“A Sparkling Night with Gal Gadot and Alexander Arnault: The Billion-Dollar Smile and Tiffany’s Global Ambassador”

On Wednesday, Gal Gadot attended the opening of the newly renovated Tiffany & Co store in midtown New York, and she looked absolutely radiant. The Wonder Woman star wore a beige leather coat over an ivory suit, accessorized with black belt and high heels that matched perfectly. To complete her look, the Israeli actress was adorned with the brand’s yellow gold and diamond jewelry. As the global ambassador for Tiffany & Co, the 37-year-old star was seen posing alongside Alexandre Arnault, the son of the French business magnate Bernard Arnault, who is the richest family in the world with a net worth of over $200 billion, according to Forbes. Alexandre, who donned a blue suit with tennis shoes, has been successfully casting actresses in Tiffany & Co campaigns since he took over, breaking away from the brand’s previous use of 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

Gal Gadot was sporting a radiant smile while attending a ceremony to inaugurate the refurbished Tiffany & Co store in midtown New York City 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

Golden girl: The brunette beauty from Israel was dripping in the brand's yellow gold and diamond jewelry

The actress who played Wonder Woman looked stunning in a beige leather coat worn over an ivory suit that had a black belt, paired with matching high heels. She sparkled in yellow gold and diamond jewelry from the brand. Alexandre, one of the youngest CEOs in fashion, previously oversaw the luxury luggage brand Rimowa, which is popular among celebrities. He now holds the position of EVP of product and communications for Tiffany & Co. During the reopening event of their New York City flagship store, Alexandre was seen by Gadot’s side, cutting the ribbon himself. Gal’s recent campaign for the iconic jeweler drew inspiration from Audrey Hepburn’s classic Breakfast At Tiffany’s style, featuring her in a sleeveless black top and a sleek Holly Golightly-inspired updo.

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

The famous actor, who holds the position of a global ambassador for Tiffany & Co., was recently spotted taking snaps with Alexandre Arnault. The 30-year-old is the son of Bernard Arnault, a 74-year-old French billionaire businessman.

The star of Red Notice wore diamond studs on her ears and bold rouge with nude lipstick for her latest video. Being a mother of three, she added a Tiffany T necklace and ring to her outfit and confidently posed for the camera. She playfully remarked, “I always have time for T,” as the camera zoomed in on the ring. As an ambassador for Tiffany & Co., she previously modeled for the luxury brand’s Blue Book collection and starred in an advertisement featuring their 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

Avoid referring to him as Alex. Since taking over, Alexander has been featuring more celebrities in Tiffany & Co campaigns, a deviation from their previous use of models. Gal Gadot expressed her love for the Botanica Dandelion necklace they shot for the campaign, citing Tiffany’s unparalleled diamonds and craftsmanship. She felt honored to be part of the campaign, particularly since she finds the pieces from the 2022 Blue Book collection Botanica, which are inspired by dandelions and orchids, to be some of her favorites. Alexandre Arnault, the executive vice president of product and communication for Tiffany & Co., praised Gal, the brand’s house ambassador, for epitomizing the effortless glamour, sheer sophistication, and modernity that Blue Book represents. He stated that they were thrilled that she was the face of the new campaign. In Death on the Nile, the 2022 film based on the classic Agatha Christie novel, Gal also became the fourth woman to wear the 128.54-carat ‘Tiffany Diamond.’

A nice pale blue carpet: The sidewalk was covered in the famous Tiffany & Co blue

As I strolled down the sidewalk, I couldn’t help but notice how it was adorned with a lovely pale blue color reminiscent of the famous Tiffany & Co brand. Speaking of Tiffany’s, their most notable piece in their extensive collection is the magnificent Tiffany diamond. This stunning jewel is a cushion-cut yellow diamond weighing in at 128.54 carats and boasting 82 facets. The diamond is mounted on a necklace embellished with diamonds. It has been worn by legendary figures such as Audrey Hepburn during a Breakfast at Tiffany’s promotional shoot and briefly appeared in a scene from the 1961 film. Lady Gaga also donned the one-of-a-kind necklace while accepting the Oscar award for Best Original Song for Shallow from A Star is Born in 2019. Additionally, when Gal isn’t gracing magazine covers modeling high-end, pricey jewelry or acting in Hollywood blockbusters, she is a devoted mother of three children.

Spilling the T: 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 and says  'I've always got time for T'

inspired: Audrey Hepburn is pictured in Breakfast At Tiffany's in 1961

The actress amazed in a recent video with an updo inspired by Holly Golightly, complete with a black sleeveless top. She is married to Jaron Varsano and has three daughters: Alma, 11, Maya, six, and Daniella, one. The birth of her youngest completed their family, though it was overwhelming to be outnumbered at first. With each child, the worries and concerns shifted, from the first child to the second, and finally to the third, where they could simply enjoy the experience without too much stress.

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