Gal Gadot was beaming as she was seen at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the remodeled Tiffany & Co store in New York City's midtown on Wednesday.The
Gal Gadot was beaming as she was seen at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the remodeled Tiffany & Co store in New York City‘s midtown on Wednesday.
The Wonder Woman actress wore a beige leather coat over an ivory suit that had a black belt which matched her high heels. The brunette beauty from Israel was dripping in the brand’s yellow gold and diamond jewelry.
The 37-year-old star – who is Tiffany & Co’s global ambassador – was also seen posing next to 30-year-old Alexandre Arnault, the son of 74-year-old French business magnate Bernard Arnault.
The Arnault family, which runs the LVMH empire, is the richest in the world with a worth of over $200 billion, according to Forbes.
Alexander, who wore tennis shoes with his blue suit, has been casting more actresses in the Tiffany & Co campaigns since he took over; the brand previously used models.
A bright light: Gal Gadot was beaming as she was seen at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the remodeled Tiffany & Co store in New York City’s midtown on Wednesday
Wonder-ful: The Wonder Woman actress wore a beige leather coat over an ivory suit that had a black belt which matched her high heels. The brunette beauty from Israel was dripping in the brand’s yellow gold and diamond jewelry
Alexandre is one of fashion’s youngest chief executives
At just 25 years old he oversaw luxury luggage brand Rimowa, particularly renowned among the celebrity crowd.
Now he is the EVP of product and communications for Tiffany & Co.
The Wednesday event was the reopening of Tiffany & Co’s famous New York City flagship store The Landmark.
Alexander made sure to be seen by Gadot’s side and even cut the baby blue ribbon himself.
In the new ads, Gal took inspiration from Audrey Hepburn’s classic Breakfast At Tiffany’s style.
She posed up in a radiant new campaign for iconic jeweler Tiffany & Co in mid April.
In a new video, the star wowed with her hair pulled back into a sleek Holly Golightly-inspired updo, paired with a sleeveless black top.
Boss baby: The 37-year-old star – who is Tiffany & Co’s global ambassador – was also seen posing next to 30-year-old Alexandre Arnault, the son of 74-year-old French billionaire business magnate Bernard Arnault
Diamond studs adorned the Red Notice star’s ears and her make-up featured dramatic rouge and nude lipstick.
As the mom of three puts a necklace and ring from the company’s Tiffany T line onto her neck and fingers she looks at the camera sassily.
‘I’ve always got time for T,’ the Fast Five actress said as the video cuts to a close up of the ring.
Last year, the WW84 actress signed on as the face of Tiffany & Co.’s high-end Blue Book collection and shot her first ad for the brand based on the Botanica line.
Don’t call him Alex: Alexander, who wore tennis shoes with his suit, has been casting more celebrities in the Tiffany & Co campaigns since he took over; the brand previously used models
‘This was one of my favorite campaigns to shoot,’ Gal told the Hollywood Reporter at the time.
‘I’ve never seen anything quite as stunning as the Botanica Dandelion necklace we shot. Tiffany’s diamonds and craftsmanship are truly unparalleled.’
‘It’s such an honor to be included in this Tiffany campaign,’ she added
‘The pieces I am wearing from the 2022 Blue Book collection Botanica are some of my favorites, as they are inspired by the most beautiful flowers: the dandelion and orchid.’
‘Gal Gadot is more than a house ambassador. She epitomizes the effortless glamour, sheer sophistication and sense of modernity that Blue Book represents,’ Alexandre Arnault, executive vice president of product and communication for Tiffany & Co., said in a statement.
‘We are thrilled that she is the face of the new campaign,’ he added.
Gal is also only the 4th woman to ever wear the 128.54-carat ‘Tiffany Diamond,’ which she did in her role in Death on the Nile, the 2022 film based on the classic Agatha Christie novel.
A nice pale blue carpet: The sidewalk was covered in the famous Tiffany & Co blue
The Tiffany diamond is the most famous the piece in the jeweler’s vast collection.
It is a 128.54-carat cushion-cut yellow diamond featuring 82 facets and set on a diamond-embellished necklace.
Lady Gaga wore it to the 2019 Academy Awards when she won the Oscar for Best Original Song for Shallow from A Star is Born.
The one-of-a-kind necklace also decorated the neck of the legendary Audrey Hepburn during a promotional shoot for Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It also appears briefly in a scene in the 1961 film.
Meanwhile, when Gal isn’t modeling high-end, very expensive jewelry or starring in Hollywood blockbusters, she’s a busy mom of three children.
Inspiration?: In a new video, the actress wowed with her hair pulled back into a sleek Holly Golightly-inspired updo (pictured R), paired with a sleeveless black top
She shares daughters Alma, 11 Maya, six, and Daniella, one, with husband Jaron Varsano, 48.
‘On the one hand, it’s overwhelming because you’re being outnumbered and all of that, but, on the other hand, I feel like we — now we’re whole, we have been expecting her the whole time and now it feels so good because I feel like in the first one you worry about having your first child,’ she said after the birth of her youngest.
‘The first one you’re so nervous about how it’s going to be. The second one, you worry about the first one, how she’s going to take it.
‘Then by the third one, you’re, like, they can deal with each other, let’s enjoy this.’