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Tiffany & Co Paper Flowers Launch – Social Pictures


by Sophie Teyssier
06th Jun 2018

Jessie Ware, Natalie Dormer, Iris Law and Naomie Harris

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Tiffany & Co recently unveiled their latest collection Paper Flowers at Lindley Hall, a Royal Horticultural venue in London. Guests arrived to the glamorous party by walking through a sea of the classic Tiffany blue. Graffiti, park benches, lampposts, and florals decorated the atmospheric venue. A modern take of Moon River by actress Elle Fanning and rapper A$AP Ferg set the tone as it played in the background. The star-studded crowd was treated to espresso martinis from a newsstand as well as salted caramel ice-creams served in Tiffany paper tubs. They literally thought of everything. Chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff did not disappoint with his first collection in Paper Flowers, the fine jewellery was on show in a brightly lit greenhouse allowing each beautiful piece to sparkle and take centre stage. The cherry on top was an exclusive performance by London born star Jessie Ware at the end of the evening.

 

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