes
Posted on June 07 2018
Lark & Berry were joined by model Bambi Northwood-Blyth in Cannes this week (16th May 2018) to celebrate the launch of our sparkling cultured diamonds.
Situated on the French Riviera aboard our private yacht, the Justa Delia, guests such as Victoria’s Secret model Martha Hunt, influencers Kate Tik and Nina Suess, and socialite Lady Victoria Hervey, marvelled at our beautiful fine jewels.
Northwood-Blyth couldn’t help but model a pair of our scintillating emerald drop earrings from the forthcoming Katrine Collection, which are similar to the Flora Diamond Earrings and Flora Emerald Drops. Both are perfect for adding a confident burst of colour to your evening outfit.
The Australian model was clearly feeling floral as she complimented the jewellery set with a black jumper adorned with bursts of embroidered flowers. Ever the perfect muse, Northwood-Blyth teamed the sweatshirt with a pair of matching luxe tracksuit pants demonstrating how our Katrine and Flora collection can be styled with athleisure effortlessly.
Perfect for those special occasions, the Flora line is truly dazzling boasting 18K white gold, a bright foliage of our cultured diamonds and interchangeable sapphire, emerald and ruby drops for earrings and necklaces, creating a bold yet sophisticated look.
Other pieces from the collection include the Flora Diamond Station Necklace, which comes sprinkled delicately with trios of diamonds around the 18K white gold chain and with the option to add a removable drop.
Channelling her fellow model’s floral-inspo, Hunt attended our launch party wearing an orange and blue floral maxi dress enhanced stylishly with our Sapphire Sun Drop Earrings and Blue Ellipse Necklace.
All of Lark & Berry’s luxury jewellery features cultured, also known as cultured, diamonds which have been grown in a lab 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.