Vanessa graced a short event by Cartier with a exquisite beige dress by Magda Butrym (costs 1745€ and is available here). Enjoy the pictures now in the gallery:
Vanessa has, finally, officially created her production company. We first heard of her wish back in September last year (here) and Aluna Entertainment has finally been brought to the light of the day:
Netflix has inked a multi-year first-look deal with actress and producer Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) and her production company Aluna Entertainment.
Kirby has partnered with former Film4 Senior Executive Lauren Dark to develop and produce a slate of features with a focus on female-centric stories.
Dark joins newly minted Aluna from Film4, where she oversaw development and production on a number of films. Credits include Florian Zeller’s Oscar-winning debut The Father and Rebecca Hall’s Passing, Prior to Film4, she produced Michael Pearce’s debut Beast starring Jessie Buckley and Johnny Flynn for which she won a BAFTA with Pearce in 2019.
The London-based production company also teams with co-founder Martin Ledwith and development executive Juliet Kirby.
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As we knew through the years, Vanessa has some funny stories considering her father’s profession (Urologist) and this time Vanessa was his plus one for a Royal Society of Medicine event where they have formally inaugurated him as the new president.
Vanessa graces a new campaign for Cartier, Studio 7, which will be available to the public from July 23rd to August 08:
Saatchi Gallery is pleased to host Studio 7 by Cartier, from 23rd July to 8th August 2021 – a portrait exhibition celebrating the Maison’s seven most iconic creations across watches and jewellery: Santos, Tank, Trinity, Love, Juste Un Clou, Panthère and Ballon Bleu.
Whether passed down from generation to generation or a symbolic marker of a precious moment, Cartier creations bring a sentiment like no other. Studio 7 by Cartier pays tribute to a century of incredible stories narrated through these seven Cartier collections. For the very first time, this unique show of your Cartier moments are told through a photographic journey from the past to the present, exclusively at Saatchi Gallery in London.
Gallery 2 – INSPIRATION – introduces a new dimension of portraiture, bringing to life modern day friends of the Maison wearing Cartier creations from all seven collections, with a personal meaning close to their heart. A series of black and white portraits by renowned British photographer Mary McCartney are projected on a floor to ceiling screen, for a fully immersive experience. Actor Vanessa Kirby is seen wearing her Juste Un Clou bracelet, whilst boxer Ramla Ali models her Panthère watch and Mary McCartney is seen with her Love bracelet in a self-portrait. Other friends of the Maison include milliner Stephen Jones OBE, actor Emma Corrin, director and actor David Oyelowo OBE amongst others.
Studio 7 by Cartier brings to life a new chapter of Cartier stories in Gallery 4 – ENCOUNTERS – a dynamic and evolving exhibition space where select portraits taken in the Cartier Studio are displayed in a mosaic of digital screens. Unique print out portrait photographs will be printed in black and white for guests, a keepsake for years to come.
This was also promoted via a article in Harper’s Bazaar which is now on the gallery as well.