Tiffany & Co. welcomed guests to its New York City flagship on Wednesday night to celebrate the launch of its new home and accessories collection, a debut by Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff, as well as its newly opened Blue Box Café, which, as you would expect, is covered in Tiffany's signature hue.
Among the attendees were Olivia Wilde and Riley Keough, who both dressed up for the special occasion. Wilde wore an sequined gown by Giamba, from Giambattista Valli's secondary line, while Keough opted for a ruffled pale pink dress with a sports-bra-esque lace overlay. Each actress was adorned with Tiffany & Co. jewels, naturally, including diamond necklaces for Wilde and white gold rings for Keough. But for such a fancy evening, everyone indulged in fairly lowbrow activities.
There was a magic game that required Keough and Wilde to find which cup was housing a ball after some switch-ups and hand-and-eye tricks. If only according to the above photo, it seems like the two were very impressed by it.
There was ping pong, too. Wilde and Keough played on what is possibly the most elaborate set-up for a quick game of table tennis. We're not sure who won, but judging from Keough's look of concentration, it may have been a close match.
And did we mention that you can actually buy the items from this party? As part of Tiffany's "Everyday Objects" collection, two blue "paper" cups (actually made of bone china) go for $95 and the table tennis paddles are a cool $650.
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