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Tiffany

Louis Comfort. 1848--1933, US glass-maker and Art-Nouveau craftsman, best known for creating the Favrile style of stained glass
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As it has for 130 years, the Tiffany Setting continues to shine as the ultimate symbol of true love, as well as the jeweler's reputation for the most beautiful diamonds on earth.
Former teen icon Tiffany, 44, had been at the club with friends, enjoying drinks, when she leapt on stage.
"Tiffany's luxury heritage lends itself perfectly to Cot/s prestige fragrance portfolio," said Bart Becht, chairman and interim chief executive officer, Coty.
Prototype samples of each category were shown at Dale Tiffany's showroom at the Dallas International Lighting Market last month.
Tiffany, 26, told the Irish Sunday Mirror: "I am very excited for Nadia.
Most brands would kill for the sort of instant recognition value of Tiffany & Co.'s robin's egg blue and that tiny box.
Tiffany's said it would record a fourth-quarter charge of $295 million to $305 million as a result of the ruling.
Anyone who recently proposed to his or her significant other with a Tiffany & Co.
The Tiffany & Co boss has proven himself to be somewhat an understated gem over the past decade, quietly steering the US bellwether through some excruciatingly hard times as the recession dampened the premium-buying proclivities of America's aspirational middle class.
1988 Tiffany - I Think We''re Alone Now WRITTEN by Ritchie Cordell, this song was initially a 1967 hit for the American recording artists Tommy James and the Shondells, reaching number four on the Billboard Hot 100.
Peretti's designs account for 10% of Tiffany's $3.6 billion in net sales worldwide in fiscal 2011, the most recent data available.