Tiffany & Co. First Superbowl Spot Features Lady Gaga (Sneak Peek & Full Ad)

Lady Gaga for Tiffany

Lady Gaga will not only be performing in the Superbowl LI Pepsi Halftime show, but she will also represent Tiffany & Co. in their first ever Superbowl commercial. Starring in the brand’s latest Legendary Style campaign, she will be introducing a new fashion jewelry collection, Tiffany HardWear. The campaign will premiere in a 60-second ad directed by David Sims to air during Super Bowl LI on Sunday.

Tiffany’s Lady Gaga Superbowl Ad

The 15 Tiffany X Lady Gaga second teaser:

The full ad:

Lady Gaga, a true New Yorker and style icon who is fiercely feminine and fearlessly original, is seen in the film speaking from the heart—unscripted—about her lifelong passion for the Brand, and more importantly, about her own creative journey towards self-expression and empowerment.

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The subjects of the Legendary Style campaigns are women of confidence, beauty and substance, chosen for their intelligence and authenticity. Whether they are actors or artists, models or musicians, they are true originals and make their own rules—and Lady Gaga personifies these ideals.

Lady Gaga with Frenchie friend, behind the scenes of the shoot
Lady Gaga with Frenchie friend, behind the scenes of the shoot
Lady Gaga playing a harmonica in the Tiffany & Co Superbowl ad
Lady Gaga playing a harmonica in the Tiffany & Co Superbowl ad

“In New York, you’re born knowing that Tiffany is the best, and that it is where the magic happens. The Brand is definitive and iconic, yet continues to push and evolve with the times,” said Lady Gaga. “To me, Tiffany represents timeless American jewelry.”

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The new Tiffany HardWear collection featured in the campaign embodies the strength and spirit of the modern woman, imbued with the soul of New York. With its bold 18k gold and sterling silver pieces, Tiffany HardWear is a study in the purity of design. Inspired by a unisex bracelet from 1971 in the Tiffany Archives, Tiffany HardWear builds on this design to include earrings, rings, necklaces and pendants. Urban and elegant, Tiffany Hardwear is as strong as the woman who wears it.

Some pieces from the new Tiffany HardWear Collection
Some pieces from the new Tiffany HardWear Collection

“For more than 180 years, the world’s chicest women have chosen Tiffany jewelry as a powerful expression of who they are,” said Caroline Naggiar, chief brand officer of Tiffany & Co. “This campaign celebrates Tiffany’s rich legacy and the modernity of Tiffany style. Lady Gaga, and her originality, creativity and courage, reflects the spirit of this collection.”

Grace Coddington and Lady Gaga for tiffany
Grace Coddington and Lady Gaga

The campaign was creative directed by Tiffany’s in-house team in partnership with Grace Coddington, and shot by David Sims. The 60-second film will be available Super Bowl Sunday on, and campaign images will appear across print and digital channels throughout the spring. The Tiffany HardWear Collection will be available on beginning May 2 and in-store worldwide on April 28, with limited and exclusive pre-orders available in the U.S. beginning February 5.

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While Tiffany has handcrafted the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the Super Bowl champion (shown below) for each of the past 50 years, the brand has never before been featured in a Super Bowl advertisement.

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images by Hanna Besirevic and David Sims via Tiffany Press Room