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Tiffany Men’s: A New Collection Just For Men

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Tiffany & Co. announced, earlier this fall launch of Tiffany Men’s, the luxury house’s newest dedicated men’s collections. Reflecting Tiffany & Co.’s heritage as the purveyor of American luxury goods, the Tiffany 1837 Makers and Diamond Point collections—featuring jewelry, Home & Accessories, watches and more—are direct, uncomplicated and rooted in a legacy of expert craftsmanship. Tiffany Men’s was created in the spirit of the modern man. This mans is bold and confident, casual yet refined, a style arbiter with a discerning eye for quality. And Tiffany is the newest addition to the LVMH portfolio since this autumn. Discover more.

The Craftsmanship with Tiffany 1837 Makers

Tiffany 1837 Makers

Photo: Roe Etheridge for Tiffany & Co.

“Tiffany Men’s is centered on craftsmanship as the foundation of our company. Tiffany 1837 Makers is a nod to the workmanship and time-honored techniques used in creating jewelry—the idea that there’s a person behind each object,” said Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer, Tiffany & Co. Embodying Tiffany’s craftsmanship heritage, the Tiffany 1837 Makers collection is inspired by the jeweler’s hollowware workshop and its tradition of handcrafting sports trophies. Designers experimented with concave and convex forms, flat edges and motifs evocative of utilitarian hardware when creating jewelry, barware and more. Stamped with symbols like “T & CO MAKERS,” “NY” and “AG925,” Tiffany 1837 Makers honors Tiffany’s silversmithing legacy and the fact that the luxury house set the
U.S. standard for sterling silver (925 per 1,000 parts silver).

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Photo: Roe Etheridge for Tiffany & Co.

The Tiffany 1837 Makers trophy ring

The made-to-order Tiffany 1837 Makers trophy ring honors Tiffany’s 160-history of making sports trophies by hand. This ring makes a bold statement and adds edge to any outfit. Where Tiffany 1837 Makers is artisanal and utilitarian, Diamond Point represents the elevated, classic end of the style spectrum with a strong, graphic pattern. This motif appears as a subtle accent or a prominent overlay on jewelry and Home & Accessories pieces like the Diamond Point rectangle pendant in sterling silver, cuff in sterling silver and cocktail mixer in lead crystal and sterling silver. Most of the Diamond Point jewelry designs are die struck and hand polished to achieve the distinctive textured motif.

“Diamond Point takes a more modern and graphic approach, utilizing a pattern inspired by a diamond’s culet that ties back to our diamond authority.” said Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer, Tiffany & Co.

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Photo: Roe Etheridge for Tiffany & Co.

One of the most impressive items in Tiffany Men’s is the one-of-a-kind, handcrafted solid sterling silver and 18k yellow gold vermeil
chess set.The price of the latter is available upon request. The range of designs in Tiffany Men’s represents a new chapter for the design house. This one is signaling the brand’s expansion in the men’s luxury space. Inspired by the design ingenuity that has defined Tiffany & Co. for over 180 years, the new collections for men embody the hand of the artisan and the spirit of innovation. Informed by a sense of laidback luxury, Tiffany Men’s was created with the discerning taste and confident style. This define the modern Tiffany man.

An Holiday pop-up shop for Tiffany Men’s in New York

Are you visiting New York for the holidays? Visit them next to their flagship store. You can discover the new Tiffany Men’s collection and extraordinary gifts. Open from December 6, 2019 to January 6, 2020. Here is a visit of the iconic Jeff Goldblum in the store!

Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 to 19:00
Sun: 12:00 – 18:00

Address:

6 East 57th Street
New York, USA
10022

Have a great shopping spree!

Article originally published in the Gentologie Holiday Magazine

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Photos: Roe Etheridge for Tiffany & Co.

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