Elizabeth Hurley opens exhibition at the house of Wagner

Elizabeth Hurley opens exhibition at the house of Wagner

The two family companies of Chopard and Juwelier Wagner are linked by a successful partnership going back over many years. Quality, perfection and creativity are the characteristic values of the company philosophy of both houses.

It is the vision of tradition that stands behind the successful redesigning of the Juwelier Wagner premises: the desire to retain what is special, confidence in the unique quality of fine pieces of jewellery, the love of detail that confirms our knowledge and ability.

“Beauty as the shining light of truth” can scarcely find a more powerful expression than in the breathtaking Chopard Haute Joaillerie exhibition opening which enchanted the 350 guests – figures from the Austrian business world, politics and society. Caroline Gruosi-Scheufele, Co-President of Chopard, who as Creative Director was herself responsible for the many different facets of the collections, was welcomed by Mr. Hermann Gmeiner-Wagner as a “kindred entrepreneurial spirit”. In both cases it is clear what passion and enthusiasm are able to achieve.

The evening was introduced by Christian Reichhold, who had great pleasure in welcoming the guest of honour, Elizabeth Hurley, the attractive and extremely charming jewellery ambassadress of the house of Chopard, who had travelled from London for the event. She opened the exhibition and gave even greater brilliance to the fine and costly jewellery on display. Yet again Juwelier Wagner succeeded in providing its guests with an unforgettable evening of glamour and an irresistible sense of international flair.

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