Rock & Roll: Chopard's New Ice Cube Collection
September 7, 2017 | BY Hong Kong Tatler
Antonia Li and Veronica Lam model the new Ice Cube collection by Chopard
Effortlessly edgy, the design of Chopard’s Ice Cube is a play in geometry with its sharp and clean lines, revisiting the brand’s jewellery range from the 90s inspired by ice cubes. The collection features rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets, in yellow, white and rose gold and in polished or diamond-set versions.
Utterly wearable, the pieces can be worn solo, or stacked with your own jewellery and more Ice Cube pieces. What’s more, all pieces from this collection are crafted in Fairmined gold, or gold certified to have been sourced ethically.
Seen as the ultimate 21st century jewellery with its urban chic styling, go-getting vibe and social awareness, Chopard invited Antonia Li and Veronica Lam—two of Hong Kong’s fiercest and most accomplished millennials—to show us just how to rock the Ice Cube line.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few years, you would know Li, through a digital creative agency called Indicube she’s co-created with childhood friend Ruth Chao, is behind many of the city’s coolest and most glamorous new ventures and events. Among Indicube’s biggest clients are Lily and Bloom, Buzz Concepts, Estée Lauder and Mr Porter.
Marching to her own beat—literally and otherwise—Lam is the co-founder of HARDBIT Music, through which organises musical events in Hong Kong and Asia; and heads VL (Veronica Lam Inc.), a company that promotes her art and photography projects. She also runs Big Honour Entertainment with her father Lam Kin-ming, a diverse entertainment company that invests in local films/concerts and talent management.
Inspired? Perfect timing, since the Ice Cube just launched in Hong Kong. By all means, pick the perfect Ice Cube piece for you and discover your stealth cool self.
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