Best Dressed At Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball From Gwyneth Paltrow In Ralph Lauren To Carey Mulligan In Victoria Beckham

19 April 2013 by

Last night some of the hottest stars in the celeb-sphere joined together at the Rockefeller Center to sip champers over diamonds at the Tiffany & Co Blue Book Ball. The bash was to celebrate the Blue Book Collection of Tiffany’s most breathtaking jewels, inspired by the Roaring Twenties. Oh and the stars even got to wear them.

Stars walked down the Tiffany blue carpet and passed through a white ribboned entrance to enter a party of Fitzgerald's dreams. The jazz age ball attracted star of the Great Gatsby Carey Mulligan, along with director Baz Luhrmann and costume designer Catherine Martin.

But onto the important question, what do you wear to a Tiffany ball? Blue of course, and a whole lotta diamonds. We imagine the place was swarming with security as the each stars borrowed jewels from the Blue Book Collection.

Kate Hudson was Miss Tiffany in an aqua Reem Acra gown with elegant detailing at the hip, and dripping in Tiffany & Co diamonds. Gwyneth Paltrow missed the London Iron Man premiere to attend the Tiffany event and wore an elegant teal silk gown with cold shoulders. She was also sprinkled with Tiffany & co sparkles as her diamond earrings from the Blue Book collection are worth a stonking $400,000.

Carey Mulligan was oh so fashion forward in a Victoria Beckham smoking tuxedo suit with slashed sleeves, which she paired with diamond drop earrings and a square-cut Tiffany deco ring worth an eye-watering $800,000.

As you would expect Sarah Jessica Parker made a statement with her Tiffany jewels, as she opted for a large round tanzanite necklace, surrounded by diamonds worth a cool $265,000. Oh to be a friend of Tiffany & Co...

See all the looks from the Tiffany & Co Blue Book Ball in the gallery above and let us know which look is your favourite


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