In the heat of the Award Season, Swiss horologer Jaeger-LeCoultre cheap fake watches UK teamed up with creative brand consultancy Finch & Partners to premiere “The Art of Behind the Scenes” photo exhibition in Los Angeles.
Held February 11th – 26th at the KP Projects Art Gallery, the display offers an intimate glance behind the cameras of some of the most iconic movies of the past century. Here are Audrey Hepburn, unwinding on the set of Two For the Road, Brigitte Bardot playing cards and puffing on a cigarette during Viva Maria, Quentin Tarantino, John Travolta and Uma Thurman frolicking together during Pulp Fiction, and David Bowie during The Man Who Fell To Earth. Celebrating the art of Hollywood and that of photography, many of the showcased pictures are rare and never seen before.
Curated by Finch & Partners, “The Art of Behind the Scenes” goes back to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where it debuted at the Charles Finch Filmmakers Dinner and Awards at the Hotel du Cap. In May 2016, Jaeger-LeCoultre replica watches UK took the photographic collection to the New York Film Festival.
This year, the pictures arrived in Los Angeles with a benefit reception on February 21st, whose star-studded guest roster included producer Brett Ratner, actress Julia Sands and designer Ozwald Boetang among others.
The exhibition shapes the latest scene in Jaeger-LeCoultre’s long-standing involvement in the world of movies. Promoting the appreciation and preservation of film, the watchmaker has forged close ties with the best artistic film festivals around the world – from New York to Shanghai. It also presents the annual Glory to the Filmmaker Award.
All prints of “The Art of Behind the Scenes” are available for sale both online and in the gallery. A percentage of the proceeds goes to Ghetto Film School, which annually educates and engages over 1500 aspiring filmmakers free of charge.
IWC Schaffhausen cheap fake watches aremuch more than a luxury watchmaker. It is a social mover, dedicated to empowering children through the Laureus Sports for Good Foundation.
In February, the Swiss horologer focused on its philanthropy through the Laureus World Sports Awards, which celebrated both prominent athletes (Nico Rosberg, Usain Bolt and Simone Biles to name a few) and Laureus’ charitable projects.
Many VIP guests to the prize ceremony in Monaco, including Boris Becker, Serhij Bubka, Michael Johnson, Mika Häkkinen and Katarina Witt, stepped on the red carpet in trainers in support for the #sneakersforgood campaign. Bearing the celebrities’ signatures, the shoes are to be auctioned to raise funds for Laureus’ numerous youth projects throughout the world.
The event also saw Laureus ambassadors Nico Rosberg, Formula One world champion, the double Olympian champion cyclist Fabian Cancellara and the Ironman World Champion Jan Frodeno, among others, engage in a discussion on Laureus Sports for Good Foundation’s ongoing work with underprivileged youth. To foster awareness, the three athletes took part in a 30-kilometer (close to 20 miles) bike tour from Monaco to Ventimiglia.
Also pedaling for good were extreme cyclist Patrick Seabase, Nadine Rieder, Sofia Wiedenroth and Morgane Such of the AMG Rotwild Mountainbike Racing Team as well as influencers Jessica Kahawaty, IWC new Middle East ambassador, Nel-Olivia Waga and Linda Mutschlechner.
Meanwhile, Swiss cyclist Fabian Cancellara, Dutch footballer Ruud Gullit and Scottish track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy received their initiation into the Laureus World Sports Academy, which now numbers over 60 sports legends and do-gooders. To mark their welcome, IWC cheap replica watches UK CEO Christoph Grainger-Herr presented each with the novel Da Vinci Chronograph Edition “Laureus Sport for Good Foundation” watch.
The 1,500-limited edition IWC timepieces flaunt a blue dial and a special back engraving of the winning design from the IWC children’s drawing competition “Time Well Spent.” A percentage of the novel Laureus watch sales will flow toward the organization’s activities.
“We are proud to support this foundation,” said Grainger-Herr in a press statement, “it is a cooperation that allows us to bring about lasting changes in the lives of thousands of children and adolescents.”