Ocean Blue World’s Guide to Mother’s Day

Frost yourself in decadent jewels & delicious dishes at Tiffany & Co. in celebration of Mother’s Day!

This Mother’s Day, stroll down Fifth Avenue like it’s 1961 and reserve a brunch banquette at the newly opened and iconic Blue Box Café on the fourth floor of Tiffany & Co. Bedazzled in pastel blues and crystal silvers – and bursting at the seams with freshly picked blooms – this Breakfast at Tiffany’s homage is a gastronomic rite of passage for those who idolize Holly Golightley’s prodigious character and revel in the robin’s egg blue, legendary gift box.

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Opening their doors at 10am for breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea, expect a line, even with a reservation. So, arrive early and browse the diamond lined aisles for a present that sparkles with iridescent frost, such as the Tiffany T.

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A celebrated design shown off by Kendall Jenner, Carolyn Murphy, Imaan Hammam, Mica Arganaraz, and Fei Fei, this exclusive collection is the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, strutting a seasonal style that’s delicate and personalized.

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Available for a limited time only in bracelets, rings, pendants, and earrings of 18k gold – rose, yellow and white – The Tiffany T is a strong clean collection and can be stacked or worn alone. And if you’re eager for an accessory that’s personal to you, mix and match at the Tiffany T Bar for a look that’s insta-worthy with a dose of spring savvy.

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We recommend indulging in the Two Hinged Bangle in 18k rose gold with round brilliant diamonds. A well-deserved sprinkle of glitter – after refilling empty bowls of cheerios.

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Once the bell rings for brunch, head to The Box Café for a family meal that’s two parts decadent and all parts delicious. A set menu for $29, $39, and $49 dollars, feast your eyes on the luxurious Coddled Egg with truffles or Fifty Seventh Street Flatbread. And of course, endless kettles of Tiffany Tea.