Lady Gaga sparkled in Tiffany & Co. jewels on the red carpet for the premiere of her upcoming film House of Gucci today. The Academy Award winner accessorized her stunning purple ensemble with a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Hands necklace, ​36 Stone Bracelet and Stitches Ring with Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Sea Fan earrings and a variety of Tiffany Victoria® and Tiffany HardWear bracelets and Elsa Peretti® and Paloma cuffs

About Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co., founded in New York City in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany, is a global luxury jeweler synonymous with elegance, innovative design, fine craftsmanship and creative excellence.

With more than 300 retail stores worldwide and a workforce of more than 13,000 employees,
Tiffany & Co. and its subsidiaries design, manufacture and market jewelry, watches and luxury accessories. Nearly 5,000 skilled artisans cut Tiffany diamonds and craft jewelry in the Company’s own workshops, realizing the brand’s commitment to superlative quality. 

Tiffany & Co. has a long-standing commitment to conducting its business responsibly, sustaining the natural environment, prioritizing diversity and inclusion, and positively impacting the communities

in which it operates. To learn more about Tiffany & Co. and its commitment to sustainability, please visit


About Tiffany & Co.’s Diamond Traceability 

Tiffany & Co. is strongly committed to the responsible sourcing of all our diamonds. As a leader in championing responsible mining efforts for the past 25 years, Tiffany & Co. is the first global luxury jeweler to offer diamond traceability by sharing the full craftsmanship journey of its newly sourced, individually registered diamonds (0.18 carats or larger) and disclosing the country where these diamonds are crafted and set. Tiffany & Co believes that responsible sourcing practices can help promote the protection of human rights, fair and safe labor practices, protection of the environment and ethical business conduct. To learn more about Tiffany’s long history of sustainability and sourcing practices, please visit