Inside Tiffany & Co.'s Save the Elephants event
Natalia Vodianova, Cara Delevingne, Doutzen Kroes
American jeweller Tiffany & Co., together with model Doutzen Kroes and Porter magazine's Editor-in-Chief Lucy Yeomans, hosted an exclusive event at The Orangery Kensington Palace in London last night in tribute of a Knot On My Planet philanthropic initiative. The project is part of the Save the Elephants global movement to end ivory trade, which also sees Kroes fronting a visual campaign that encourages fashion influencers to feature a knot in their media posts to raise awareness for the charitable cause.
As well, Net-a-Porter, which recently announced its fur-free policy, will release a seasonal issue of Porter that features an insight into Yeoman's work with Kroes on the initiative. "We are very honoured to be supporting this cause and bringing the story of the inspirational Douglas Hamiltons (the family behind Save The Elephants) as well as the Samburu people, to a global audience," said Yeomans. "As Saba Douglas Hamilton says, how would we feel if we were the generation responsible for letting the largest land mammal on earth to be wiped out."
The A-list event saw a host of notable attendees on the VIP list including Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne, Natalia Vodianova, Alice Temperley, Peter Dundas, Arizona Muse and Ruth Wilson. Step inside the Save the Elephants event now...
Tiffany & Co. is supporting the Save the Elephants campaign through the launch of the Tiffany Save the Wild Collection, where all profits will go directly to the Elephant Crisis Fund. While limited numbers of the rose gold and diamond charms will be available on Net-a-Porter.com, the full suite will be presented in September 2017. As well, don't miss the best dressed at the Tiffany & Co.'s sparkling Blue Book gala.