American model Grace Elizabeth wore two pieces from the Graff tribal collection at the British Fashion Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall yesterday. The Tribal Collection is a contemporary reinterpretation of commonly understood symbols found in nature, embodied in pendants, earrings, necklaces and rings.
Graze Elizabeth opted for round diamond Climber Tribal earrings and a round diamond five-row tribal necklace to complete her British Fashion Awards look. Both works feature sculptural oval patterns known as Graff Portals, which represent elemental power and sublime symmetry.
Round diamond climber tribal earrings carat total weight 5.4, set in white gold. Following the serpentine silhouette, the sleek diamond ring connects with a series of Graff Gateway motifs. Round Diamond Five Row Tribal Necklace totaling 22.91 carats, also set in white gold.
The five rows that make up the collar are emblematic of the overall tribal theme. Three rows of round gemstones are accompanied by a repeating pattern of the signature tribal motif, angled to both catch light and draw the eye.
According to the jeweler, Grace was Elizabeth Graff’s “fine jewelry muse.” When Graff kicks off his two-year wedding campaign in September 2022, Elizabeth takes the lead. In this campaign film, Elizabeth stars in her own love story alongside her real-life husband, German soccer player Nicolas Krause: Elizabeth and Krause secretly shared in a private ceremony two years ago Married, with only two best men at the time due to restrictions imposed by the pandemic.
To celebrate the release of the real-life romance, Graff redesigned his promise setting and reworked the timeless design to maximize the brilliance of the diamond.
Elizabeth was also involved in jeweler GRAFFABULOUS’s jewelery campaign, which aimed to harness the power of the extraordinary treasure trove of gemstones – diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires totaling 3,600 carats. The British Fashion Awards will be presented on Monday 5 December 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
During the ceremony, a special fashion show paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, with models walking the circular catwalk in British designers and footage of the monarch played on screens around the concert hall.