How Bruna Marquezine Acquired Prepared for Tiffany & Co.’s Reopening Get together
Bruna Marquezine remembers the primary Tiffany & Co. piece she ever purchased. “On the final day of a visit to New York, I actually needed diamond earrings earlier than going residence,” says the actress on the rise from Brazil. “I don’t come from a rich household—my mother by no means owned diamonds—so it was a proud second for me the place I may afford to purchase myself one thing that I knew I’d maintain endlessly. The lady serving to me was so excited, she introduced it to the entire retailer.”
It’s becoming, then, that years later Marquezine would return to the exact same location to attend the reopening of the jeweler’s iconic Fifth Avenue flagship, now often called “The Landmark,” dripping in Tiffany & Co. diamonds. Particularly, she chosen starburst earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, which she paired with a basic classic YSL robe.
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Subsequent up, Marquezine will seem on the large display screen within the upcoming DC and Warner Bros. live-action movie Blue Beetle, in theaters August 18, making her the primary Brazilian to ever have a number one position in a superhero film. “I’m so honored and excited and proud,” she says. “I grew up watching DC films and it was so distant from my actuality. I by no means thought in my complete life I’d be the primary something. To be a part of this universe is so particular and surreal. Not solely is it such an enormous second for me, however for my nation, and all the women that share the identical dream that I dream.” Specifically, she relished getting the prospect to work with Susan Sarandon. “It was completely surreal,” Marquezine says. “I’ll always remember the day that I noticed her chair subsequent to mine on set and my legs actually stopped working. Having the chance to behave along with her, study from her, and observe her was past. I’m one hundred pc a greater actor now due to her.”
Beneath, click on by our gallery to see how Marquezine received prepared for the Tiffany & Co. celebration:
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