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Angels and Demons star Ayelet Zurer the show in Rome premiere

Angels and Demons star Ayelet Zurer captivates the Fashion World and steals the show on the red carpet. Israel's hottest superstar shined the brightest when she joined co-stars Tom Hanks & Ewan McGregor at the world-premiere of the highly anticipated sequel to The Da Vinci Code's, Angels and Demons.


Oooh la la…Are diamonds always a girl's best friend?
Zurer proves that her smoldering beauty and talent are only rivaled by her exceptional sense of style. While most celebrities choose diamonds as part of their wardrobe repertoire, this sultry siren made a bold statement when she graced the red carpet with a dramatic pairing of Elizabeth Mason's exquisite form fitting couture gown and a single show stopping masterpiece called the DIVA Bangle chosen from the world class collection of FREY WILLE. Jewelry inspired by Art. The piece worn by Zurer pays hommage to the artist Alphonse Mucha. FREY WILLE is an internationally acclaimed jeweler and is celebrated for selecting famous works from the great masters such as Claude Monet, Gustav Klimt, Hundertwasser and many more to craft unique, colorful designs of luxury jewelry and accessories.

Just when Hollywood was thirsting for glamour, think again! Israel's darling Ayelet Zurer's fresh approach to the fashion scene intoxicates her audience and gives a whole new meaning to Hollywood glam by collaborating with A-List celebrity stylist Emma Trask to fortify her chic effortless style that rocks America!

About FREY WILLE
For more than five decades FREY WILLE has been the global leading company in artistic jewelry of precious enamel and lists enormous achievements with its unique design concept by the FREY WILLE creative team of artists, goldsmiths and experts of fine enameling. A limited jewelry production and exclusive distribution in Europe, Asia and the US are at the centre of the brands philosophy. FREY WILLE now owns 56 flagship boutiques on three continents: shops in Milan, Paris and London as well locations in Moscow, Dubai, Los Angeles and Beijing. Headquarters and place of production are located in Vienna.

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