Tiffany & Co. dressed global and regional celebrities in the latest high and fine jewelry collections for the inaugural Ball of Arabia. The star-studded event took place in the Burj Al Arab in support of UNICEF’s Girls Education and Empowerment Program.
Jessica Kahawaty, Lara Stone, Lara Scandar, Maritta Hallani, Aram Kabbani and Salma Abu Deif all donned designs from the latest fine jewelry collection, Tiffany Paper Flowers, as well as styles from iconic collections such as Victoria, Tiffany T, HardWear and Schlumberger.
Jessica Kahawaty sparkled in high-jewelry designs from the Paper Flowers collection including a platinum brilliant diamond bracelet and the cluster diamond earrings, styled with a band ring from the Victoria collection.
Lara Stone stunned in a one-of-a-kind waterfall necklace in platinum with approximately 100carats paired with an art deco cocktail watch in white gold with over 3,000 mixed-cut diamonds, finished with cluster diamond earrings and a bracelet from the Victoria collection.
Lara Scandar styled a green tourmaline pendant necklace with an enchantment bangle and mixed cluster diamond earrings from the Victoria collection.
Maritta Halani donned a diamond cluster ring from Paper Flowers collection paired with a cocktail watch in white gold mixed with cluster drop diamond earrings, a diamond bracelet and necklace from the Victoria collection.
Aram Kabbani dazzled in rings from the Paper Flowers collection, one open ring design and the yellow diamond cluster ring in platinum.
Salma Abu Deif stunned in a number of pieces across a variety of collections, her look included a white gold Tiffany T wire ring, dazzling diamond and ruby Tiffany Key necklace, a number of diamond wire rings, ruby diamonds earrings and others striking designs.
Hana Ben Abdesslem styled three designs from the Paper Flowers collection including a diamond cluster necklace, cluster ring and earrings. These were matched with a diamond and sapphire cushion cut platinum ring.
Ciara, the talented American singer, songwriter, dancer and model, kicked off the after party with a captivating performance of some of her classic hits. Joining the event were also regional stars including Dorra Zarrouk Tunisian actress from Egypt, renowned Lebanese singer Maya Diab, designer Mariam Yehia and the celebrated Egyptian actress Yasmine Sabri.
Mohamad Hadid, Ali Mostafa, Fatima Al Momen, Anas Bukhash and Nardine Farag also attended the dinner and drinks reception to partake in the exclusive auction which raised funds to empower vulnerable girls with a comprehensive package of education and protection services to help them reach their full potential.