During an exclusive presentation at the newly renovated Landmark, attended by over 200 guests Tiffany & Co. provided a preview of the Blue Book collection ahead of the unveiling of the full collection of Blue Book 2023: Out of the Blue this October in Shanghai, China.
Tiffany & Co. exclusively previewed the fall expression of Blue Book 2023: Out of the Blue through an intimate presentation in partnership with the French luxury Maison, Givenchy. Hosted at the newly renovated Landmark on Fifth Avenue, the event consisted of featured models dressed in jewelry suites from the fall iteration paired with Givenchy Haute Couture looks. Although a first-time partnership for both Tiffany & Co. and Givenchy, the two legacy brands have been tied since the 1960s through Hollywood glamour, perpetuating their respective leadership in luxury and sophistication.
A continuation of Nathalie Verdeille’s first Blue Book collection for Tiffany & Co., the House’s Chief Artistic Officer of Jewelry and High Jewelry pays homage to Jean Schlumberger’s marine-inspired masterworks and explore his fantastical perspective of the sea. Tiffany & Co. will expand on five of the collection’s existing themes—Shell, Coral, Pisces, Star Urchin and Starfish—reimagining Schlumberger’s vision in a new theme: Sea Anemone. With geometric and stylized aesthetics, each masterpiece perpetuates and reinvents Schlumberger’s enigmatic symbols of the sea.
To celebrate the Tiffany & Co high jewelry collection, Givenchy presents fifteen looks that offer a modern take on archival signatures, enhancing the jewels with elegance and glamour. Inspired by Hubert de Givenchy’s creations for his muses, friends, and clients from Paris to New York, Hollywood and beyond, the fifteen original haute couture designs are accompanied by five ready-to-wear ensembles from the Givenchy Fall-Winter 2023 runway collection by Creative Director Matthew M. Williams.
Thanks to the excellence of savoir-faire in the Givenchy haute couture and ready-to-wear ateliers, the looks recreate emblematic signatures of Hubert de Givenchy, a master of form, proportion, and restraint. Iconic shapes and details such as bows, and embroidery are now recast to showcase the Tiffany & Co high jewelry collection.
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