Last week we gathered an inspiring group of women to kick off the new season. The event brought together creatives, artists, lovers of jewelry, family & friends to present our latest collection Charms and celebrate some of the values that resonate deeply with Engelbert.
Craftsmanship has always been the cornerstone of Engelbert's legacy, and this event was a testament to our commitment to the craft. Guests had the opportunity to witness the painstaking attention to detail that defines Engelbert's creations before they were treated to an immersive experience diving into fine culinary delights from Michelin-starred restaurant Nour.
The Charm Collection, unveiled at the event, was the highlight of the evening. This collection is a tribute to self-expression, allowing wearers to curate their own unique stories through a selection of beautifully designed charms. Each charm is a miniature work of art, representing different aspects of life, love, personalities, and personal experiences. Whether you choose a charm to commemorate a memorable moment or simply to express your individuality, the Charm Collection encourages you to create a piece of jewelry that is uniquely yours.
Family was the third and final value emphasized this evening. Family is not only about blood ties but also about the bonds we form with chosen people we hold dear. Jewelry can be a symbol of these meaningful connections. Something more than just metal and gemstones; a reflection of the things that matter most in our lives, celebrating moments of happiness.
Sofi Engelbert, Caroline Winberg, Giovanna Engelbert, Nina Siemiatkowsky & Emilia de Poret
Gizem Erdogan & Emilia de Poret
From left: Charlotta Zetterström, Nina Siemiatkowsky, Annica Eklund, Giovanna Engelbert, Emilia de Poret, Hedda Stiernstedt, Caroline Winberg, Sofi Engelbert & Kajsa Schuterman
Emilia de Poret & Jeanette Mix
Lina Callerström, Charlotta Zetterström & Nathalie Schuterman
Nadia Kandil & Cia Jansson
Johanna Pietsch, Charlotta Zetterström & Marina Schiptjenko
Giovanna Engelbert & Filippa von Heidenstam