As the old adage goes, “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!” Such is the case for Tiffany & Co.’s newest Tiffany Leather Collection, which will be available in September. The collection, created by design directors Richard Lambertson and John Truex, encapsulates the classic taste of Tiffany & Co.’s timeless style.
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It is no question that the ladies storming the grassy courts at Wimbledon are a force to be reckoned with. They are fierce competitors, both on and off the court. And in recent years, many of tennis’ greatest athletes have been setting records in the fashion arena, too.
Make a splash this summer with dazzling jewels inspired by your favorite water-dwelling characters.
Architect Frank Gehry has a habit of taking his designs and turning them into works of art. This past weekend, the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health opened its doors to the public near downtown Las Vegas, and paired with the gridlike design of the building comes a collection of jewelry at Tiffany & Co. inspired by the structure.
No, please, not the diamonds! Three armed men covered in ski masks guerrilla warfare-d a Tiffany & Co. jewelry store this morning.
Tiffany & Co.’s newest model of sunglasses, “Tiffany Charms” closely resembles those worn by beloved actress Audrey Hepburn. For all Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Audrey fans, this adorable set of shades is just what you need to add to your holiday wish list.
Maintaining luxury brand standards takes quite a lot of work these days, so in an effort to protect its revered reputation as one of the most upscale jewelers in the world, Tiffany & Co. is suing one of its’ L.A. landlords for violating the terms of its contract.
By Mary Mullaj A new ultimate gift book traces the fascinating history of taste as seen through the designs of tastemaker Tiffany & Co. Entitled Tiffany Style: 170 Years of Design, design director John Loring (who has written many books on Tiffany & Co. as…Read The Full Post
Legendary watchmaker Patek Philippe opens its first U.S. store in conjunction with Tiffany & Co.
A piece of integrated art tells the story of a building; a piece of brilliant cut ceilings reveals the latest design trend in New York City.