Monday, February 8, 2016

Crazy About Tiffany’s Special Screening!


If you will be in town on February 18, please consider reserving a ticket to a special screening of Crazy About Tiffany’s at the AMC Loews 19th Street East 6 (at 890 Broadway) at 7pm. Because it is a screening a day in advance of the film’s general release date, we need 84 more tickets to sell by February 11 to make this a go, so tell everybody you know who might be interested! Click here for details and to reserve a ticket, which will not be charged to your credit card unless the screening is happening for sure. If it does, every ticket sold is entered into a drawing for a $1,000 gift card from Tiffany & Co., so somebody at the NYC screening could wind up with a pretty bauble out of this too!

You know it won’t be a movie about Tiffany’s without Audrey! Photo from Doctor Macro.

I can’t wait to see what behind-the-scenes info the film features. People interviewed in the movie include Tiffany’s design director Francesca Amfitheatrof, stylist and designer Rachel Zoe, and director Baz Luhrmann, who made terrific use of stunning Tiffany & Co. jewels in The Great Gatsby.

Baz Luhrmann looking dapper in a still from the film. He used a lot of Tiffany & Co. jewelry in The Great Gatsby.

One of the most iconic boxes and ribbon in the world! (And hey, nice manicure and wedding set on the associate!)

I think this movie promises to be something special for fine jewelry lovers, NYC history buffs, and anyone who has a special place in their heart for Tiffany’s! Isn’t that all of us?

If this February 18 screening does not happen I hope the film will still play somewhere in Manhattan when it opens on February 19. If you are going to a showing, let me know, I may see you there!

4 comments:

Hermesmerized™ the duchessofH said...

I wish I could attend. I have a copy of the Bergdorf documentary and I will be sure to add this Tiffany one to my collection.
My engagement and wedding band came from Tiffany's and the design was so problematic they don't make it any more. I've had it repaired so many times; they will no longer fix it for free.

Jill said...

Hello Duchess, I love it when you drop by! I'm with you--this movie will be making it right into my DVD collection as soon as it is available, I already know in advance!

That is so interesting about about your wedding set! It might be too personal to write about, but that would be a great post, I would love to read about it. I always wonder why designs are discontinued at jewelry houses, and it sounds like you know exactly why, in the case of your set. xx P.S. Still thinking about your new header image, what a fabulous combo of a rare skin Birkin and (South Sea?) pearls. Wowza!

Hermesmerized™ the duchessofH said...

Thank You Jill! It is so nice to read your reply.
I would be absolutely fine posting about my ring; and pearls too.
I know a little about pearls, as my husband's friend is a third generation (Japanese) pearl buyer, and almost all of my pearls were purchased from him.
He is now retired; but if I ever want to buy more pearls, I wouldn't proceed without his referral.

Jill said...

I can't wait to read about your ring and anything you have to say about pearls! xx