Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the lavish Misahara Jewellery boat party during the Formula 1 GP weekend in Monaco. The prince joined us for a few hours to this high society soirée hosted by Nicholas Frankl.
The evening started with a champagne reception, with a vast selection of canapes, followed by huge party on all three levels of the superyacht docked in Monaco harbour.
Lepa Galeb-Roskopp is the inspiration behind Misahara jewellery. The name is a combination of her children’s names which are inspired by her bi-cultural upbringing and world travels. Born into a bi-cultural milieu, Lepa’s inspiration comes from traveling the world with her husband and children while experiencing the different cultures, traditions and places. The unique pieces channel an upscale gypsy-bohemian flare and comprise of impeccable handcraftsmanship using the finest quality gemstones and metals. The unity symbol, imprinted on all of the Misahara pieces, gives recognition to the deep love her family has for South Africa and to her ongoing commitment to assist the children of the Thimbini school located in Kwa Zulu Natal. A portion of the profits generated from Misahara is donated directly to this purpose.
What I love about Lepa is her passion for what she does. Her eyes light up each time we chat about her achievements in her jewellery designs. It is great to see the success la Galeb-Roskopp is having with her brand having risked everything to launch this enterprise.