Showing posts with label WILDLIFE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WILDLIFE. Show all posts

Monday, June 01, 2015

CHANEL IMAN HOSTS A DIAMOND IS FOREVER IN VEGAS

Chanel Iman



Model Chanel Iman donned Forevermark Diamonds to a private cocktail reception held at MIX Restaurant at the Delano Hotel during JCK Las Vegas. The diamond brand, which announced yesterday that it is reintroducing the iconic slogan ‘A Diamond is Forever,’ co-hosted the evening’s event with the De Beers Group to recognize the Honourable Tshekedi Khama, Minister of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, Botswana. 


“I love Forevermark Diamonds because they are so beautiful, rare and unique as each diamond is individually inscribed which is hard to come by,” Iman said. 


Get The The Look: 


· Forevermark Diamond Crossover Necklace with Pear Forevermark Diamonds set in Platinum

· Forevermark by Norman Silverman Diamond Line Bracelet with Cushion Forevermark Diamonds set in Platinum

· Forevermark by Norman Silverman Three-Row Ring with Round Brilliant Forevermark Diamonds set in 18k White Gold

· Forevermark Diamond Drop Earrings with Round Brilliant Forevermark Diamonds set in 18k White Gold

· Forevermark by Memoire Diamond Drop Earrings with Round Brilliant Forevermark Diamonds set in 18k White Gold



ABOUT FOREVERMARK



Every Forevermark diamond is inscribed with a promise; a promise that it is beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced. Less than one per cent of the world’s diamonds are eligible to become a Forevermark diamond and be inscribed with the Forevermark icon and individual number. Forevermark is the diamond brand from The De Beers Group of Companies and benefits from over 126 years of diamond expertise. Forevermark diamonds are carefully selected and come from sources committed to high standards; they are beautifully crafted by a select group of Diamantaires and exclusively available from select Authorized Forevermark Jewelers. For more information and to find your nearest Authorized Forevermark Jeweler offering Forevermark Diamonds, go to www.forevermark.com.


 Photo Courtesy Of: Domain MSA


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

STEVE IRWIN INSPIRED 'LOST' DOMINIC MONAGHAN

Dominic Monaghan With Katie Couric



On Wednesday’s all new episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie," airing April 23, Dominic Monaghan stops by to talk about hosting his exhilarating travel-adventure series “Wild Things” and how he became a wildlife enthusiast. He brought some animals to show Katie – two pythons, two geckos, a toad and a crocodile.



Plus, hear how Steve Irwin inspired his passion for wildlife. Does he have time to continue with his acting career?


Photo Courtesy Of: Disney/ABC


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

NEW YORK WILDLIFE CONSERVATION FESTIVAL

Koalas





The third annual New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival will be held Thursday, November 8, 2012 to Saturday, November 10, 2012 at the Tribeca Grand Hotel & Theater in New York City. The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) screens some of the finest conservation, natural history and wildlife documentary films in the world. The New York City festival will highlight causes and themes pertinent to public including the ivory trade, homeless captive tigers in America, human-wildlife conflict issues and the disappearance of Asian elephants, any many more. Featured films at this year’s event include In the Eye of the Whale, produced by Kate Miller; Last Elephants in Thailand, produced by Dr. Donald Tayloe and Michele Mizner; White Shark CafĂ©, produced and directed by Sean Aronson; Day of the Tiger, produced by Stan Waterman; Amazon Alive-Part 1: Jungle of the Mind, produced and directed by Christian Baumeister; Cotton Tops, produced by Frederico Pardo; and Koala Hospital, produced by Susan Kelly. There will also be a special feature presentation, Blood Ivory by National Geographic Investigative Reporter, Bryan Christy.



To kick off the New York festival, there will be an opening night reception fundraiser to benefit Big Life Foundation and Trust For Wildlife on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at I Tre Merli in Soho, New York. This intimate gathering will feature prestigious animal experts, surprise guests and an exclusive art auction with pieces from Nick Brandt, Charlie Hewitt, Arman, Andrea Belag, Kate Carey, Steven Gross, James Dickson, Isack Kousnsky, Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson amongst others.



On Saturday, November 10, 2012, at 8:30 pm, there will be an Awards Ceremony and Panel Discussion featuring prominent guests including Bob Simon CBS Evening News ’60 Minutes;’ Dr. Mike Cranfield Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project; Janet Hess Series Producer – ‘NATURE;’ Dr. William Karesh, Vice President EcoHealth Alliance, President OIE Working Group on Wildlife Diseases, Co-Chair IUCN Species Survival Commission; Wendie Wendt, Executive Director Big Life Foundation; Kelvin Alie, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Bryan Christy, Investigative Reporter – National Geographic.



WCFF produces festivals across North America to educate audiences about the current detriments to the ecosystem.



Tuesday, August 14, 2012

ALICIA SILVERSTONE AND 'FARM SANCTUARY'

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Alicia Silverstone Helps Save Thousands of Animals

Actress helps compassion stretch coast to coast as spokesperson for Farm Sanctuary’s Compassionate Communities Campaign
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Alicia Silverstone



As a spokesperson for Farm Sanctuary’s new Compassionate Communities Campaign, Alicia Silverstone has a simple goal: to help as many people as possible get active for animals.



“When people think about helping animals, they generally think about dogs and cats, but chickens, pigs, and other farm animals need our help even more. And science shows that farm animals are just as intelligent and interesting as our pets,” says Alicia Silverstone, whose best-selling book “The Kind Diet” shows just how easy and delicious vegetarian eating can be. “Vegetarian advocacy allows busy people like you and me to spare the lives of thousands of animals every year without a huge time commitment. For example, you can spare at least fifty animals a lifetime of misery on a factory farm with just an hour of leafleting. And there are lots more tips at CompassionateCommunities.org.”