Alexandre Arnault simply presented without equal flexibility for his CryptoPunk #3167 until now. The LVMH heir now sits on one of the most sensible seats in his father’s newly acquired Tiffany & Co., creating other CryptoPunk jewelry. The rose gold and tooth CryptoPunk features Sapphire and Mozambique baguette Ruby glasses, as well as a spherical earring with yellow diamonds.
@alexarnault x Tiffany & Co.
Before joining Tiffany & Co., Alexandre was once the younger president of Rimowa, the luxury luggage logo of LVMH. Under his leadership, the logo was once influential in propelling LVMH’s virtual technology forward. There had been collaborations with Supreme, Virgil Abloh, Fendi and others. At the younger age of 25, he was reportedly the first ever to see Rimowa as a potential takeover, and the rest is historical past. He is also on the board of the French supermarket chain Carrefour.
The Government Vice President of Product and Communications at Tiffany & Co. has long switched directly to paintings. Not long after he took the position, he helped realize Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s new campaign. In this new campaign, Beyoncé channels Hepburn’s iconic Breakfast at Tiffany’s persona Holly Golightly.
In an effort to push the virtual technique of the logo, the company also launched TiffCoin† The coin is available in physical form, which may necessarily be limited-release 18k gold. The most sensible TiffCoin homeowners will have access to unique product launches, NFT releases, and invite-only. This is no longer a cryptocurrency lately, but the time period has been floating around on Arnault’s Twitter, or even some legit bulletins. We’ll see if TiffCoin ever goes virtual.