LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS | Solitaire Magazine


A selection of jewellery and accessories from the new Tiffany & Co. men’s collection

When it comes to accessorizing, it may seem that guys have the shorter end of the stick. Sure there’s the reliable timepiece and cufflinks for everyday, and on certain occasions, a tie bar might be used. Once in a while, there just might be the rare appearance of a simple ring or bracelet.

To address this sartorial conundrum, Tiffany & Co. has the perfect solution – a dedicated collection called Tiffany Men’s, which boasts jewellery and accessories that are stylish, uncomplicated, and rooted in a legacy of expert craftsmanship. In short, these are the perfect pieces that will open the door to a potential love affair with jewellery.

Pieces from the Tiffany 1837 Makers collection

“I think men are interested in things that are worn every day, not just on special occasions,” shares Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer, Tiffany & Co. “There are many pieces that can be worn so often, they really become part of your personality. They feel like you’ve had them for a long time and they simple are an expression of who you are.”

Following what Reed said, the Tiffany 1837 Makers collection under the men’s range features pieces perfect for daily wear and is inspired by the jeweler’s hollowware workshop and tradition of handcrafting sports trophies. The selection is utilitarian at its core, with concave and convex forms and flat edges, further adorned with symbols like “T & CO MAKERS”, “NY”, and “AG925” for a bit of roughness around the edges.

Ring and cuff links from the Diamond Point collection

Meanwhile, the Diamond Point collection is slightly more elevated, leaning towards the devilishly classic end of the style spectrum with its textured graphic pattern that appears on pieces like rings, cuffs, and pendants. According to Reed, “Diamond Point takes a more modern and graphic approach, utilizing a pattern inspired by a diamond’s cutlet that ties back to [Tiffany’s] diamond authority.”

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