When you think of Tiffany’s, you probably think “blue,” “diamonds,” and “breakfast,” in that order. The first two can definitely be found at their New York flagship store, and now so can the third thing. The only shocking aspect to that news is that it’s only happening now, in 2017.
Until today, what I knew about Tiffany & Co. can be condensed into three neat bullet points: Audrey Hepburn; robin’s egg blue; this blog post by Jezebel’s Joanna Rothkopf. Recently I learned that Tiffany & Co. might have a sense of humor—here’s the twist—I’m on board.
A marriage is a special club for two. Now you can start that two-person organization with a full pantry by setting up a wedding registry at the greatest club of all: Costco.
The jeweler responsible for unleashing Audrey Hepburn posters and aqua wedding colors upon America just got hit with a racial discrimination lawsuit.
Today in "seriously, why has this not happened before," a former vice president of Tiffany & Co. has been accused of stealing $1.3 million worth of jewelry from the company. If you have ever worked in a restaurant and furtively eaten a quesadilla while hunched over the trash can, then you're basically in the same…
According to disclosure forms filed by his wife, the presidential hopeful had a Tiffany's credit card with a debt of $250,001 to $500,000. Of course, fiscal conservatism doesn't have to mean personal frugality. If you're rich, that is.
It's fairly obvious that the Tiffany & Co. Engagement Ring Finder was invented for women. After all, the goal of all unmarried ladies is to have a hunk of diamond on that special finger — and quick! But it's strange: