Fields the Jewellers showcased their latest collection of lab-grown diamonds and bridal jewellery range to a host of well-known faces at the bougee Ladurée Café on South William Street, Dublin this week.
The much-loved Irish jewellery brand took over the Ladurée Café on South William Street to host an exclusive event for celebrities including TV presenter Natasha Rocca Devine and celebrity stylists Fiona Fagan, Lorna Duffy and influencers such as Dillon St Paul and model January Winters.
Fields is one of Ireland’s most loved and recognised brands and was delighted to host a flock of jewellery-loving fashionists to get a first look at their latest drops.
Highlights of the collection on show included the newest born™ Lab-Grown Diamonds range, which Fields recently introduced into several stores and online.
The Born range consists of 57 lab-grown diamond designs from engagement rings, to wedding bands to the perfect self-gifts such as a classic tennis bracelet, pendent diamond stud earrings and a diamond solitaire necklace.
As engagement season is fast approaching, Fields wanted to inspire brides to be with their vast selection of bridal jewellery, and so the evening had a bridal theme running through it, with florals reminiscent of a bridal bouquet placed throughout the stunning venue.
In a night that radiated glamour and sophistication, Fields put on an unforgettable display in the cosy French themed café. Guests were welcomed with a bespoke cocktail reception from The Dublin Liberties Distillery, who designed both an “Old Fashioned with Copper Alley”, a twist on the classic, but utilising macarons in the drink, as well as a “Ladurée Mocha with Oak Devil” combining coffee, chocolate and of course whiskey! Throughout the evening, esteemed guests were treated to exquisite fare from the Ladurée menu, where culinary delights such as mini Croque Monsieurs, salmon croissant bites and morish desserts perfectly complemented the opulence of the event.
Guests such as Cathy O’Connor and Sophie Vavasseur enjoyed the champagne and Ladurée macarons, (bearing the Fields logo of course!), taking in the beautiful tablescapes of diamonds and florals designed by event stylist Grace Cahill and one lucky attendee walked away with a pair of diamond stud earrings and a diamond pendant from the born™ collection worth €2,145.
Speaking about the event’s success, Fields Head of Customer Growth Emily Lyons said; “We are thrilled with the overwhelming response to our latest “born™ Lab-Grown Diamonds” collection. We are grateful for the support and appreciation shown by the guests and media for this Irish owned business. This current collection available in stores across Ireland and online, represents a culmination of our passion for exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design, and we are excited to share it and are anticipating high demand over the coming months as the festive season approaches.”
As the evening ended, guests departed with renewed view of all that Fields has to offer to brides to be, but also anyone looking for something special for their nearest and dearest on a special occasion. . The successful launch press event marked a new chapter for Fields, solidifying their position as a leading purveyor of elegance and luxury amongst Irish jewellery retailers.
Featured Image: Natasha Rocca Devine, Avila Lipsett and Dillon St. Paul
Picture Andres Poveda
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