The film Breakfast at Tiffany’s was released in 1961, and audience immediately fell in love Audrey Hepburn‘s stylish Holly Golightly. The incredibly poignant story about a girl who dreams of opening her own blue box from Tiffany & Co. has become a quintessential film for lovers of New York City, fashion, and expensive jewels. Each of Holly’s ensembles celebrate the sophistication and femininity of young, cosmopolitan women. In the iconic scene where Holly—wearing her little black Chanel dress and sunglasses with a croissant and coffee in her hands—looks at the shop window, viewers are captures by her stunning pearl necklace with a central diamond brooch, which bears the Tiffany’s name. In his career, the creator of the company’s permanent talisman, Roger Scemama, worked with a large number of major brands, including Dior and Yves Saint Laurent. The world famous necklace, named Rhapsody, is estimated at about $3,500,000.