Actually me and my mom are the big fan of the brand, and my first ring of Chaumet was the Josephine.
It's a good combination of modern and classic.
The most I like about the brand is the history part of it and the spirit, I think the most beautiful woman is not knowing how beautiful and grace she is, it's all about the inner part.
The confident doesn't really come from outside or anything, I think it's something more, something beyond what we see.
yeah I think a woman with emotion with fearless and stillness is the most beautiful and gracecharacter.
After nabbing the titular role in Disney’s live action adaptation of Mulan, actress Crystal Liu Yifei was spotted out and about in Monaco yesterday attending an event for the luxury French jewellery brand Chaumet.
In complete contrast to her sword wielding character in the movie, the actress fairly sparkled in a floaty nude pink gown with an exquisite diamond tiara made up of intertwining leaves completing her ensemble.
Netizens too are loving her look, calling Liu Yifei a veritable goddess with her peachy make up and pale skin accented with bright coral lips. She looks every inch like a princess don’t you think, and truly living up to her nickname of “Fairy Sister”. Truth be told she kind of reminds me of a ballerina in Swan Lake, especially that back view shot of her! Wow!
In more Liu Yifei news, the actress adds another feather to her cap, taking on the mantle of Maison Chaumet’s newest ambassador for their beautiful bejeweled creations. The lucky duck! ?It feels like 2019 is Liu Yifei’s year to shine and we can only hope that her star will continue to shine even brighter in the future.
刘亦菲身穿裸粉色纱裙，戴着叶子做的发饰，耳坠、妆容精致；唇色、眼影和长裙相搭，女神气质十足。头戴的CHAUMET冠冕也太美了， 油画般的颜值，美艳不可方物 ……
还有刘亦菲接受时尚杂志《ELLE》的采访，朗诵了英国作家 埃克哈特·托利（Eckhart Tolle ）的书 Stillness Speakes （《无声胜有声》） 中的一段话：
Thoughts, emotions, sense perceptions,
and whatever you experience makes up the content of your life.
"My life" is what you derive your sense of self from,
and "my life" is content,
or so you believe.
You continuously overlook the most obvious fact:
your innermost sense of I AM
has nothing to do what happens in your life,
nothing to do with content.
That sense of I Am is one with the Now.
It always remains the same.
In childhood and old age,
in health or sickness,
in success or failure,
the I Am—the space of Now
—remains unchanged at its deepest level.
It usually gets confused with content,
and so you experience I Am
or the Now only faintly and indirectly,
through the content of your life.
In other words:
your sense of Being becomes obscured by circumstances,
your stream of thinking,
and the many things of this world.
The Now becomes obscured by time.
And so you forget your rootedness in Being,
your divine reality,
and lose yourself in the world.
Confusion, anger, depression, violence, and conflict
arise when humans forget who they are.
Yet how easy it is to remember the truth
and thus return home:
I am not my thoughts, emotions, sense perceptions, and experiences.
I am not the content of my life.
I am life.
I am the space in which all things happen.
I am consciousness.
I am the Now.