Tiffany & Co. Unveils its First-Ever Collection of Jewelry for Men

Tiffany & Co. Unveils its First-Ever Collection of Jewelry for Men

October 1, 2019 by Connor Childers

Reed Krakoff is a minimalist. The sleek, sinuous flow his pieces possess serve as his trademark—a signature evident from his time as Tiffany & Co.’s chief artistic officer. His latest overhaul, Tiffany Men’s, is the brand’s first-ever comprehensive men’s collection, ranging from jewelry and timepieces to barwares, home objects and games. The offerings equate to two separate collections: a more robust and overtly masculine product line honoring the house’s silversmithing legacy, dubbed Tiffany 1837 Makers Collection; and a second, titled Diamond Point, punctuated with highly graphic and textural finishes on homewares and classic jewelry silhouettes. Both showcase Krakoff’s concise and confident hand—favoring sharp lines and clean surfaces that let the luxurious materials and craftsmanship shine. His new watch design perfectly embodies this aesthetic by replacing the traditional round face with an exacting square for a dramatic and geometric shift that instantly catches the eye. The standouts, though, are found in the game collection, which features a one-of-a-kind handmade sterling silver and 18K yellow gold vermeil chess set, and a special-order Tiffany Blue pool table, bringing just as much fun to a space as they do refinement.













Tiffany & Co. Unveils its First-Ever Collection of Jewelry for Men

October 1, 2019 by Connor Childers

Reed Krakoff is a minimalist. The sleek, sinuous flow his pieces possess serve as his trademark—a signature evident from his time as Tiffany & Co.’s chief artistic officer. His latest overhaul, Tiffany Men’s, is the brand’s first-ever comprehensive men’s collection, ranging from jewelry and timepieces to barwares, home objects and games. The offerings equate to two separate collections: a more robust and overtly masculine product line honoring the house’s silversmithing legacy, dubbed Tiffany 1837 Makers Collection; and a second, titled Diamond Point, punctuated with highly graphic and textural finishes on homewares and classic jewelry silhouettes. Both showcase Krakoff’s concise and confident hand—favoring sharp lines and clean surfaces that let the luxurious materials and craftsmanship shine. His new watch design perfectly embodies this aesthetic by replacing the traditional round face with an exacting square for a dramatic and geometric shift that instantly catches the eye. The standouts, though, are found in the game collection, which features a one-of-a-kind handmade sterling silver and 18K yellow gold vermeil chess set, and a special-order Tiffany Blue pool table, bringing just as much fun to a space as they do refinement.





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