Chow Tai Fook Shows Winning Jewelery Designs by Central Saint Martins Students

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unnamed (4)Leading jewelery brand Chow Tai Fook, which is renowned in mailand China, Hong Kong and Macau, unveiled an exhibition of glamorous jeweleries designed by students from Central Saint Martins College of Art, Design and Performance on Apr. 28. Presented at K11 Atrium, the exhibition, joining forces with world-leading London design school, gave CSM students an exclusive opportunity to have their designs dreams realised at Chow Tai Fook. Opening to public from April 29 to May 4, five of the thirteen winning designs are showcased at the exhibition with winning students and CSM professors unveiling the show.

Mr. Adrian, Art Pioneer and Executive Director of Chow Tai Fook Jewelery Group, initiated the collaboration, through which he wants to tap into top design talent from design school and offer the next generation opportunity to gain design experience and insights.

unnamed (5)Each comprising three pieces of fine jewelry, all thirten winning designs are made by Chow Tai Fook’s superb materials and exquisite craftsmanship. Five are chosen for exhibition, among which Yumei Tang’s creation The Dancing Bamboo got inspiration from Cambodian bamboo fish containers and the hanging floral ornaments while Le Bourhis’ work The Hiss of Gold features snake which offers a variety of motifs and used in Cambodian cuisine. Other creations include The Wishing Columns, The Apsara and The Route to Glory.

All thirteen winning jewellery sets will be displayed and available for purchase exclusively at Chow Tai Fook’s Central branch from 30 May to 1 June.

 

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