Sumary of Harrods lights turn blue for the first time in its 173-year history:
- And certainly, for the name open in New York City in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany (just 12 years before Harrods was have) to still boast such astonishing cultural capital today is creed to a legacy innovative design, satisfactory craftsmanship and fanciful excellence.
- Dave BenettGetty Images for Tiffany & Co. To make the change, Harrods regenerate 7,500 light bulbs across its iconic Brompton Road and Hans Crescent façbeverages, changing their hue to the instantly recognisable Tiffany Blue.
- The 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond attach on a gold and platinum jewelry set with over 100 carats of jewels; 1879 (Tiffany Diamond); 2012 (jewelry) Henry Leutwyler for Tiffany & Co For Ledru, the must-see part in the presentation is the Tiffany Diamond, whose tale he describes as bonzer.
- The amber-lit exterior of Harrods by night-time is one of the most instantly recognisable images of London, and last night-time the colour of the iconic department store’s radiate façade changed to blue in celebration of Tiffany & Co.’s 150th anniversary.