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Messika Celebrates Worldwide Girls’s Day at Carlyle and Co

Messika Celebrates Worldwide Girls’s Day at Carlyle and Co

With exclusive access to Rosewood’s Carlyle Club, Messika proves that diamonds and jazz are a perfect match.

Messika has long been associated with strong women and femininity. Since the French jewellery maison was founded by Valérie Messika in 2005, it’s become synonymous with pieces that inspire its wearers to be bold and daring. It’s no surprise then that the brand counts some of today’s most revered and powerful women as fans, from Gigi Hadid, Carla Bruni and Rihanna to brand ambassadors Kendall Jenner and Kate Moss.

Since arriving in Hong Kong with the opening of its Harbour City flagship boutique in 2020, Messika’s ethos of celebrating boldness and freedom of expression has also struck a chord with the city’s style set, all of whom were out in force to celebrate International Women’s Day with their most trusted diamond dealer.

Messika used the day to thank their most loyal clientele with an exclusive dinner at the elite private members club Carlyle & Co., an apt venue for the bringing together of fashionistas and high jewellery.  

Guests arriving on the 56th floor were first treated to a sneak peek of Messika’s new launches, including flame-shaped gold and diamond jewellery from the suitably named Fiery Collection and the newest So Move line of statement diamonds. More special still was the high jewellery on display, such as the precious Move Iconica set, inspired by ancient Egypt, and the resplendent Desert Bloom set from the Born to Be Wild collection.

Joining esteemed Messika patrons were Hong Kong society darlings Lillian Ho, Sue Chang, Fiona Mcleish and Anjaylia Chan, who all sported a ravishing selection of jewels from the brand.

With such fine company, the champagne started flowing and the crowd moved to take their seats in Café Carlyle, where guests enjoyed a divine three-course dinner of Burrata, lobster and lemon meringue pie.

As guests dined, talented cabaret director and vocalist Vita Starken provided the night’s entertainment. Along with drummers and a bassist, Starken charmed the crowd with music and also spoke about the importance of women supporting women.

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The vocalist Vita Starken

There wasn’t a dry eye in the house as Starken sung a soothing blues rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow, recalling when, as a teenager, she first heard a female jazz singer perform the song, a moment which inspired her career path.

As the band wrapped up, the women said their sorry goodbye’s and slipped home to lay their diamonds to rest.

Source: Prestige Online

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