Cameron Silver, the man responsible for bringing vintage back, has come to Seattle to share his story and promote his new book, Decades: A Century of Fashion, at Tiffany & Co. in Bellevue Square. Before this event we had the privilege to interview him on his new book and Bravo docu-series as well as get his styling expertise.
Tiffany & Co
Had enough of the kitschy owl pendant craze? Yeah, we don’t give a hoot either. (Wa-waa.) In desperate need of a break from any animal-themed accessorizing, we’re currently loving the new collection of Lock jewelry courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
With an opening price point of just $80, you can treat yourself to a statement necklace (and that iconic Tiffany Blue box) that’s sure to stand the test of trend-ebbing time.
The distinguished jewelry company unveils new designs for 2010.
The yuletide season is upon us, as bell-ringers in Santa suits station themselves on street corners, festive jingles saturate the radio waves and local businesses offer up their annual holiday deals. A worldwide leader in diamond and fine jewelry sales, Tiffany & Co. is no exception. Ellen Rollins, Tiffany’s Group Director of the Pacific North Market, graciously treated me to a storewide tour and showcased some of the newest selections, as well as some classic favorites, all of which are currently available at the company’s locations.
Not to be outdone on the technological front, Tiffany & Co. has recently released an application for iPhone and iPad, available for free download at iTunes. The app allows users to search for Tiffany rings, based on shape, setting, metal or design.