High Jewellery Ball: de Grisogono and Petra Peter’s Events at the Badrutt’s Palace in St. Moritz

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Petra Peter’s Events had the honor of reconfirming the collaboration with the prestigious brand De Grisogono, one of the most exclusive and creative high-end jewelry houses in the world, for the great event held in St. Moritz on January 4: the “High Jewellery Ball”.

An evening of class, luxury and fun in a fantastic setting at the Badrutt’s Palace, which also saw a unique performance of the soprano Hibla Gerzmava.

Petra Peter’s models, dressed in the clothes of the designer Irina Schrotter, paraded wearing the magnificent jewels of de Grisogono.

Photography by muccitas.com

 

On the notes of “Diamonds are Forever” sung live by Leon Garner band, the models have been able to enhance the class and the spirit of de Grisogono interpreting the sensuality and femininity of the collection.

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De Grisogno

The evening continued with the music of DJ Matt.

This sparkling event in the mood of Grisogono, opened the year 2019 in style.

www.petrapeter.com

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