Zoe Kravitz found her dream engagement ring while scrolling through Instagram.The Big Little Lies actress shared in an interview with Rolling Stone in October (18) that she had been engaged to her long-time boyfriend Karl Glusman since February. Zoe h…
Zoe Kravitz found her dream engagement ring while scrolling through Instagram.
The Big Little Lies actress shared in an interview with Rolling Stone in October (18) that she had been engaged to her long-time boyfriend Karl Glusman since February.
Zoe has since been spotted wearing a gorgeous vintage-style ring, and in an interview with W magazine, divulged that she first saw the sparkler on the social media page for antique jewellery store The One I Love.
“I follow (the owner) on Instagram and would always look at her rings,” she told the publication. “There was one from the 18th century that I saved because I thought it was so beautiful, and I had no idea that my friend had told him about. So he went the extra mile to get me something that I’d really love.”
In addition to promoting her role in new movie Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and shooting TV series High Fidelity, Zoe has also been tapped to star in Tiffany & Co.’s new Believe In Dreams holiday campaign. The advertising also features Karen Elson, Maye Musk and Naomi Campbell, and the star explained that working with the U.S. luxury jeweller was important to her because she owns several sentimental pieces from the brand.
“I have some beautiful pieces passed down from both of my grandmothers. I have two Tiffany’s sets that they gifted me, which I’m in love with, and a necklace from the Paper Flowers collection that’s so beautiful,” the 29-year-old smiled.
Meanwhile, Zoe shared that she doesn’t actually wear that much jewellery on a daily basis, apart from her engagement ring and earrings. She also dons a Tiffany pinky ring most days and a pair of studs.
“I’m wearing my Tiffany studs all the time, too. I’m really into kind of simple, classic jewellery right now,” she added.
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Naomi Campbell has been wearing the same Tiffany & Co. waist chain for nearly 20 years.The supermodel stars in the fine jewellery company’s Believe in Dreams holiday campaign video alongside Zoe Kravitz, Karen Elson and Maye Musk. And working with Tiff…
Naomi Campbell has been wearing the same Tiffany & Co. waist chain for nearly 20 years.
The supermodel stars in the fine jewellery company’s Believe in Dreams holiday campaign video alongside Zoe Kravitz, Karen Elson and Maye Musk.
And working with Tiffany was an easy fit for Naomi.
“I’ve been wearing it for almost 20 years,” she told People of her custom-made platinum Tiffany & Co. Diamonds by the Yard waist chain. “I have it on now and I never take it off. It’s not something you can see, but it’s become a part of me. I’m very attached to it.”
In the holiday advert, Zoe plays a sales assistant working late who gets transported into a magical workshop.
There she meets a host of quirky characters, including Naomi’s Mad Hatter-type alter ego, who is hosting a tea party.
“Zoe is like family to me, so it was wonderful to work with her on this project,” Naomi smiled. “Tiffany & Co. always does an amazing job of telling a story, and the theme ‘Believe in Dreams’ spoke so truly to me. It’s something I live my life by.”
During her chat with People, the 48-year-old also opened up about her new fitness regime.
“I actually just started working out about a year ago,” shared the model who regularly posts video of her workouts with fitness trainer Joe Holder on Instagram. “I find that it helps me both physically and mentally. I have so much energy after a circuit workout, and I love the calming, spiritual side that yoga brings me. Blending the two workouts for me is the perfect combination.”
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A$AP Ferg is determined to “break barriers” in his role as a Tiffany & Co. brand ambassador.The hip-hop star, real name Darold D. Brown Ferguson, Jr., has risen to fame following the release of his debut album Trap Lord in 2013 and was enlisted by the …
A$AP Ferg is determined to “break barriers” in his role as a Tiffany & Co. brand ambassador.
The hip-hop star, real name Darold D. Brown Ferguson, Jr., has risen to fame following the release of his debut album Trap Lord in 2013 and was enlisted by the jewellery giant’s creative director Reed Krakoff to create a modern iteration of Breakfast at Tiffany’s track Moon River for the recently released Believe in Dreams video campaign starring Elle Fanning.
Now, Ferg has spoken about how excited he is to be the first rapper to work with the famous jewellery brand.
