Tiffany launch ‘True Love In Pictures’ booth in London.

by Katie on February 8, 2012

This must be one of the chicest most tasteful photo booths I’ve seen and all to celebrate Valentine’s Day from a brand who are invariably linked with the art of romance and woo’ing.
Tiffany have announced the opening of a new worldwide photo sharing gallery at whatmakeslovetrue.com, the jeweller’s website dedicated to the art of romance. The gallery, True Love in Pictures, features portraits of couples which are uploaded to the site from a computer, iPhone® App in-store at Tiffany boutiques so that everyone can share what love means to them. I’m only slightly peeved that I didn’t take the opportunity of being pictured staring longingly at some of the glorious Tiffany jewellery.
The gallery was launched with the work of two photo-bloggers—Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist) and Garance Doré—who are well known for capturing fashion’s individualists on the streets of New York and Paris. As Scott and Garance are also a couple, they offer a unique perspective on romance that makes for a fascinating series of portraits, shot exclusively for Tiffany.
And now you can take part as the ‘True Love In Pictures’ booth will be in London between 1st – 15th February on Old Bond Street and 17th – 29thFebruary in Westfield (Shepherds Bush).  Customers will be able to take portraits and upload them to the web site directly in store, as they browse through the romantic collections that Tiffany & Co. are renowned for.
For users of Instagram, the photosharing iPhone® app, the portraits and captions may be submitted by using the #truelovepictures hashtag. 

Die hard singletons can also take advantage of the booth in a Valentine’s Day coup de grace. 

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