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Anna Kournikova Officially Lauches the OMEGA Bijoux Collection at the Miljonair Exhibition in Amsterdam


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Anna Kournikova, styled as Marilyn Monroe, is overwhelmed with
diamonds from OMEGA Bijoux collection at the Miljonair Exhibition in
Amsterdam on 11 December 2003. The event marked the official launch of the
OMEGA Bijoux collection in the Netherlands. (KEYSTONE/Arno
Balzarini)


With a Hollywood-style handprint, Anna Kournikova opens the OMEGA
stand at the Miljonair Exhibition in Amsterdam on 11 December 2003. At the
opening of the exhibition, Anna Kournikova official launched the OMEGA
Bijoux collection in the Netherlands, left Mr. Beno Lesser, President of
Gassan Diamonds and right Mr. Steven Urquhart, President of OMEGA. (KEYSTONE/Arno Balzarini)


Click for big version

With a Hollywood-style handprint, Anna Kournikova opens the OMEGA
stand at the Miljonair Exhibition in Amsterdam on 11 December 2003. At the
opening of the exhibition, Anna Kournikova official launched the OMEGA
Bijoux collection in the Netherlands, left Mr. Beno Lesser, President of
Gassan Diamonds and right Mr. Steven Urquhart, President of OMEGA. (KEYSTONE/Arno Balzarini)

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