Tiffany & Co. Annual Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala
Karolina Kurkova and Doutzen Kroes shine at this fourth edition wearing the new Tiffany & Co. collection.
At Leonardo DiCaprio’s annual fundraising gala, Tiffany premiered a short film narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio on the ivory crisis and the importance of elephant conservation. The film concluded with a preview of Tiffany’s upcoming Save the Wild collection, from which 100% of net proceeds with be donated to the Elephant Crisis Fund, with a minimum commitment of one million dollars.
Karolina Kurkova and Doutzen Kroes shined in Tiffany & Co. at the Leonardo DiCaprio gala in the South of France a couple of days ago, which raised tens of millions for his foundation and its charities each year.
The collection is comprised of charms and brooches in rose gold with diamonds and sterling silver with tsavorite, a stone which Tiffany introduced in 1974 after it was discovered near Tsavo National Park in Kenya – one of Africa’s great strongholds for elephants. The event's most generous donors were each gifted a pendant from the collection.
Tiffany’s Chief Sustainability Officer Anisa Kamadoli Costa, and model Doutzen Kroes, auctioned a remarkable Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger elephant brooch in Pallioné enamel, 18 karat gold and platinum with pave diamond ears and gemstone eyes, raising an additional $225,000.00 for the cause.