Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Paper Flowers Collection


It’s about time Reed Krakoff unveiled his very first jewellery collection for Tiffany & Co. as Chief Artistic Officer, in a debut series that’s titled Tiffany Paper Flowers. It’s also worth noting that the collection is Tiffany & Co.’s most significant fine jewellery launch since Tiffany Keys in 2009, which gives you even more reason to head on down and take a look if you haven’t already done so.

There’s a certain depth to the fine jewellery pieces in the Tiffany Paper Flowers collection – they come together in a fine balance of the artisanal and organic, but constructed and engineered with a cool, modern edge. Inspired by the idea of paper flowers – shapes of delicate flowers petals that are outlined and cut from paper – the star of Tiffany Paper Flowers is all about the asymmetrical palladium petals that are arranged and layered to form a beautiful floral motif, while held together with a platinum pin at the very centre.


The collection is also unique because it differs from others that typically use gold or silver, with Tiffany Paper Flowers being all about highly polished platinum set with brilliant diamonds. You don’t typically associate the two together, which is why Tiffany & Co. calls this a perfect harmony of industrial modernity (polished platinum) with a touch of femininity (dazzling diamonds) that in turn translates to pieces that are perfect to be worn for the everyday.


Aside from flowers, you will also find gorgeous pieces that come with whimsical fireflies in yellow diamonds nestled within the flower petals, giving it that added touch of vibrancy. Other key standout pieces include the pieces that come with tanzanite (Tiffany’s legacy gemstone) – a shade of purple that’s inspired by the opulent iris.

Created for the urban and sophisticated woman of today who wants something graphic yet unexpected, the debut Tiffany Paper Flowers collection includes everything from rings and bracelets to earrings, necklaces and pendants that you’ll find now across all Tiffany & Co. boutiques at ION Orchard, Marina Bay Sands and Ngee Ann City. And if you are planning a trip down to one of the boutiques, might we suggest the one at Ngee Ann City because there’s a special greenhouse installation set up to celebrate the collection. Because pretty. Because nice. Because very IG.


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