Ever since it was immortalized by Audrey Hepburn over half a century ago, Tiffany & Co. remains the ultimate ideal in luxury and high fashion, both in New York City and around the world. However, few know what it is really like behind the scenes, but a brand new documentary is here to put all questions to rest.
Directed by Matthew Miele ("Harry Benson: Shoot First"), "Crazy About Tiffany's" has been acquired by distributor Gravitas Ventures, who plans to release the film in select theaters and VOD on February 19.
The film digs deep into the history and legacy of the famed jewelry store. It's impact on pop culture is covered through interviews with Baz Luhrmann Jessica Biel, Katie Couric and celebrity stylists Kate Young and Rachel Zoe.
"It’s a privilege to be able to look inside the timeless beauty of such a cherished and wildly successful company," said Julie Candelaria, Sr. Vice President of Marketing for Gravitas Ventures. "And better yet, to then share the inner workings of that absolute iconic brand with millions of people. We are so honored to partner with Matthew Miele and Quixotic."
The day before the film is released, viewers in 50 markets can access the film on Tugg. For more information, click here.