Crazy About Tiffany's DVD


Tiffany & Co. has captured the aspirational dreams of the world with its legendary jewels, signature blue box, and timeless elegance and sophistication. From past to present, from the behind the scenes characters to those clients beholden to the charm of Tiffany & Co., this full authorized documentary seeks to capture how a simple jewelry store dating from 1837 has woven itself into the American culture and consciousness to become an unparalleled global phenomenon. From the trophy being hoisted at the Super Bowl, to the masterpieces adorning celebrities on the Oscar... red carpet, all the way down to the design of the dollar in our pockets, the Tiffany & Co. reach is vast. Whether it's focusing on the Tiffany family one day, to following the priceless Tiffany Diamond to China, or documenting how a master craftsmen handmade a classic Schlumberger design, the film will capture the truly dramatic and inspiring depth of an uncompromising company and global brand. [show more]

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04 July 2016
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Documentary focusing on luxury New York jewellery retailer Tiffany & Co. The film delves into the history of the iconic jewellery store which began life selling stationery under its founders Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young in 1837. In 1845 the duo published Tiffany's first 'Blue Book' catalogue, which still continues today, and in 1866 were credited with creating the modern engagement ring. The film also features famous admirers of Tiffany's, including Jessica Biel, Fran Lebowitz, Baz Luhrmann and Sam Taylor-Johnson, who discuss the wider impact of the store as well as their own admiration for its unique pieces of jewellery.

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