Audrey Dana and Piaget
Won over by the creativity and originality of Piaget’s collections, actress Audrey Dana was keen to partner the brand by becoming ambassadress for France of the Piaget Rose jewelry collection, one of the iconic collections of Piaget.
Her talent, which has been hailed by critics since her screen debut, combined with her generosity and unusual career path, make her a multi-faceted actress and have earned her a place at the heart of her generation of great French actors.
She was discovered by the public through Claude Lelouch in the film, Roman de gare ("Crossed Tracks"), which went around the world and earned her a César nomination in the Most Promising Young Actress category, as well as the Romy Schneider prize. Amongst others, she has performed in Philippe Lioret’s "Welcome" for which she won a new nomination as Best Supporting Actress.
While she tends to take on intensely dramatic roles in her films, which are shot all over the world, she has also proved herself to be equally brilliant as a comedy actress, stunning everyone with her role in Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache’s Tellement proches ("So Happy Together").
Audrey Dana recently received a standing ovation from theatre lovers for her performance alongside Johnny Hallyday, in the legendary role of Myrtle, in Tennessee Williams’ "Kingdom of Earth", at the Théâtre Edouard VII.
A complex and multi-facetted personality, Audrey Dana was naturally drawn to jeweler and watchmaker Piaget, and particularly to the Piaget Rose collection, with its resolutely contemporary aesthetic associating the soft glow of gold with the strength of sparkling white diamonds. Adorned with a sculpted, lacework rose, a range of sautoir necklaces, ear clips and Piaget rings have all smoothly adopted this glam rock style.