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Diamonds, the Father of Pop Joseph Jackson, fine artists, and royals, promote peace during Festival de Cannes 2014
During this years Festival de Cannes, Princess Angelique Monét founder of Artisan Festival International World Peace Initiative hosted an innovative evening where fine art met fashion, performance, and style by promoting peace and cultural diversity with over 300 guests.
Top 20 Jeweller of the world Saudi Arabian beauty Khouloud Kurdi of TOUJOURS JEWELLERY located at Dubai Mall, designed a new collection as models walked for peace wearing many of her signature collections and latest designers, followed by Mohamad Homada of Kuwait, and Paris Fashion House Martin Topola of Cameroon descent. In attendance for the unique affair were Joseph Jackson (father of the late Michael Jackson), Baron Brice de Massey (Monaco), Prince Randy Alam - Sogan, Senator Felix Desplan of Guadeloupe, the Dubai Film Festival Committee, and special performances by the Legendary Voice of Monte Carlo Alan Landry, and Arab Sensation Melissa Nanana, with special guest DJ LOIS (Monaco).
“Hosting top tier mover and shakers that have the power to change the world during an international market place like Festival de Cannes, was in deed a necessity. Our planet needs many key figures to understand our world is in critical condition right now, and through the arts, we can save our home. The arts allows people to experience other cultures and even have the openness to watch short films about our oceans and the floating island of plastic which cannot be recycled, elephants and endangered species are near extinction, to the narrative feature film that makes people want to talk. From art, to fashion, to music, we can come together and heal, this is an ongoing initiative…. that starts first with being inspired,” stated multi-media talent and organization founder Princess Angelique Monét.
In addition to the evening fashion show and performances, Monét announced Khouloud Kurdi of TOUJOURS, whom is one of the top 20 Jewellers in the World, would receive the Humanitarian of the Year Award. Not only would the award be custom designed by Monét, who is also a fine artist; but she will be promoted within the organization year round as an Artisan Lady Artist that can make a difference within a global marketplace.
Fine Artist Participation:
- Princess Angelique Monét
- Priska Medam
- Alaa Abi Haiber
- Nicolas Jonval
- Julien Hayot
ABOUT ARTISAN FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL WORLD PEACE INITIATIVE
Artisan Festival International World Peace Initiative is comprised of mini-festivals representative of the Arts (Film, Fine Art, Fashion, Music, Theatre & Performance) brought together under one umbrella in an effort to promote peace and cultural diversity through the arts. Our goal is to bring rich culture to each community we work with and encourage as much community support as possible to facilitate an understanding that we are a cultural arts organization seeking to add to the communities in which we serve while simultaneously assisting with peace efforts on a global scale. Additionally, the organization has an institution arm which is designed to provide resources and exposure for artists, assistance to schools in Africa, and youth artistic development globally. This is done solely through the organization and also through partnerships with other not for profits and NGO’s.