Are you ready to zoom in on the Oscars bling? Then get ready to be blinded! This year, it was all about statement bracelets. They were stacked and shiny and gave new meaning to arm candy. Earrings, necklaces, and rings also played supporting roles, as evidenced by Kate Beckinsale's gorgeously green ring (and sexy side slit). Enter to see more stunning jewelry. And don't forget to vote on all of my Oscar polls!
Olivia Wilde showed off her bohemian side tonight wearing a floor-grazing Ralph Lauren maxi dress. The subdued floral print is beautiful and complements her wavy locks. Layered gold chain Tiffany & Co. necklaces, bangle, and matching clutch complete her 'fit. Do you love it or hate it?
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Hands down, Reese Witherspoon is the epitome of chic. While shopping for her men in Beverly Hills, the actress wore a crisp navy blazer, gray mini, tights, and funky suede booties. Notice how she paid attention to the fine details by accessorizing with a gold watch, hoops, silver necklace, and luxe bag. Now that's how you work perfect polish.
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Doesn't I Love You, Beth Cooper star Hayden Panettiere look sugary sweet on the cover of Lucky's August issue? If you're loving her pink silk dress by Phillip Lim and sleek jewels by Tiffany & Co. and Tangerine Sky, make sure to sign up for this month's cover giveaway worth almost $2,000 — wow.
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Tiffany & Co reported a drop of over 75% in the fourth quarter of last year resulting in lay-offs and store closings rather than slashed prices.
A former Lucky editor has launched into the designer rental business with an e-commerce site that focuses on dress rentals.
Marni is launching a new line this summer which will take archival pieces and rework them in cotton and jerseys.
Its time to throw out that notion of asking before touching in jewelry stores with Tiffany's new store concept. The sophisticated jeweler unveiled its first new concept store in Americana at Brand in Glendale, CA, showcasing its jewels in a fresh new format.
The store features Tiffany's lower- and midpriced items ranging from $200 to $5,000. Here, customers are encouraged to try on collections from Frank Gehry, Elsa Peretti, and Paloma Picasso located in open drawers and unsecured jewelry boxes. “Our whole intent is to zero in on the contemporary fashion collections and showcase them in a more artful and accessible way,” said Beth O. Canavan, executive vice president at Tiffany & Co. “We said, ‘Take the blinders off. Forget about the rules for how we merchandise today. Let’s think about how women shop.'" Tiffany & Co plans on opening three to five of the new concept stores annually.
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There is nothing we wanted to hear more this Monday morning than that men's silk pajamas are back in style. Pardon us while we redefine the stay-at-home writer wardrobe--silk pajamas are a definite step-up.
Tiffany's has unveiled a concept store that was two years in the pipeline. A smaller, more casual Tiffany's opened in Glendale, California and showcases the more moderately priced collections available from the brand.
Agnes B opened her first shop in Hong Kong and hired Au Revoir Simone to play at the opening. The 15,000 square foot space houses mens and women's collections, a travel store, a florist, a chocolate boutique, and a French bistro in an atrium.
Photo by Kylie Eriksen.
Star light, star bright. The star craze keeps on keeping on. Here we have a gorgeous but very expensive Tiffany & Co. Star Link Lariat Necklace ($1,100). There are several things I like about this necklace, but the price tag is not one of them. Its delicateness is stunning, as is the combination of the big and little stars. It would look as darling with a simple gray tank as it would an LBD. Too bad I would go bankrupt if I ever purchased it.
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Tiffany & Co. is trying out a new look this season with a sweet new campaign. The ads, shot by Michael Thompson, feature models Liya Kebede, Shalom Harlow, Lily Cole, and Sasha Pivovarova. All different, all beautiful. I like how Liya emits a commanding, graceful presence in her fancy tulle dress and dazzling diamonds.While Shalom rocks it '50s-style in a black fedora and mixed metals, Lily looks young and bohemian in a modern selection of beads and baubles. Check out that big wavy hair! And we can't forget sweet Sasha. Though her diamond-studded bangles take precedent, I can't help but be drawn into her captivating eyes. Are you digging this new look?
>> Now that Prada has released Sasha Pivovarova from her campaign exclusive, it's fun to see where else she pops up. The latest? She joins flower child Lily Cole, opera-going Liya Kebede, and a chic Shalom Harlow in the Fall 2008 Tiffany & Co. cast, looking like an updated Audrey Hepburn. Word on the street is that Hye Rim Park also makes an appearance in the set, but we'll have to wait a little longer on that one.