In November 2012, Harry Winston commissioned Cultureshock to produce a film to celebrate its sponsorship of the V&A’s Hollywood Costume’ exhibition. The film features some of Harry Winston’s most iconic pieces of jewellery, including a replica created specially for the exhibition of the Isadora Necklace worn by Kate Hudson in the movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. We shot the film on location at the Harry Winston New Bond Street Salon and at the V&A.
This project illustrates our working relationship between the institution’s development and corporate team and the external client.
To celebrate its sponsorship of the V&A Museum’s ‘Hollywood Costume’ exhibition, Harry Winston commissioned Cultureshock Media to produce a beautiful booklet detailing the jeweller’s longstanding relationship with Hollywood. ‘Harry Winston: A History In Hollywood’ details how Harry Winston became the ‘Jeweller to the Stars’ and is illustrated with pictures of the leading ladies who have worn Winston diamonds, from Marilyn Monroe to Halle Berry. Cultureshock provided full publishing, design and print services on the publication.