Tiffany’s Colorful History

True to its reputation as a leader in American style, Tiffany proved this summer that it takes more than just jewels to stay in tune with consumers. The retail giant packed the power of its pedigree into a two-month exhibit at its Fifth Avenue flagship store. The exhibit captured today's trend toward color through a retrospective display of gemstones from the company's 147-year history. "Colors of Adornment: The Jewelry and Gemstones of Tiffany & Co." displayed 50 objects drawn primarily from Tiffany archives. The exhibit comprised three sections, divided thematically: "The Legacy of George Kunz," "Café Society," and "A Tradition Continues." Each section focused not only on the jewels but also on the designers who created them. Displayed in Tiffany's windows were watercolor interpretations of the exhibition by fashion illustrator Ruben Toledo. The first section focused on gemo

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