Tiffany & Co. Bejewels Miami Art Basel
Everyone from Hailey Bieber to J Balvin arrived sporting their best Tiffany
If there’s one thing that Tiffany & Co. can do, it’s throw a party. For the launch of their Miami holiday pop-up, and right in time for the city’s glamorous Art Basel festival, the luxury jewelers brought out all the stops. That spirit of art and creativity seeped into the festivities, with much of the evening’s decorations being based on Andy Warhol’s work under Tiffany. And, with everyone from Pharrell Williams to Dixie D’Amelio in attendance, the event became a certain who’s-who of celebrity culture.
Taking place at Tiffany’s two-story pop-up, the event hosted a litany of pop culture mainstays. Each, of course, came decked out in their best Tiffany jewelry. From the music world, singers like Pharrell Williams and J. Balvin attended the glorious evening. A highlight of the night’s fashion, Williams sported a custom-made pair of Tiffany & Co. sunglasses, formed of 18K gold and 61 diamonds. Placed squarely on his lapel for all to see, J. Balvin donned a gold bird brooch with a green tourmaline.
Many social media stars, from Dixie D’Amelio to Hailey Bieber, also made their way down to the Tiffany celebration. Bieber took a maximalist approach to her Tiffany stylings, opting for three different platinum necklaces, two sets of diamond earrings, a tennis bracelet, a diamond line bracelet, and a V-ring. D’Amelio took a more rustic look, embracing Tiffany’s chain collection.
Tiffany & Co. has an effortless way of melding the high-end art world and luxury jewelry. This relationship is long and storied, from their housing of Andy Warhol in the late ‘50s to their present work immortalizing the art of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Thus, Tiffany’s presence at Miami Art Basel should be no surprise. The brand has a way of weaseling its way into the art scene, placing itself squarely in the world of museums and visual prowess. It’s clear that Tiffany thinks of itself as more than just a jewelry brand, but rather a product of the arts.