The film is reminiscent of a scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, where Audrey Hepburn applies lipstick in the back of the cab discussing her love interests.
Paul Anka’s “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” and Bert Kaempfert’s “Three O’Clock In The Morning” soundtrack the car journey while Beyoncé plays a game of “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not,” before Jay tells his wife he loves her.
Following Beyoncé and Jay-Z‘s debut in Tiffany & Co.‘s “About Love” campaign, which saw the singer become the fourth person to ever wear the legendary 128.54-carat stone Tiffany Diamond, the Carters are back this time with Blue Ivy in toe for the short film, Date Night.
Chronicling a typical date night between Jay and Bey, the film shows the two in the back of their classic Rolls-Royce in New York City, ordering pizza and drinking Armand de Brignac champagne.
Of course, plenty of Tiffany & Co. pieces features in the short film. Jay-Z wears the “Bird on a Rock” brooch, which is made using a platinum and 18k gold bird perched on a morganite gemstone of over 44-carats, while Beyoncé adorns the Jean Schlumberger-designed 10-carat Ailsa diamond ring and six-carat Ribbon Fan earrings.
Watch the love story above, and find out more about the partnership with the Carters and the Shawn Carter Foundation charity work online.
In other news, Burberry has unveiled its FW21 “Open Spaces” campaign.