An exhibition not to be missed
by Yaren Arbak
This year, from late Fall to the end of mid-November, Shanghai will be hosting worldwide known brand Tiffany & Co. presenting a remarkable exhibition, celebrating its’ 180 years anniversary in the Fosun Foundation. Iconic Tiffany Blue highlights on the entrance ushers its’ visitors.
Over the past decades, Tiffany & Co. hold couple of massive exhibitions, located in New York and London. Yet, the Chief Artistic Officer of Tiffany & Co. Vision & Virtuosity exhibition, Reed Krakoff, assures this year’s exhibition will be the most influential of all the times by displaying more than 350 pieces and for the fırst time ever, representing brands’ entire collection.
Krakoff adds that, “The visitors will be witnessing cultural difference throughout decades ranging from 18thCentury to today while getting aware of innovation, creativity and boldness Tiffany & Co. has accomplished.” To present extensive evolution of brands collections Tiffany & Co. exhibition broken up to three floors and six chapters, each themed distinctively.
First, Blue Is the Color of Dreams; introduces the story of brand’s discovery of colored gemstones and visitors will explore the story of emblematic Tiffany blue. Second chapter, The World of Tiffany, focuses on brand’s allocation in entertainment sector; including literature, movies and songs.
Third chapter, The Tiffany Blue Book, is about innovative techniques and artistic touches that brand presents on high-jewellery. Fourth chapter, named Tiffany Love, is the collection of all love stories based on Tiffany jewelry pieces.
Towards the end of Tiffany & Co.’s exhibition, the phenomenal film Breakfast at Tiffany’s takes place with exclusive backstage and annotations of Audrey Hepburn. Lastly, Diamond: Miracles of Nature presents the Tiffany Diamond, a 128.54-carat fancy yellow diamond; best known as the “King of Diamonds”.
This year Lady Gaga, preferred an elegant look and boldly carried Tiffany’s 128 carat yellow diamond to 91st Oscar Ceremonies. Before her, the necklace was lastly worn by Audrey Hepburn.
To be part of this extraordinary Tiffany & Co.’s exhibition, tickets were on sale from 1st of September and you can check Tiffany’s website for additional information and venues.
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Written by Yaren Arbak