We travel back in time to New York in the 60's. However this time, Audrey Hepburn's iconic Breakfast at Tiffany's is reimagined with Beyonce and Jay Z. Filmed in the backseat of a Rolls Royce motor car, Tiffany & Co.'s newest film Date Night is all about he loves me, he loves me not, a night with the Carter's under the Manhattan skyline.
Now cue to the crackling of an old radio station and the soundtrack of Paul Anka’s Put Your Head on My Shoulder. Tiffany & Co.'s newest campaign film Date Night invites us all into the backseat with the Carter's, playfully relishing in all things American including stopping over for a slice of pizza and a glass of Armand de Brigna.
A special film directed by Dikayl Rimmascin with second director Derek Milto; Date Night is the latest bonus addition to sit in par in part of Tiffany & Co.'s latest campaign titled About Love. The bonus film Date Night explores a whimsical and tongue in cheek dynamic to family love, rendering the experience whole, including a cameo by none other than daughter Blue Ivy.
The story remains uplifting, hopeful and joyfully optimistic; while also unveiling some of Tiffany & Co.'s most legendary pieces such as the 18k gold Bird on a Rock brooch and the atelier's widely acclaimed Jean Schlumberger designs.
The Carters also continue their ongoing partnership with Tiffany & Co. in sharing their visions with that of the atelier; this time partnering with BeyGOOD and the Shawn Carter Foundation in supporting the students and creatives at Historically Black Colleges and Universities under its new scholarship initiative, the Tiffany & Co. About Love Scholarship Program. Tiffany & Co.'s short film Date Night is available to view in the video above, with more information on the collections and the About Love campaign available through tiffany.com.au and online through all Tiffany & Co. social media.