There’s something naturally alluring about shiny diamonds, and sparkling emeralds; more so when they’re from Tiffany’s & Co. With the announcement of a new exhibition titled ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ in Shanghai by this luxury jewellery brand, we’ve got another reason to fall in love with all things bling. By Bayar Jain

If pop culture has taught us anything, it’s that Tiffany & Co. is the place to head to for breakfast. Picture getting a chance to travel back in time and flipping through the pages of Audrey Hepburn’s personal annotations in the original script of the movie. With the launch of an immersive exhibition titled ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ in Shanghai by Tiffany & Co., the brand will be celebrating 180 years of its creative masterpieces.

‘Vision & Virtuosity’ is a tribute to Tiffany & Co., which has stood for masterful craftsmanship and innovative design since Charles Lewis Tiffany founded his company in New York City in 1837,” says Alessandro Bogliolo, chief executive officer, Tiffany & Co. “These two values—vision and virtuosity—lie at the heart of Tiffany & Co. and this exhibition represents the best of our brand.”

Representation and how! This one-of-a-kind showcase will take visitors through six chapters devoted to the New York based store’s longstanding history of design and craftsmanship. It will also allow guests to revisit some of their most prized possessions.

Starting with a visual testament to The World of Tiffany – a tribute to the influence of Tiffany’s across film, television, music and literature, the journey meanders through a showcase of their Montana sapphires, tanzanites, and modern engagement rings. The exhibition culminates with the crowning jewel of Tiffany—the Tiffany Diamond. This 128.54-carat fancy yellow diamond, which has long been a source of inspiration and a starting point for jewellery collections at Tiffany, is unequivocally one of the most important gemstones in the world.

Starting September 23, the exhibition will run till November 10, 2019 at the Fosun Foundation, Shanghai.

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