2017 Baby2Baby Gala - Arrivals

December 4, 2017

Posted by Isabella

Three trendsetting celebs are sporting this classic jewelry brand

Trends need trendsetters to make them happen (sorry, Gretchen Weiners, but “fetch” just didn’t happen). But even trendsetters know that you should never ditch the classics, and that these classics can even elevate the best of fashion trends. This is why these three uber chic celebrities were seen sporting Tiffany & Co. jewelry — undoubtedly among the most timeless of jewelry brands.


Jessica Biel at the Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles


2017 Baby2Baby Gala - Arrivals

Jessica was an absolute stunner at the Baby2Baby Gala this year. She complemented her net-inspired outfit with inside-out hoop earrings, the Tiffany HardWear ball ring and the Tiffany T two ring (a nod to her hubby, maybe?) — all of which were covered in diamonds, of course.

Alexa Chung at Old Bond Street


Alexa Chung Unveils Tiffany & Co. Christmas Windows For 2017

The British model, host and fashion designer was spotted at the unveiling of Tiffany & Co.’s holiday window display at Old Bond Street in London. She sported a gorgeous diamond cluster necklace, an aquamarine ring set on platinum and surrounded by diamonds, a colored diamond wave ring and the Tiffany Enchant oval diamond ring. Sounds like she’s giving Posh Spice a run for her money!

Dakota Fanning at the 12th Rome Film Festival


Tiffany & Co. Gala Dinner For Please Stand By Movie

Looks like this actress is just crazy for Tiffany & Co. because she was seen wearing its jewelry at both the photo call and premiere of her new film, Please Stand By, at the 12th Rome Film Festival. For the premiere, she donned a diamond cluster necklace and a matching bracelet, as well as flower-shaped earrings and a gorgeous ring. For the photo call, she went for the gold (literally) with a gold chain-link bracelet, dangling gold earrings and a gold Tiffany T ring.

Please Stand By Photocall - 12th Rome Film Fest

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