At yesterday’s British Fashion Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall, American model Grace Elizabeth wore two pieces from the Graff tribal collection. The Tribal Collection is a modern take on well-known natural symbols. It is made up of pendants, earrings, necklaces, and rings that all have these symbols on them.
To complete her British Fashion Awards look, Grace Elizabeth chose round diamond Climber Tribal earrings and a round diamond five-row tribal necklace. Graff Portals, sculptural oval patterns that represent elemental power and sublime symmetry, appear in both works.
white gold round diamond climber tribal earrings with a total weight of 5.4 carats. The sleek diamond ring connects with a series of Graffiti Gateway motifs as it follows the serpentine silhouette. 22.91-carat round diamond five-row tribal necklace set in white gold
The five rows that comprise the collar represent the overall tribal theme. Three rows of round gemstones are set against a repeating pattern of the signature tribal motif, which is angled to catch light and draw the eye.
Grace was Elizabeth Graff’s “fine jewellery muse,” according to the jeweler. Elizabeth takes the lead when Graf launches his two-year wedding campaign in September 2022. Elizabeth stars in her own love story in this campaign film, alongside her real-life husband, German soccer player Nicolas Krause. Elizabeth and Krause secretly married two years ago in a private ceremony. married with only their two best men at the time due to pandemic restrictions.
Graff redesigned his promise setting and reworked the timeless design to maximise the brilliance of the diamond to commemorate the release of the real-life romance.
Elizabeth was also involved in the jeweller GRAFFABULOUS’s jewellery campaign, which aimed to harness the power of an extraordinary treasure trove of gemstones totaling 3,600 carats. The British Fashion Awards will be held at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday, December 5, 2022.
A special fashion show paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II during the ceremony, with models walking the circular catwalk in the designs of British designers and footage of the monarch shown on screens around the concert hall.