See the First Jewelry Collection by Tiffany’s New Artistic Director

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Tiffany’s new artistic director, Reed Krakoff, is something of a millennial whisperer. In the early 2000s, he turned around Coach from a sleepy leatherwear brand into an accessory clout-haven. Now, several years after he stepped away from Coach and his own brand, he’s bringing his touch to Tiffany & Co.

Krakoff already showed his playful side with his home-décor collection for Tiffany’s Everyday Objects. His first jewelry collection, Paper Flowers, was revealed today.

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The collection combines tiny abstract pieces of diamonds, blue tanzanite, and yellow diamonds to create petals. The large bib contains 68 carats of round and pear-shaped diamonds. According to a press release, the collection is inspired by the idea of petals cut from paper and pinned together. The result is a slightly eccentric collection of sparkling jewels — a feat.

Because it’s Tiffany, the collection is priced between $2,500 to $790,000 and is available online and at select Tiffany stores. See the collection below.

Photo: T|Tiffany & Co. Studio
Photo: T|Tiffany & Co. Studio/Grant Cornett
Photo: T|Tiffany & Co. Studio/Grant Cornett
Photo: T|Tiffany & Co. Studio/Grant Cornett
See the First Jewelry by Tiffany’s New Artistic Director