Tiffany & Co. sparkles on The Met Gala’s red carpet

Tiffany & Co. jewelry was featured throughout the night on the red carpet at the 2021 "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" Met Gala.

The Met Costume Institute Gala returned with a last-gasp-of-summer appearance rather than in its usual first-Monday-in-May slot for the new “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” and once again Tiffany & Co. jewelry shone on the red carpet.

Model Hailey Bieber dazzled in a Tiffany & Co. Blue Book diamond necklace and a variety of Tiffany True, Tiffany Soleste and Tiffany Embrace diamond rings to go with her Saint Laurent dress.

Actress and Tiffany brand ambassador Tracee Ellis Ross stunned in a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger ring and ear clips, along with diamond bracelets from the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book collection to complement her bold blue Balenciaga ensemble. 

Actress Jordan Alexander made a statement in a colorful Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger necklace, bracelet and earrings from the Blue Book collection, as well as a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger Ailsa ring, which played off her colorful Christopher John Rogers dress.

Actress Laura Harrier selected a pair of Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger earrings and rings to complete her striking Altuzarra look.

US Open women’s singles winner Emma Raducanu’s Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger earrings and Tiffany Victoria rings sparkled against her Chanel dress.

Model Imaan Hammam sizzled in two platinum Tiffany Diamond bracelets and diamond earrings.

Skier Eileen Gu, another Tiffany ambassador, wore a Tiffany & Co. Blue Book pendant and diamond rings to accessorize her Khaite dress.

Meanwhile, Tiffany has launched not only its “Knot Your Typical City” campaign, with actress Anya Taylor-Joy and some deliciously knotty pieces, but its “About Love” campaign, featuring Beyoncé singing “Moon River,” made famous in the 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” and rapper-hubby  Jay-Z in a film by Emmanuel Adjei. It’s the short but bittersweet story of longing, love – and, of course, plenty of bling.

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