Bond movies are full of all things beautiful; right from their beautiful movie-making skills, to the breathtaking locales, they are shot in. The dapper James Bond and his arm candy Bond girls have been exceptionally attractive since the inception of the fab franchise but let’s get excited here when I say they have some serious competition. What could be more pleasing to the eyes than Bond and his stunning girls? Chopard’s jewels! Yep, the Chopard Green Carpet collection (called so as it is entirely made from sustainably mined materials) is all set to dazzle us in the 25th installment of Bond films, No Time to Die, adorned by Ana de Armas, who plays Paloma, a CIA agent, in the movie. All in all Chopard jewels will wow the world in a total of 140 carats of dazzling diamonds. One look at these stunning pieces and a dying person will say, ‘please wait, no time to die’! Three pieces were selected of which the Chopard bracelet is the most imposing with a total of 82 carats of pear-and brilliant-cut diamonds. The other two pieces are a grand Chopard necklace set with 43 carats of pear-shaped diamonds and earrings set with another 14 carats of diamonds.
The latest James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ is slated to be released in April 2020 and the actress will be seen wearing the jewelry made by Chopard on the red carpet at the film’s premieres in several cities.