Friday, 17 May 2013
The Golden Goose PR fashion team has flown to glamorous Cannes to reveal the first ever sustainable high jewellery collection by Chopard, in partnership with Eco-Age and Livia Firth.
Together, Chopard and Eco-Age have launched ’The Journey’, a commitment to sustainable luxury, and this new collection is the first of its green carpet pieces.
For the very first time, the pieces have been set in sustainably sourced Fairmined gold from artisanal community mines in South America, supported by the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) – a Colombia based charity and developer of the Fairmined standard - and use diamonds from mines certified to the high standards of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), sourced from IGC Group.
Chopard, by working alongside Eco-Age GCC and ARM, will help transform the lives of artisanal and small scale gold miners in South America and protect the natural resources and wildlife they depend
Our very own Harriet Vocking is helping to spread the word about the new collection along with Livia Firth and the Eco-Age team tonight.
We are excited to add that Harriet is dressed head-to-toe in Suzannah couture and about to board a luxury yacht for a very special soiree...
Watch this space!
Proving that self storage can live up to its name, Golden Goose PR together with our clientAccess Self Storage launched a social media campaign this week with a short film showing two python-suited female contortionists Pixie Le Lott and Oohla Lowri cavorting in a 6ft locker.
Apparently, they're not the most unusual item stored. The company cites live fish, cut grass and 1,000 right foot shoes as their most bizarre requests.