Kevin Spacey at Swarovski design exhibit in London

Kevin Spacey attended an exclusive sneak preview event focusing on the latest creation by an up and coming Japanese designer in London on Sunday.The Hollywood star, who received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in 1995 hit “The Usual Suspects”, came to see the “Stellar” installation by Tokujin Yoshioka which is made up of 11,000 Swarovski crystals put in by hand.The “Hell’s Half Acre”, Nadja Swarovski’s collaboration with Lazarides Gallery is to be held in the tunnels beneath the city’s Waterloo station until Sunday (17 October).Spacey was the surprise star guest of the first Viennese Film Ball in April.Swarovski was founded in 1895. The family business is one of Austria’s strongest world-wide brands. It has around 24,000 employees and operates in 120 countries. Its 2009 turnover was 2.25 billion Euros, down from 2.52 billion Euros in the previous year.Around 700,000 people visit the crystal producer’s Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds) open air museum in Wattens, Tyrol, every year.