Audrey Dana in Cannes
On Sunday May 27th, talented French actress Audrey Dana climbed the famous red-carpeted staircase at the 65th closing ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival, adorned in Piaget Rose jewelry.
First seen on screen in the film “Roman de Gare” (Crossed Tracks) by Claude Lelouch, which earned her a “Meilleur Espoir” (Most Promising Actress) nomination in the French “César” film awards, Audrey Dana subsequently proved herself in “Welcome” directed by Philippe Lioret, as well as “Tellement Proches” by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache.
She recently captivated audiences to match her immense talent by taking on the legendary role of Myrtle in Tennessee William’s “Paradis sur Terre” (Kingdom of Earth) at the Théâtre Edouard VII in Paris.
Won over by the creativity and originality of the Piaget Rose collection, she graced the red carpet ceremony wearing a Piaget white pearl and diamond sautoir necklace, as well as a Piaget Rose ring set with sparkling diamonds.