The star-studded Jameson Empire Awards were held last night at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London and Tresor Paris was delighted to sponsor the Best Male Newcomer Category.

 On arrival at the red carpet, guests were greeted by television presenter and DJ; Alex Zane, as well as the media team from Tresor Paris who caught all the red carpet action from Sophie Turner, Richard Armitage, Amara Khan and Emma Thompson. Head to the Tresor Paris YouTube page for all the latest.

 With spring fast approaching, all the celebrities made sure they were right on trend. Cut-out dresses and tops were a huge hit and paired with simple jewellery, the women all looked fabulous. Kate Beckinsale was leading the fashion pack in a cut out Jenny Packham dress, following closely by Margot Robbie in Paper London and Sophie Turner in Mary Katrantzou. On the other hand, the men looked sophisticated in grey or blue suits and for those who were feeling a little brave, tartan was the pattern of choice. Will Poulter was flying the fashion flag for the men and looked dapper in a Prada suit.

 As always, celebrities loved all the Tresor Paris jewellery including Best Female Newcomer award winner Margot Robbie loved the Hearts and Arrows Blandice Argent earrings, necklace and ring. Even Steve Coogan couldn’t resist and was pictured wearing a pair of Dualité Blanc earrings.

Once celebrities had their turn on the red carpet, it was time to enter the Great Room for the ceremony, which was presented by Actor James Nesbitt, who played Bofur in The Hobbit series, and surprised everyone by opening the show with a song.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, winner of the Empire 25th Award for The Action Hero of Our Lifetime award, gave the greatest speech of the evening during which he described how he was rejected at every step he took to become a bodybuilder and actor, only to defeat all the obstacles to become a highly successful actor all over the world. Other big winners of the night include Aiden Turner (Best Newcomer), Margot Robbie (Best Newcomer), Emma Thompson (Best Actress), Gravity (Best Film and Director).

As expected, the crowds of fans lining the street to get a glimpse of the numerous celebrities went wild when Tom Cruise turned up. Ever the gentleman, Tom took time to greet everyone and was extremely chatty with all the interviewers. Tom was there to collect his Empire 25th Award for The Legend of Our Lifetime.

All guests went home with a goody bag full of luxuries at the end of the evening, including novels by Lawrence Block, Jeffery Deaver and Joe Hill, edible treats including chocolate, popcorn and cereal bars, mascara, cleansing oil and face wash.

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Every March is dedicated to Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Daffodil Appeal. The money raised from this appeal helps the charity nurse terminally ill patients in their final hours.

Marie Curie Cancer Care aims to ensure that everyone with cancer and other illnesses will have the high quality care and support they need at the end of their life in the place of their choice. The charity achieves this through the work of the Marie Curie nurses and hospices. It also carries out research and campaigns to improve the care provided.

Tresor Paris has teamed up with Marie Curie Cancer Care to create a collection of sparkling jewellery that not only looks fantastic, but also helps the amazing cause.

Show your support for the Marie Curie Cancer Care Daffodil Appeal with a glistening yellow crystal heart and black Tibetan-style cording bracelet. Or how about a sparkling pair of yellow crystal heart earrings, a subtle yet beautiful way to show your support for the amazing cause.

 Tresor Paris donates 25% of the price of the jewellery directly to the charity and every penny raised is used by the Charity to further their fantastic cause. For every £1 Marie Curie raises, they spend 70p on their work caring for people with terminal illnesses, 27p to generate future income, 2p on research and innovation and 1p on publicity and governance.

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Held at Jack Barclay Bentley in Berkley Square, London, the evening was a spectacular affair. As a supercar showroom, it is the perfect venue for an evening of indulgence. With sparkling black and white tiled flooring, sky-high ceilings and of course two spectacular Bentley’s taking pride of place in the windows, it was sure to be a glamorous event.

Celebrity guests including Professor Green, Uri Geller, Boyzone members Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy, Phats and Small Ben Ofoedu, DCI Banks actor Ray Panthanki, The Streets Leo the Lion and former Eastenders star Michael Greco were in attendance, as well as London based singer-songwriter Jonny Winston who gave a spine-tingling performance. Magician Josh Brett exhibited some of his awe-inspiring tricks throughout the evening. Will Cozens of Capital FM DJ’ed the event.

 The evening was held to showcase the new collection of Nouveau Hexagone watches. These striking watches are Swiss-made and come in an array of different designs. Faces are covered with chic crystal cut glass for an iconic Tresor Paris look. Some models are made from 18ct white, rose or yellow gold plating. All the bezels are interchangeable if you want to co-ordinate for day or evening with various outfits. There are three different sizes: 40mm, 44mm, 48mm according to one’s taste and two key styles; the precision with a plain or sparkly dial and the precision chronograph with a diamond chronograph.  They will be available for pre-order on the Tresor Paris website from 2nd April 2014.

 Guests were greated with a glass of Champagne Jacquart, alongside delicious canapés. Throughout the evening, guests had a choice of drinks including Pays d’Oc IGP and Ver2 Vodka, the UK’s first caffeine and guarana infused vodka. Mojitos made by Jumbles, one of the UK’s best flaring barmen, seemed to be the drink of choice for many.

 The evening was casino themed, with guests receiving unique Tresor Paris poker chip invitations which could be exchanged for casino chips. The person who managed to amass the greatest number of chips at the end of the gaming session was the lucky winner of a watch from the Nouveau Hexagone Collection, which is yet to be released to the public. The prize watch was the stunning salmon pink faced, 18ct white gold plated stainless steel Precision Chronograph.

 Four models added a touch of glamour to the evening and provided a focal point for admiring the exquisite watches. The two male models were dressed head to toe in Patrick Hellmann, the women is sparkling sequin dresses and of course their outfits were completed with an exquisite Tresor Paris timepiece. Charles Fox make-up artist were on hand to ensure the models were looking their best.

 To top off the fantastic evening, each guest was treated to a goody bag full of luxurious gifts including Hanley’s Confectionary chocolates, Lee Stafford hair products, Kryolan make-up, Retrocorn popcorn, Crabtree and Evelyn Handcream, Invisibobbles, Dalit soap and candles, a Tresor Paris pen, USB stick, and a postcard featuring a bespoke artwork of a Nouveau Hexagone watch by Jasiminne Yip.

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