“It’s not impossible to dream of working with a huge brand like Tiffany & Co. I’m actually the first rapper to work with Tiffany, so I feel like I’m breaking down barriers and bridging the gap between my culture and the brand’s culture,” he told Vogue.com.
Ferg went on to share that he would always look inside the windows of Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue store when he was walking home from school.
While the New York native never had “the guts” to go inside, he hopes he can encourage other people to feel differently.
“I hope this campaign shows that a kid coming up from Harlem, or any urban community, can work with these brands as well,” the 29-year-old commented. “It’s possible to walk into the stores that they’re afraid to walk into. There’s hope.”
Ferg also explained that he has had a long-held interest in jewellery design, having previously studied at the Manhattan High School of Art.
His favourite Tiffany pieces include the white gold versions of the Tiffany T bracelet and chain necklace.
“What me and Tiffany have in common is elegance and style… Nowadays, I’m walking in meetings and I’m sitting with different people. For me to have Tiffany pieces on, and for people to recognise that, it’s a status symbol,” he added.
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Elle Fanning is ultra-organised when it comes to catwalk trends, and even has a file of her favourite fashion looks.The 19-year-old actress has become a red carpet regular over the last few years and is hailed by many as one of the most stylish stars i…
Elle Fanning is ultra-organised when it comes to catwalk trends, and even has a file of her favourite fashion looks.
The 19-year-old actress has become a red carpet regular over the last few years and is hailed by many as one of the most stylish stars in Hollywood.
She recently stepped out in a colour blocked couture number from Valentino at the Berlin International Film Festival, as well as a slinky black Miu Miu dress for the Vogue and Tiffany & Co. party in London on Sunday night (18Feb18), where she explained to Vogue her process when it comes to high-end fashion.
“I used to be very OCD about filing catwalk looks,” she giggled. “I make folders of my favourites from the collections – not necessarily thinking that I will wear them, but for personal inspiration.
“You have to stay on top of the trends!”
Elle, who is an ambassador for Miu Miu and Tiffany, partied with the A-list at British Vogue editor Edward Enninful’s bash, with a guest list that included Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, and Robert Pattinson.
“Ever since I was young, I have felt so welcomed by Hollywood and the fashion world,” Elle continued. “The red carpet has always felt like a safe place for me. At school, kids could be mean if I wore unusual things, but now I love to take risks. Any moment I get to wear a dress I’m all in!”
In addition to her acting and ambassador jobs, the Maleficent star is also working with REALgirl, an initiative that empowers girls in schools.
“Those years can be brutal for girls’ confidence,” she said. “We need to create girls that are strong and powerful. In the age of social media, self-esteem can get low. We should be promoting self-love and embracing our quirks. It’s easy to say all that, but to really make a change is important.”
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Issa Rae is determined to have fun with all of her red carpet ensembles.The actress and director first rose to fame in 2011 when she launched her YouTube web series Awkward Black Girl, and she has since gone on to win acclaim for her HBO show Insecure,…
Issa Rae is determined to have fun with all of her red carpet ensembles.
The actress and director first rose to fame in 2011 when she launched her YouTube web series Awkward Black Girl, and she has since gone on to win acclaim for her HBO show Insecure, landing two Golden Globe nominations for her performance.
But Issa isn’t just building a reputation for her work, as she and her stylist Jason Rembert always pull out all the stops when it comes to outfits too.
“We are looking to have fun. Fashion is great but shouldn’t be taken so seriously,” Jason told Footwear News of Issa’s looks, adding that the 33-year-old is open to all of his ensemble ideas. “To work with someone like Issa is a dream come true. She is a visionary and truly one of the few pushing culture forward.”
Of late, Issa made a sartorial statement at the 2018 NAACP Images Awards in an emerald green and silver Marc Jacobs dress that was matched with Tiffany & Co. jewellery and Saint Laurent shoes, and dazzled at the Black Panther premiere in a white dress with rainbow metallic stripe from Rosie Assoulin which she accessorised with shiny gold Giuseppe Zanotti platform heels.
And while Issa loves to wear high-end outfits to Hollywood events, Jason shared that they are also on the hunt for innovative pieces from up-and-coming names in the fashion world.
“There are many designers that we like to wear. I think it’s important as a stylist to work with big fashion houses as much as upcoming brands, (and) we are pretty balanced when it comes to that,” he smiled.
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