All the right moves

Queen of mar­tial arts Michelle Yeoh re­veals her fem­i­nine side as she talks jew­ellery with

Prestige (Singapore) - - JEWELLERY - Candice chan

best known for her kick-ass moves in ac­tion and mar­tial arts movies, former Miss Malaysia and Bond girl Michelle Yeoh is also a reg­u­lar red-car­pet dar­ling. Opt­ing for fig­ure-hug­ging out­fits that play up her pe­tite and toned body to her full ad­van­tage, the soon-to-be Mrs Todt (she has hinted at fi­nally ty­ing the knot with long-time beau Jean Todt, pres­i­dent of the Fédéra­tion In­ter­na­tionale de l’au­to­mo­bile and former chief ex­ec­u­tive of Fer­rari) be­lieves in the “less is more” ap­proach when it comes to ac­ces­soris­ing.

Al­though this re­straint means she is rarely seen in com­plete jew­ellery en­sem­bles, Yeoh made an ex­cep­tion with Damiani’s en­chant­ing Pea­cock set, com­posed of a large pair of ear­rings, a cock­tail ring and a state­ment cuff. Yeoh hand-picked these jew­ellery to go with a fit­ted black cock­tail dress, which she wore to the brand’s Mas­ter­pieces gala din­ner in Sin­ga­pore ear­lier this year. She even­tu­ally added the Mas­ter­piece Shi­rod­hara neck­lace to her en­sem­ble.

Hardly in one coun­try for long, the busy ac­tress re­cently ap­peared in the Net­flix-pro­duced Marco Polo Sea­son 2 (July 2016), Me­chanic: Res­ur­rec­tion (Au­gust 2016) co-star­ring Ja­son Statham and Jes­sica Alba, and Mor­gan (Septem­ber 2016), di­rected by Luke Scott and co-star­ring Kate Mara. How were you in­tro­duced to damiani?

I’ve known about Damiani for a long time. I lived in Italy for a while be­cause of Jean. Once in Mi­lan, I walked past a Damiani bou­tique and thought:

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