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The Love Story Of Alicia Amin & Farzan Iqbal

Alicia Amin and Farzan Iqbal
Alicia Amin and Farzan Iqbal (Photo: Khairul Imran)
By Elyza Khamil
By Elyza Khamil
April 30, 2021
Tiffany & Co. Special
The newlyweds gush about each other and divulge intimate moments in lead up to their big day

Love was definitely in the air for newlyweds Alicia Amin and Farzan Iqbal. Stolen glances, endearing teasing and loving looks didn't go unnoticed as the adorable couple who tied the knot on Valentine's Day gushed about each other during this interview with Tatler Malaysia

"She really pours her heart and soul into what she does," said medical doctor Farzan. "She's passionate and when people talk about what they're really passionate about, they express themselves differently. That's what I liked (about her) initially."

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For the model/actress, she loves the way her husband has such a "sunny disposition despite his field of work" which is an important character trait to her and they get to indulge in each other's silliness.

Alicia Amin and Farzan Iqbal
Alicia Amin and Farzan Iqbal (Photo: Khairul Imran)

It was interesting to observe and hear about the way this lovely couple's romance started; the way they playfully bickered over details and the timeline of their relationship differently was endearing to witness. What really mattered was how much they loved each other, and how they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together.

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The Wedding

Their wedding was not as spontaneous as the public might have thought. "Getting married to each other was something we've been talking about for months but we definitely didn't expect it to happen the way it did," revealed Farzan.

The couple is undoubtedly easygoing and equally as adoring as they happily reminisced about their wedding day. "It felt like everything came together so smoothly," recalled Alicia. "It wasn't rehearsed and it was full of fumbling and funny moments, like when Farzan left his wallet in his friend's car just before the ceremony, and he had to call his friend to come back."

The Ring

Alicia joked about telling Farzan that "if anyone buys a Tiffany ring for someone, why would they want another ring?" For Farzan, he just wanted to get a ring that was "unique, rare and beautiful as the person who would be wearing it"—perfectly alluding to Tiffany & Co.'s unrivalled diamond craftsmanship. 

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And speaking of the rarity of a Tiffany & Co. diamond, did you know that the New York company sources their diamonds responsibly? As the leader in diamond traceability, they can track 100 per cent of their rough diamonds to their respective mines and sources.

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16.55 carat Diamond Ring (Botswana Sort) (Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.)

An incredible way to learn more about how the brand prides on its sustainability efforts and its brand history is at their Diamonds of Tiffany exhibition happening now until May 31, 2021 at their Suria KLCC boutique. It is an immersive journey through the house’s illustrious heritage of excellence in craftsmanship and its 180-year-old diamond authority. It invites guests to experience first-hand what makes Tiffany diamonds truly unique, from sourcing to delivery. 

It's a captivating journey, with visitors being transported to a recreation of the Tiffany workshop in New York City, where they can observe the integral role that the hands of the artisans play in the faceting process and how Tiffany’s highly skilled craftsmen meticulously cut each diamond to maximise beauty and brilliance.

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The Tiffany & Co. store in KLCC. Photo courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
The Tiffany & Co. store in Suria KLCC (Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.)
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Go on a diamond journey with Tiffany

Exploring a core pillar of Tiffany that began with Charles Lewis Tiffany’s influence as the “King of Diamonds,” the experience takes visitors through the meticulous standards that underpin every diamond that Tiffany sources and handcrafts. It also enlightens on its sustainability efforts and social responsibility including the industry-first Diamond Craftsmanship Journey programme. 

As an extra treat, the exhibition is also showcasing the Square Emerald Cut Diamond 16.55 carat ring (Botswana sort) and the diamond earrings worn by Anya Taylor-Joy at Golden Globe 2021.

Anya Taylor-Joy
Anya Taylor-Joy resplendant in Tiffany & Co. jewellery at Golden Globes 2021

The Diamonds of Tiffany exhibition is happening at Tiffany & Co. Suria KLCC until May 31, 2021. To schedule a private appointment at the store, please visit



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