Tiffany & Co. presents a new chapter of the Tiffany T legacy with the introduction of Tiffany T1. This new collection celebrates the iconic ‘T’ motif and the first drop this April sheds light on the elegance and wearability of rose gold.
Designed by Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s Chief Artistic Officer the collection begins with a curated edit of nine 18-carat rose gold and diamond key styles, while more offerings in white and yellow gold will follow in the summer.
These simple and elegant designs are intended to seamlessly fit into a woman’s daily jewellery choices and the understated pieces can be worn from day to night. Clean lines and graphic shapes are set with diamonds to add a soft feminine shine.
The initial collection includes bracelets and rings in 18-carat rose gold in wide and narrow widths including styles with pave diamonds set in a honeycomb pattern. The hero piece, a striking high jewellery necklace is set with mixed-cut diamond. This choker-style necklace was conceived and partially crafted at the Tiffany Jewellery workshop in New York City and took approximately one year to complete.
In the Middle East the collection launch is highlight by a Ramadan campaign in partnership with fashion designer Yasmin Al Mulla. The campaign will recognise women who embody the same values of creativity, passion and individuality that the Tiffany T1 collection stands for. Under her fashion label YNM, Yasmin has designed a Ramadan collection of graceful and wearable kaftans, using rich materials in modest cuts. The collection is inspired by the Tiffany T1 collection, incorporating the scintillation of a diamond.