Basically everything Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful touches turns to gold—or in our case, diamonds. (After all, the fashion visionary is exactly who the Natural Diamond Council approached to write the foreword of our Assouline book.)
Enninful’s new interview with with Ana de Armas, star of the newest James Bond film, No Time to Die and our For Moments Like No Other campaign, proves no exception. Tune in to see the duo talk about Armas’s roles in Bond, her upcoming Marilyn Monroe biopic, and—of course—diamonds.
Spoiler alert: by the end, the duo wanted each other to sign their Diamonds: Diamond Stories copies, and also got up-close and personal with the diamond jewellery, all of which we’ve outlined below.
All of the Diamond Jewellery Featured in Ana de Armas’s British Vogue Interview with Edward Enninful
Captivating and distinctive—like the flamenco itself—these baguette diamond hoops hold a unique, twisting torque. As a result, the stones flash and flicker when viewed from any angle—especially when dancing in the streets.
Recalling both the sun rising over a cyan sea and a clover-like dash of luck, these multi-diamond stud earrings feature a slightly convex and outsize build, covering most of the earlobes.
With modified pointed links at its center, this chain and pavé diamond necklace is utterly unique and equally as eye-catching. Style-wise, it puts the pedal to the metal.
18 karat white gold (available in yellow, white or rose gold)/ 8.35 carats / 2 millimeters
This beautiful eye-catching ring is adorned with 6.5 carats of ethically sourced round brilliant diamonds. Crafted from 18 karat white gold, the Legends of Africa Iconic Diamond Ring is a truly stunning piece that embodies the beauty and spirit of its incredible continent. This timeless ring can be worn as a unique standalone piece or paired with the Legends of Africa Iconic Diamond Earrings for ultimate impact.
Inspired by Beethoven’s legendary Moonlight Sonata, this exceptional 18 karat white gold diamond ring is punctuated by natural diamonds, like musical notes on a score. A delicate and sophisticated piece, it wears beautifully alongside other styles from the collection. All diamonds in this piece are consciously sourced and meticulously set by De Beers’ team of experts, their weight totaling approximately 1.07 carats.
52 round brilliant micropavé diamonds are set into the frame of this bangle. Each one is ethically sourced, selected by eye and precisely matched by our team of experts to ensure harmony and balance across its form. Their total weight is approximately 0.64 carats. The bangle is oval-shaped for comfort, and crafted from 18 karat white gold at a width of 2.0 mm. It wears beautifully alone, or alongside other bangles from the DB Classic collection and can be mixed with the yellow gold and rose gold iterations for a playful, personal flair. This piece is available in three sizes: 15, 16 and 17 centimeters.
Graphic and elegant, this pair of diamond earrings evokes the regenerative vitality of the lotus flower through marquise-shaped, princess cut and round brilliant diamonds. Set in 18 karat white gold, this exceptional collection of diamonds is suspended in a sculptural drop from the ear. Each one has been ethically sourced and hand-selected using more than 130 years of De Beers expertise. The combined diamond weight totals approximately 2.08 carats. These dazzlers would wear beautifully alongside a necklace or bracelet from the same collection.
De Armas’ standout Chopard pieces featured in the James Bond film No Time To Die include an undulating necklace featuring a number of stone cuts (including baguette and teardrop), modified (and quite grand) diamond hoop earrings, and a show stopping bracelet with alternating extensions of diamond strips, creating a flame-like effect of brilliance, motion and resplendence.