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The Best Dressed Crowd At The Tiffany Paper Flowers Party

The good looking and best dressed pack spotted at the launch party of Paper Flowers by Tiffany & Co.

The launch party of Tiffany Paper Flowers by the American jeweller at the Museum of Contemporary Art at Loewen Road on August 29 saw the brand rolling out some of the Big Apple’s iconic symbols. Cue the life-sized Subway carriage, newspaper stands and Central Park benches — all swathed in the brand’s trademark shade of robin egg blue and, adorned with larger-than-life floral paper cutouts.

The minimalist and industrial-tinged Paper Flowers range will launch in stores in September, and comprises of abstract petals made of platinum that are held together with a pin. It’s also the most significant jewellery collection at Tiffany & Co. since 2009 and the first bijoux designed by new chief creative officer Reed Krakoff for the house.

Above, the best dressed attendees that caught our eyes.

Fashion personality Nicole Warne stands out in the crowd in this eye-popping saffron number by fellow Aussie designer Dion Lee. She finishes the look with a pair of silver Casadei pumps.
Female Collective member and branding specialist Aarika Lee keeps it playful with a velvet Vetements draped dress that comes with an open back detail.
Nicole Wong, founder of creative agency NPlusC, is a study of understated cool in her monochrome colour palette. She pairs her off-white denim suit from H&M Studio with a pair of Chanel slingbacks and a Tod’s bag.
We’re loving the fun feather detail on beauty entrepreneur Gwendolyn Toh who opts for a sophisticated blazer dress by Pomelo and nude Valentino pumps.
Private banker Serene Chua dazzles with the bold prints on her dress. She accessorises her get-up with a pair of Jimmy Choo sandals and a Bottega Veneta clutch.
Assistant public relations manager Harriet Sackar layers her Ellery top over her Raey dress to give some visual depth to this all-black minimalist get-up. She completes her outfit with bejewelled Scanlan Theodore sandals.
Creative consultant Tracy Phillips keeps things casual and cool with a colour-blocked T-shirt and Nike platform sneakers
For a lesson on relaxed chic, look no further than public relations director Lynn Yeow-de Vito who slips on a maxi dress by The Tui Collection and a pair of Tod’s leather slides.
Astrie Sunindar-Ratner, the founder of Beauty Candy, complements her flirty sequinned Zara skirt with a handmade box clutch by Dubai-based label L’afshar.