Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcomed their baby girl on June 15th, a few weeks earlier than anticipated. While the first-time parents have yet to reveal the name of their little one, they did hint that it will start with the ’K’ (figures). So, in celebration of the to-be-named baby Kimye, we’ve rounded up 10 gifts that can be dressed in pink and monogrammed with the letter ‘K,’ perfect for any name they choose. Click to the gift ideas now.
Lights, camera, FASHION! The Cannes Film Festival kicked off today in the French Riviera, where stars from all over the world convened in the city to promote their films. This is one red carpet we look forward to every year—the stars aren’t afraid to take fashion risks in Cannes, and we love to watch them. Even today, when the raindrops poured down for the premiere film, The Great Gatsby, star Carey Mulligan smiled for the cameras with umbrella in hand wearing a blush Dior Haute Couture gown and Tiffany & Co. jewelry. Isla Fisher, Nicole Kidman, and Julianne Moore weren’t far behind. Click to see more Cannes Film Festival fashion.
In the new book-to-film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan wears this Tiffany & Co. sparkler, a piece that has all the drama and oppulence of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s heroine. We spotted the flapper style at a New York screening of Baz Luhrmann’s film and decided it would make for an even better accessory than a pair of 3D glasses! And you love it, too—so far the snap got over 10,000 likes. Keep up with gorgeous shots, like this Tiffany’s blockbuster, by following us on Instagram at @instylemagazine.
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Inside the Party: Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson, and More Toast to Tiffany & Co. Inside a 31-Foot Tall Tiffany Blue BoxApr 19, 2013 @ 1:15 pm
“It’s one of my more privileged nights,” Sarah Jessica Parker told InStyle.com as she entered the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball, which took place inside a 31-foot-high Tiffany Blue Box covering The Rink at Rockefeller Center to celebrate the jewelry company’s new custom collection inspired by the Jazz Age. And she wasn’t the only one feeling privileged—while she had $497,500 worth of Tiffany jewels accessorizing her vintage Vicky Tiel design, other guests also dressed in Tiffany’s finest, including Kate Hudson (in Reem Acra), Michelle Williams, Jessica Biel, Carey Mulligan (in Victoria Beckham), and Gwyneth Paltrow (in Ralph Lauren). The gorgeous gals were just a few of the 400 guests who, once inside the blue box, were treated to a ’20s-style supper club—which brought the newly-unveiled Great Gatsby-inspired windows to life—complete with big-band jazz performances and a serenade by Smash star Megan Hilty, who fittingly performed the night’s anthem, “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.” And anywhere you turned—Tiffany blue could be found. “I love the color, it’s one of my favorites,” Paltrow said of the celebrated hue of the evening. “It’s so optimistic and it’s perfect. I think it’s so beautiful.” Click the photo for more.
Kate Hudson accessorized her Tiffany blue Reem Acra gown with $256,195 worth of Tiffany & Co. jewels for last night’s Tiffany & Co.-hosted Blue Book Ball at Rockefeller Center, and while her add-ons all looked amazing, we couldn’t help but notice the funky nail art that finished her look. “They’re so fun,” Hudson told InStyle.com of the chevron-style design, done up in metallic gray and mauve pink. She went on to say she got them at “the salon I love,” New York nail salon TenOverTen. “They do this—you just ask them to do the chevron!” And you don’t need to be in New York to get the look, ask for the design at your own nail salon or do it yourself by adding slim lines with a fine-tipped nail art brush.
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Grab your Champagne flutes, Tiffany & Co. is toasting to The Great Gatsby! The movie’s costume designer Catherine Martin collaborated with Tiffany & Co. to create and source jewelry for the film, and in celebration of its soon-to-be release (Gatsby is out May 10), the jewelry company put the film’s pieces on display in roaring ’20s-inspired windows, which were unveiled at its Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York this week. (Martin and director Baz Luhrmann—a husband and wife pair—were on hand to reveal the windows along with the man in charge of designing them, Richard Moore, Vice President of Visual Creative Merchandising for Tiffany). “The pieces were just a joy to work on,” said Martin, who meticulously researched the time period to create the designs, which ranged from a diamond and pearl headband to a daisy brooch. The true joy, however, was the fact that the book’s author F. Scott Fitzgerald was a regular Tiffany customer, so the collaboration is not only beautiful, but also historically significant. “For us, it’s doubly, triple-y, quadruple-y more special because the author of the book that Baz has so lovingly put on the screen actually made purchases from here,” said Martin. Click the photo to get a closer look.
InStyle’s Instagram had a very luxe week! From lunch with Tiffany & Co. to a hands-on viewing of Tom Ford‘s extravagant holiday nail polish set to a red carpet rendezvous with Jennifer Morrison at the American Music Awards, our editors got a taste of the fabulous life. See more of this week’s best photos in the gallery below, and come back every Saturday for our favorite shots.
Tiffany & Co. revealed its holiday windows at the iconic jewelry brand’s flagship Fifth Avenue, and they are so cute! Each display is a miniature recreation of Upper East Side homes during the holiday season, which offer pretty backdrops to beautiful rings, bracelets, and other sparkling pieces. There are even handmade chandeliers and to-scale Christmas trees that glow with lights and ornaments, which are identical to the life-size trim seen inside the flagship! Click through the gallery to see photos of the Tiffany windows, as well as more of this season’s holiday windows!
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