Because You're Worth It: Beautiful Compact for the Tribeca Film Institute

For the Eighth-Annual Tribeca Film Festival, L’Oreal Paris and Carelle have created the final compact in a series for the 2009 Awards’ Season. Featuring Black Onyx, a stone aptly chosen for its meaning of resilience, the compact will be presented to a female documentary filmmaker whose work exemplifies an innate sense of social responsibility. The powerful design is softened by a frame of diamond-inlaid, 18K gold mirrored leaves, representative of the delicate balance of elegance and determination that makes the Woman of Worth extraordinary.

You can bid on this gorgeous compact at Ebay, and 100% of the benefits will go directly to the Tribeca Film Institute. There are 67.4 carats of black onyx, 0.53 carats of diamond, and retails for approximately $4200.


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