Tiffany Blue cultural impact achieved new heights when Jay Z and Beyoncé appeared in about love campaign of tiffany & Co in the month of August. Where they were previously pictured with a very privately owned jean Michel Basquiat painting known as Equals Pi. Tiffany & Co has shared further details about the program of love scholarship. In they are partnering with BeyGood and the Shawn carter foundation. Where they are pledged to donate $ 2million for students as funds who are enrolled in five US black Colleges and universities. Which are mainly focused on arts.
Scholarship Due Date
All the applicants must be eligible for financial aid. The schools that are on the list are Pennsylvania Lincoln University, Virginia Norfolk state university, north Carolina Bennett college, university of Arkansas and lastly Ohio central state university.
They must be doing a degree in a creative field some of which are virtual arts, performance, design, history or communications, etc. Now for the applicant to get the opportunity they are required to apply for the scholarship no late than 26 September.
On this occasion, the president of central state university said that we are very appreciative of the support provided by Tiffany & Co, BeyGOOD, The Carter Foundation. He continued by saying that the opportunity provided by these organizations is very useful as the students of the university come from very different backgrounds that are socioeconomic. Now there other benefits of the funds will be that the recruitment of the faculty and other people along with student admission with be on a different level and helping them get successful.
Beyoncé Rare Yellow Diamond Necklace
After the campaign of tiffany and co ended in august. People started criticizing and questions started arising and commentators started pointing out the decision of Beyoncé in order to wear 128.54 carats of yellow diamond necklace that was worth $30 Million in such an advertising campaign. This was a very rare diamond and as per reports, only three women wear it before Beyoncé. This type of diamond was discovered in southern Africa’s Kimberley mines in 1877 during the time of British rule. This necklace was purchased by Charles Lewis tiffany for just $18,000 and is now worth $3 million with a rough estimate.