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With Tiffany Atrium artist lives matter

Derrick Adams di fronte al quadro I Shine, You Shine, We Shine

Tiffany’s list gets longer. No, not that of the jewelry collections. The American Maison that entered the orbit of the French of LVMH focuses on art. Within a couple of years, Tiffany announced a Basquiat-inspired Advent calendar, a collaboration with Daniel Arsham, a collaboration with the New York artist with Curtis Kulig, an exhibition of…

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Tiffany on display with Vision & Virtuosity

Spilla disegnata da Jean Schlumberger con diamanti e acquamarina

Vision & Virtuosity: can you define Tiffany’s work, which has lasted for almost two centuries, like this? The American Maison, now part of the LVMH group, thinks so and has organized an exhibition that arrives at the Saatchi Gallery in London. On display are over 400 items from the Maison’s archives: for lovers of the…

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Tiffany sent two-thirds of the employees home

Lo store di Tiffany all'angolo tra la 57a Strada e Fifth Avenue, New York

Tiffany has sent home, that is, fired or incentivized to resign, about 9,000 of her employees. The surprising revelation has an unassailable source: Anthony Ledru, CEO of the large New York company, now controlled by the French group LVMH. In fact, in an interview with WWD, the new president and CEO of Tiffany & Co.…

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Blue Tiffany for the Empire State Building with Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker attiva l'illuminazione dell'Empire State Building

How sexy is the color blue? Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress who more than any other represents the face of Sex & The City, celebrated Valentine’s Day with Tiffany, obviously in New York, the city where the fiction that she made her famous takes place. The Maison sponsor of the evening lit the Empire State…

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Lvmh changes the management of Tiffany

Lo store di Tiffany all'angolo tra la 57a Strada e Fifth Avenue, New York

The record of jewelry sold during the run-up to Christmas was not enough for CEO, Alessandro Bogliolo, to keep his place at the top of Tiffany. The French luxury group LVMH, a few hours after the ratification of the acquisition of the most famous US jewelry brand, has appointed the new top management of Tiffany.…

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