This High & Fine Jewellery Collection By Tiffany & Co. Is Modernising ‘Flower Power’
Jewellery trends are a dime a dozen, but at the end of the day, there’s no denying the endless inspirations nature holds over our adored jewellery designs. Tiffany & Co. echoes our obsession with naturalism in the debut jewellery collection with chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff, christened the Tiffany Paper Flowers.
The range of high and fine jewellery pieces perfectly balance a refined femininity and industrial modernity, led by the idea of flower petals cut from paper and pinned together. For the Tiffany Paper Flowers, a platinum pin is constructed at the heart of floral motifs, then fashioned into modern and graphic shapes. The finished pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings run a gamut of purple tanzanite to yellow diamonds, crafted to a polished brilliance.
The idea for Paper Flowers is one of everyday elegance – with it, Krakoff sets out to bend the rules of fine jewellery: “Luxury shouldn’t always mean formality, so we used precious stones and the finest material, but in a way you can live with everyday.”
With naturalism illuminated in this Tiffany collection, elements like the iris and fireflies are finely crafted into the platinum and diamond-set piece. A fancier, high jewellery diamond bib necklace reinstates the brand’s design heritage, with 68 carats and a blend of pear and round brilliant diamonds forming asymmetrical petals.
Understated, delicate and ultra feminine, Tiffany Paper Flowers embodies the essence of self-possessed style: versatile yet uplifting for the modern maven.