Tiffany & Co. is synonymous with many things: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the little blue box, and the iconic trademark font. Now, the brand has another lovely collection to add to its list.
The premier jeweler recently unveiled chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff’s first jewelry collection, Tiffany Paper Flowers. The collection is comprised of high and fine jewelry, and reflects a perfect balance of refined femininity and industrial modernity. The name and design were inspired by the idea of flower petals, cut from paper and delicately pinned together.
“Paper Flowers is about stripping away all of the rules associated with fine jewelry,” said Krakoff. “Luxury shouldn’t always mean formality, so we used precious stones and the finest materials, but in a way that you can live with every day.”
Naturalism is at the heart of this collection as seen throughout Tiffany’s rich history— the vibrant color of the iris inspired the purple of tanzanite, while yellow diamonds echo the vivid hue of fireflies. Artfully crafted in highly polished platinum and set with brilliant diamonds, this expansive collection also highlights Tiffany’s unparalleled craftsmanship.
Constructed and engineered with a platinum pin at its center, this organic, floral motif is reimagined through a modern and graphic lens.
The iconic brand’s collection, which ranges from bracelets and rings to pendants and earrings is now available globally.
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