Tiffany & Co. is Headed to Tokyo For an Exhibit

Tiffany Wonder is a sprawling, immaculately curated jewel box of delight. 

Just like everyone else on your social media feeds, Tiffany & Co. are also heading to Japan in time for sakura season. In their case, the luxury brand is staging a sprawling exhibit. Called Tiffany Wonder, this captivating show will be hosted at the TOKYO NODE gallery in the iconic Toranomon Hills Station Tower. Featuring a unique experience across 10 beautifully curated rooms, guests are able to learn about the history and legacy of the brand courtesy of 300 never-before-seen artifacts.

Why Tokyo? The city holds a special place in Tiffany’s history, dating back to 1837 when founder Charles Lewis Tiffany first sourced Japanese goods — a rarity at the time. From Louis Comfort Tiffany’s artistic inspiration to Elsa Peretti’s contemporary designs infused with Japanese influence, the connection between the two run deep. 

For opening night of the exhibition, the brand celebrated with a star studded event. Elegantly traipsing the blue carpet were familiar faces ranging from Pharrell to Rosé to actress/director Olivia Wilde, all keen to check out the new exhibition. This party was the perfect way to showcase the multifaceted exhibition as the guests meandered through each room dazzling at each of the Tiffany pieces on display. 

Check out who showed up at the carpet as well as a sneak preview of pieces from the exhibit below.  And should you be in Tokyo, you can visit Tiffany Wonder, open from April 12th to June 23rd, 2024.

Olivia Wilde

Rosie Huntington-Whitely


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