Tiffany & Co. and Dover Street Market drop jewellery collection
For the guys
Following its successful foray into men's jewellery just last month, which saw the brand release its first ever dedicated men's collection in its 182-year history, Tiffany & Co. is back once again with another project for the guys.
The fine jeweller has just revealed a new collaboration with avant-garde retailer Dover Street Market and it's nothing like it's done in the past. No, this time the duo are taking a bolder approach to design following a simplistic style that puts an urban cool spin on classics.
Comprised of nine styles, the new 1837 Makers Heritage Edition pays homage to Tiffany's renowned holloware workshop, forged entirely from the premium sterling silver the brand has become synonymous for.
The pieces, which include bracelets, rings, cufflinks and dog-tag necklaces, feature a mix of polished and rugged finishes, as well as a very trend-focused limited edition signet ring engraved with NYC or LA, which is available only at the Dover Street Market New York and Los Angeles stores.
"Dover Street Market's curated style edit, and the iconic collaborations it is known for, makes it the ideal space to debut these limited-release Tiffany Men's designs," said Tiffany & Co.'s chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff in a statement. "It's a great way to get in tune with the male consumer who's really into fashion, style and lifestyle."
The Tiffany 1837 Makers Heritage Edition collection will be available from November 27 until January 15 at Dover Street Market locations in Los Angeles, New York, London, Singapore, and Ginza.
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