Berkeley Bespoke had the pleasure to attend a Gala dinner hosted by Ulyana Sergeenko and Faidee Jewellery House at the Hermitage Hotel in Monte Carlo
Ravi Lunia and Ulyana Sergeenko
Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo
Berkeley Bespoke and Eduard Kalivoshko had the pleasure to attend a Gala dinner, hosted by a gracious Ulyana Sergeenko and Ravi Lunia, celebrating an exclusive jewellery exhibition at the Hermitage Hotel in Monte Carlo.
A launch of the jewellery showcase “Salon Belle Epoque” has been attended by the guests from all around the World, including Vera Brezhneva, Nadezhda Obolentseva, Svetlana Bondarchuk, Natalia Yakimchik, Irina Milova, Olga Slutsker, Ekaterina Smirnova and many others.
Ulyana Sergeenko with guests
During the Gala evening, Ulyana Sergeenko and Ravi Lunia presented a collection of jewellery “US x Faidee”. For the first time the joint collection was presented at the Ulyana Sergeenko Couture show, which took place on July 3rd as part of the high fashion Week in Paris. The designer and jewellers were inspired by the first ladies’ collective image and their favorite accessories.
Faidee Jewellery Collection
The exclusive collection includes: two necklaces of three tiers of pearl pearls, the clasp of which is crowned by a ruby cabochon, framed by diamonds; elegant ruby earrings and a ruby brooch with a playful bow. Burmese rubies were used to create the collection, which were supplemented with South sea pearls, white diamonds and 18-carat white gold.
Since its very origins, Faidee has sought to create unique jewellery that is designed and manufactured with a deep reverence for the Art. From the selection of the best roughs and precious metals, each and every choice they make is intended not only to acknowledge the traditions of the past, but also to advance these ideals.
The expert artisans immaculately cut, polish and set each stone with an unrivaled level of intricacy and precision; every detail is meticulously crafted, giving Faidee jewellery an inherent beauty that is exceptional in both its modernity and timelessness.
Eduard Kalivoshko and Vera Brezhneva