Beyoncé is currently the first Black woman to wear the iconic 128.54 carat Tiffany Diamond.
The award-winning entertainer wears the dazzling piece of jewelry, which features one of the world’s biggest yellow jewels, as she and her rapper spouse Jay-Z become the essences of Tiffany and Co’s new “About Love” campaign.
The Tiffany Diamond was initially uncovered in South Africa in 1877. From that point forward, it has been worn by Mary Whitehouse, spouse of American representative Edwin Sheldon Whitehouse, Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn, and artist Lady Gaga.
The couples shoot is the first run through the jewel has been featured in a promoting campaign, according to Tiffany.
In one of the photographs, 51 year-old Jay-Z, was unwinding in a seat, as he stares at his partner Beyoncé who diverts her internal Hepburn in a black outfit, matched with black show gloves and a stylish updo.
Jay-Z adds some extravagance to his black tuxedo by wearing Jean Schlumberger’s unbelievable Bird on a Rock ornament, reproduced as a couple of unique sleeve fasteners.
As a brand that has consistently represented love, strength and self-articulation, Tiffany couldn’t think about a more famous couple that better represents their qualities. Thusly, they are honored to have Jay-Z and Beyoncé as a part of their Tiffany family.
The “About Love” crusade, shot by Mason Poole, is launching all around the world on September 2.
As a component of the partnership, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have additionally recorded a video advert which will include Beyoncé’s version of “Moon River,” the popular tune from the 1961 film “Breakfast At Tiffany’s.”