After jokingly changing its signature color, the jeweler opened a “Tiffany yellow” pop-up in its Rodeo Drive store.
The Tiffany Diamond, a 128-carat fancy yellow diamond, was part of an exhibit at the “Tiffany Yellow” pop-up at the jeweler’s Rodeo Drive location. (Image courtesy of Tiffany & Co.) New York—Tiffany & Co. took its April Fool’s Day joke and ran with it. On April 1, the jewelry giant jokingly introduced a new house color via Instagram, swapping its iconic Tiffany blue for a bright yellow.
It turned its prank into reality in late May via a new marketing campaign, temporarily remodeling its Rodeo Drive location in California with yellow furniture, fixtures, and yellow jewelry boxes and shopping bags. There was a “Yellow Diamond Café” within the store, serving on-brand treats like ginger turmeric lattes, lemon soda and honeycomb ice cream, as reported by WWD. WATCH: Walk Through The Pop-Up Offering a novel experience is one way retailers can entice customers back into stores as COVID-19 restrictions ease, Tiffany showed. Visitors to the pop-up could walk through an exhibit of yellow diamonds, including the famous 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond. New owner LVMH has been looking to revamp the storied jewelry brand, drawing in younger customers via new marketing tactics. Just as a certain variety of pink has earned the moniker “millennial pink,” yellow is a color commonly associated with Gen-Z. Pantone even recently named its lemon-yellow hue, called “Illuminating,” one of the 2021 colors of the year. Tiffany is expected to roll out the concept to other locations but has not announced the next pop-up location.