Who is Hanut Singh? Meryl Streep wears Punjab jewellery designer's earrings at Cannes 2024

Merly Streep's beautiful earrings that she wore during Cannes 2024 Film Festival was crafted by Indian jeweller named Hanut Singh who has his roots in Kapurthala, Punjab.

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The annual Cannes Film Festival 2024 kickstarted on Tuesday with actors, actresses and film-makers from all around the world arriving in France to grace the red carpet in their best-ever outfits. On Day 1, Hollywood veter actress Meryl Streep brought her A-game in terms of fashion to the 2024 Cannes Film Festival. Meryl Streep graced the 77th red carpet during the opening ceremony and the screening of Quentin Dupieux's film Le Deuxieme Acte (The Second Act). The Devil Wears Prada actress donned an all white dress for the red carpet and it was indeed loved buy fans. However, what caught everyone's attention was her big shiny earrings. Merly Streep's beautiful earrings was crafted by Indian jeweller named Hanut Singh. 

 

Hanut Singh took to his Instagram handle and shared Merly Streep Cannes 2024 pics. In the caption, Hanut wrote, "It happened with the one and only superstar Meryl Streep, winning her Lifetime Achievement Award @festivaldecannes wearing my pendant earrings! So absolutely thrilled and a pinch me moment."

 

Now, the question arises who is Hanut Singh, celebrity jeweller? Below is all about Hanut Singh- 

 

Who is Hanut Singh?

 

Going by the official website of Hanut Singh, he has been involved in jewellery making for the past 10 years. Hanut Singh's created jewellery has been worn by multiple Hollywood stars including Diane von Furstenberg, Mary-Kate Olsen, Wendi Deng Murdoch, Beyoncé, Madonna, Christian Louboutin, etc.  Hanut Singh received no formal training in jewellery making or crafting. However, his training started since he was child. Hanut Singh belongs to Kapurthala royal family of India who astonished the world with their style in the first half of the twentieth century.

 

Hanut Singh's official website says, "Hanut’s great-grandfather, the Maharaja Jagatjit Singh was a friend of American President Theodore Roosevelt and French statesmen Georges Clemenceau. He toured Europe annually and commissioned any number of exceptional jewels from esteemed French houses. Two of the most well known are the spectacular pagoda style Kapurthala tiara made by Cartier and a Boucheron aigrette. Both pieces were set with eye-popping emeralds from the family’s gem collection. Hanut’s grandparents the Maharaja Kumar Karamjit Singh and Maharani Sita Devi of Kapurthala — also known as the Princess Karam — continued the relationships with the best French jewelers during their frequent visits to Paris in the 1930s. Cartier’s artistic director Jeanne Toussaint created an Indian inspired necklace for the princess with motifs the Maison repeated on designs for decades."

 

For the unversed, reports suggest that Colonel Maharajah Sir Jagatjit Singh Sahib Bahadur was the last ruling Maharaja of the princely state of Kapurthala during the British Raj in India, from 1877 until his death, in 1949. He was born in an Ahluwalia Sikh family. He received the title of Maharaja in 1911. He learned various languages like Punjabi, English, Hindi, French, Spanish, Italian etc. 

 

"Hanut’s stunning penthouse apartment in New Delhi is filled with inherited items from his grandparents Café Society days — gifts from their friends including Coco Chanel, dreamy traveling trunks from Louis Vuitton, a glorious Golconda diamond ring his grandfather commissioned for his grandmother from Louis Cartier," the official website further states. 

 

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