Carey Mulligan to Gwyneth Paltrow–came out to celebrate Tiffany & Co's newest collection at the Blue Book Ball (the first time it's been held in New York in decades), on April 18th, 2013.Hollywood's elite–from
But while the stars were bright they were no match for the jewels on display.
Inspired by the Jazz Age, with some pieces created specifically for The Great Gatsby, Tiffany's Blue Book boasts bracelets, earrings and headpieces with 1920s deco flair.
And though we will probably never be able to afford literally any of it (some pieces are priced in the millions), it doesn't hurt to look right? Click through to see highlights of the collection.
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