In Reed Krakoff’s first campaign with Tiffany & Co. since joining the company as chief artistic officer in January, things are getting personal. Today, the brand announced its new advertising campaign, “There’s Only One,” which celebrates self-expression and individuality—both of which we can definitely get behind.
Shot by Inez and Vinoodh, the portrait campaign brought together six unique personalities, each styled with iconic Tiffany pieces from the brand’s 180-year-rich history: Ballet dancer David Hallberg, musician St. Vincent, model/activist Cameron Russell, and actresses Zoe Kravitz, Janelle Monáe, and Elle Fanning.
To celebrate the stunning campaign, we chatted with Fanning about her relationship wth Tiffany and the first piece of jewellery she ever received.
“This is my third campaign that I got to do with [Tiffany & Co.]. The Tiffany family is so warm, and you can really feel the love all around the brand,” Fanning said of her ongoing relationship with the jewellery maker.
“My first piece of jewellery was a piece of Tiffany jewellery. I remember I did a movie with Kim Basinger (The Door in the Floor) when I was 4 years old, and as a wrap gift, she gave me a Tiffany charm bracelet,” the actress recalled. “Ever since that, my mum carried on this tradition of every year, for a birthday or a special occasion, I get a Tiffany charm to go on that bracelet. It’s completely filled with all these memories, which is what Tiffany represents. When you get that little blue box it means that someone you have a special connection with is giving you something that you’re going to have forever."
This article originally appeared on InStyle.