Return to nature

PHOTO BY GRANT CORNETT
PHOTO BY GRANT CORNETT

Just in time for spring, Tiffany & Co. has unveiled the Return to Tiffany Love Bugs collection, a playful reimagining of its iconic Return to Tiffany line. Elements of the original collection have been deconstructed and transformed into a new world of color, with whimsical butterflies, blossoms, birds and ladybugs evoking the jewelry house’s legacy of celebrating flora and fauna. The collection showcases diamonds and colored stones including amethyst, blue topaz, and yellow and green quartz, while a mix of metals from yellow, rose and white gold to sterling silver give shape to different silhouettes. Stickpins, brooches, pendants and rings come to life, paying homage to the storied house’s passion for nature with a thoroughly modern design. tiffany.com

PHOTO BY GRANT CORNETT
PHOTO BY GRANT CORNETT

 

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