To mark Tiffany & Co.’s 150th anniversary in London, the luxury jewellery house has created an exhibition to celebrate its years of innovation, craftsmanship and heritage at the Saatchi Gallery, proving that diamonds really are a girl’s best friend.
The exhibition’s seven chapters journey through Tiffany’s illustrious history from 1837, when the brand was first founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany, exploring themes central to the brand identity, heritage, and creative influence.
Featuring over 400 unique defining objects, the exhibit includes Audrey Hepburn’s black Givenchy dress from Breakfast at Tiffany’s as well as the film script, the yellow diamond necklace worn by Beyonce in the brand’s recent campaign and the first-ever Blue Book catalogue.
Additionally, an exclusive collection of artist collaborations and limited-release items in Tiffany Blue are available at the gift shop, including T-shirts and hoodies designed by Daniel Arsham, Tiffany & Co. x Wilson American footballs, Quartersnacks skateboards, Mellow Gemini vases, Krink paint markers and Bellocq tea sets.
Admission is free and tickets are available on the Tiffany & Co. Exhibition app until 19th August.
Words by Emily Hemsley
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