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November 11, 2004 | Barbara King, Barbara King can be reached at barbara.king@latimes.com.
Late on a midweek morning , Tiffany & Co. hums with Rodeo Drive consumers, a delectable incongruity of the blue-blazer and bared-navel brigades, the coifed and the careless, the blossoming and the doddering, the bejeweled and the unadorned, the local and the exotic.
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HOME & GARDEN
November 11, 2004 | Barbara King, Barbara King can be reached at barbara.king@latimes.com.
Late on a midweek morning , Tiffany & Co. hums with Rodeo Drive consumers, a delectable incongruity of the blue-blazer and bared-navel brigades, the coifed and the careless, the blossoming and the doddering, the bejeweled and the unadorned, the local and the exotic.
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NEWS
December 12, 1986 | BETTY GOODWIN
The topic these days isn't so much trendiness as it is style, the kind that lasts awhile. Four professional style setters, as it were, passed through town recently, each with new light to shed on the subject. Jean-Louis Dumas-Hermes is a scion of the Hermes clan, France's premier leather goods makers for the last 149 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In "Tiffany Jewels," Tiffany & Co. design director John Loring traces the history of the internationally renowned jeweler, whose creations have been worn by the world's elite over the past two centuries. The color-illustrated book also profiles the company's designers and contains newly discovered designs and anecdotes. Anyone who was anyone, it seems, simply had to own Tiffany jewelry--from Queen Victoria to Elizabeth Taylor.
NEWS
December 14, 1989 | BETTY GOODWIN
John Loring, senior vice president and design director of Tiffany & Co., has written his fifth book, "Tiffany Parties" (Doubleday, $60), chronicling some of the most lavish events of the decade, from the Reagans' last White House state dinner--decorated with peach-colored rose trees--to Patricia Kluge's birthday party at the Waldorf-Astoria Grand Ballroom in New York, awash with 1 million flowers. Like the stores he represents, Loring has become synonymous with taste and style.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In "Tiffany Jewels," Tiffany & Co. design director John Loring traces the history of the internationally renowned jeweler, whose creations have been worn by the world's elite over the past two centuries. The color-illustrated book also profiles the company's designers and contains newly discovered designs and anecdotes. Anyone who was anyone, it seems, simply had to own Tiffany jewelry--from Queen Victoria to Elizabeth Taylor.
FOOD
December 10, 1992 | BARBARA HANSEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Any book put out by Tiffany & Co. has to be glitzy. And "The Tiffany Gourmet Cookbook" is certainly that. It probes the culinary lifestyles of the super-affluent, giving the rest of us a chance to press our noses against the windows of some very tony dining rooms. The book is expensive, but it delivers lots of spectacular photographs of food and table settings and lengthy descriptions of how the privileged live and entertain.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1989
An exhibit of rare Christmas sketches by the late Andy Warhol will be shown Sunday at 6:30 p.m. during an open house fund-raiser for the Center for the Study of Decorative Arts. The sketches are being released by Tiffany & Co. for the first time on the West Coast in conjunction with two Warhol-designed Christmas cards that the firm is putting out this year, according to John Loring, senior vice president and design director. Warhol's work, totaling 20 drawings, was commissioned by Tiffany & Co.
NEWS
March 26, 1992
Designer table settings using Tiffany china and silver form the centerpiece for events this weekend in Rancho Santa Fe to benefit the Children's Home Society. The events, which begin Friday, will be at the Rancho Santa Fe Inn and at the Inn's Garden Club, at the corner of La Granada and Avenida Acacias. Twenty-five California designers have taken the theme "Off to the Movies" to create the table settings. John Loring, design director of Tiffany & Co.
HOME & GARDEN
December 20, 1997 | CYNDI Y. NIGHTENGALE
Caramel, nougat or creme? When it comes to chocolate candy, it's anyone's guess what's inside until it's poked, squeezed or bitten into. And it's so unguest-like to put candy back on the tray once it's been mutilated. Getting to the core of the matter is easier with the Sneak-Peek candy sampler. The candy sampler extracts a tiny core sample from the bottom of a filled chocolate.
FOOD
December 10, 1992 | BARBARA HANSEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Any book put out by Tiffany & Co. has to be glitzy. And "The Tiffany Gourmet Cookbook" is certainly that. It probes the culinary lifestyles of the super-affluent, giving the rest of us a chance to press our noses against the windows of some very tony dining rooms. The book is expensive, but it delivers lots of spectacular photographs of food and table settings and lengthy descriptions of how the privileged live and entertain.
NEWS
December 14, 1989 | BETTY GOODWIN
John Loring, senior vice president and design director of Tiffany & Co., has written his fifth book, "Tiffany Parties" (Doubleday, $60), chronicling some of the most lavish events of the decade, from the Reagans' last White House state dinner--decorated with peach-colored rose trees--to Patricia Kluge's birthday party at the Waldorf-Astoria Grand Ballroom in New York, awash with 1 million flowers. Like the stores he represents, Loring has become synonymous with taste and style.
NEWS
December 12, 1986 | BETTY GOODWIN
The topic these days isn't so much trendiness as it is style, the kind that lasts awhile. Four professional style setters, as it were, passed through town recently, each with new light to shed on the subject. Jean-Louis Dumas-Hermes is a scion of the Hermes clan, France's premier leather goods makers for the last 149 years.
NEWS
April 22, 1996 | ANN CONWAY
For Naomi Lindstrom, beads are a girl's best friend. "They may not be diamonds," Lindstrom said of her collection of ancient and tribal beads, on display at the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art in Santa Ana, "but they have a cultural significance that is so much more important." Which is not to say Lindstrom dismisses "ice"--also on view last week when Cartier jewelers staged a reception for the museum's Art of Adorning festival.
NEWS
January 18, 1998 | KATHY BRYANT
Say "Tiffany" and what do you think of? Is it Audrey Hepburn staring into the store's windows on Fifth Avenue? Louis Comfort Tiffany's art nouveau designs? The thousands of teenage girls named Tiffany? Or is it the Tiffany corporate empire of more than 120 stores? As related in the recently published "Tiffany's 20th Century, A Portrait of American Style" by John Loring (Harry N. Abrams), American style and Tiffany's are synonymous, especially when it comes to marketing genius.
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