It’s giving “old money aesthetic”
I’m a passionate collector of Armorial china from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, so I’m particularly excited to introduce “Tiffany Crest”—the debut coat of arms from the American luxury house in honor of its rich heritage dating back to 1837.
The crest resurrects beloved motifs from @tiffanyandco ’s incredibly unique history, incorporating the maple leaf (which represents New York), silversmith tools, gemstones, and dragonflies, while the whole silhouette nods to Schlumberger’s famous 1960 brooch, “Bird on a Rock.”
Tiffany & Co. originally began as a stationery and fancy goods store in 1837—a tradition that is deeply ingrained in our heritage to this day. As an American icon, we set the standard for tableware and goods for the home then and now. Artistic Director of Tiffany Home @thelsd ushers in the next era of design with her upcoming Tiffany Crest collection at our dinner with @martinamondadori in celebration of @cabanamagazine ’s 20th edition. Link in bio. #CabanaN20#TiffanyAndCo
Last night we celebrated our @tiffanyandco partnership with my friend, @martinamondadori the founder of @cabanamagazine , on their 20th issue covers which have been printed in silk and feature our Tiffany Toile print. Guests also previewed my latest collection for Tiffany & Co, The Tiffany Crest Collection, which is my take on armorial china.
A Room Of One’s Own
So thrilled to have been selected as honorary co-chair of this year’s @sffallshow , an annual art, antique and design fair, this year with the theme ‘La Dolce Vita”. As part of my role, I was tasked with designing a vignette to showcase @degournay Roman Chinoiserie wallpaper. I elicited the help of my friend, the brilliant interior designer @remy_renzullo , to create a vignette that evokes the winter gardens of northern Italian estates of the 18th and 19th centuries, such as Vistorta, the country home of the Brandolini d’Adda family decorated by the legendary Renzo Mongiardino. I also had the opportunity to speak on my favorite topic, which is of course, good taste, and who gets to decide what it is, with @stellenevolandes and a group of 250+ of SF’s chicest.
Special thanks to all of the dealers who generously loaned pieces and all of those who supported along the way: @cmarianiantiques@gardencourtsf@firstname.lastname@example.org@artistoric_co@schott_studios@clairemarieflowers@tiffanyandco@modaoperandi and @suzannetuckerhome . Until next time, San Francisco!
Join us for a new episode of “A Morning With” in Paris with American Entrepreneur and co-founder of @modaoperandi , Lauren Santo Domingo. Discover her routines and rituals in her home away from home!
“Girl Math” is nothing new (sorry, Gen Z). In my day, we called it “Cost Per Wear.”
Basically, If you wear The Row’s Cowal blazer five days a week for a year, it costs $11.35. And if you wear it three different ways, you’re accruing interest.
Click the link in bio for more inventive cost saving strategies—it will cost you more if you don’t so you actually can’t afford not to 💁🏼♀️
Kering for Women raised almost 2$million dollars which included a raucous bidding war between @laurenwsanchez & @kimkardashian for a couture gown in support of women’s organizations to prevent violence against women and support survivors, a sincere plea from @oprahdaily to face the ugly truths and late night lullaby by @florence
and in a stunning plot twist, @nicolekidman revealed herself to be a knowledgeable football fan and we are both diehard Buffalo Bills fans now 😘 @stefondiggs
If there ever was a wolf in sheep’s clothing…this is it 🐑
All this talk about supply chain, we went straight to the source. With the help of @isabellarossellini and @elettrawiedemann , plus their flock of rare-breed sheep at @mamafarm , designer @aislingcamps is weaving the farm-to-fashion blueprint. Discover the exclusive-to-Moda capsule with the link in bio.