Tiffany & Co. has long been synonymous with luxury and beautifully crafted fine jewelry. Their pieces have adorned some of the most fabulous, fashionable, famous and even infamous names in history. However, along with those bold-faced names, countless other individuals have been drawn to the famed jewelry house thanks to their stunning designs. From the truly incredible High Jewelry collections to the down right iconic Return to Tiffany and Tiffany 1837 collections, the house consistently produces some of the most coveted pieces in the world of fine jewelry.
The latest collection to debut was created under the exacting and wonderfully whimsical eye of recently appointed Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff. Dubbed “Paper Flowers,” it its wonderfully feminine and delicate. Tiffany & Co. has noted that the collection is “about the idea of a flower, cut from paper. These are flowers of the imagination, as though the bloom had been scattered by the wind.” This romantic description beautifully translates into the pieces that encompass the collection. Equally stunning on their own, the pieces of Paper Flowers are incredibly versatile and blend elegantly with other collections from the House.
I’m so honoured to have created two looks in collaboration with Tiffany & Co. to showcase not just the beauty of this special collection but the aforementioned versatility. From my first viewing of the collection, I was struck not just by the obvious beauty of the pieces but by how easily one could dress them up or down. They are just as easily worn for day, a stunning addition to one’s everyday look, as they are for evening or special events. This first look is an homage to the modern Tiffany & Co. woman, effortlessly elegant and naturally chic. She is just as comfortable in a pair of jeans and little flats as she is in a ballgown. And speaking of ballgowns, just wait until you see the second look I styled to show just how beautifully the pieces of Paper Flowers dress up!
Photography: Eric Branover
Jeans: GAP – Jacket: Joe Fresh – Shoes: Pretty Ballerinas – Top: Zara