Tiffany & Co. may be synonymous with that peppy shade of robin’s-egg blue or forget-me-not blue. But the latest update to its minimalist Tiffany T collection proves that other shades in the colour spectrum make for a great pairing to its house colour too. Launched at the American jeweller‘s Ion Orchard flagship on Sept 12, the new range welcomes coloured gemstones like pretty pink opal and jet black onyx for the first time since the collection debuted in 2014, to create a more casual and fun alternative to wearing jewellery.
Tiffany T 18K yellow gold wire bracelet with onyx
Tiffany T 18K rose gold necklace with pink opal and diamonds
Tiffany T 18K white gold earrings with turquoise
Tiffany T 18K rose gold wire ring with mother-of-pearl and diamonds
Tiffany T 18K yellow gold necklace with mother-of-pearl and diamonds
Tiffany T 18K white gold bracelet with turquoise and diamonds
Tiffany T 18K yellow gold wire ring with turquoise
The graphic architectural lines of the pieces are also reimagined with the introduction of new pendants that are encircled with the line’s namesake letter T. To fete the debut, Female invited 22 of our magazine’s closest friends like our former cover girl Iman Fandi, French florist Aude Giraud, actress Amanda Chaang, and entrepreneur Victoria Martin-Tay for an intimate cocktail event. And while we were there, we got them to try on the pieces, layer them, and pose for an impromptu jewellery editorial. Hit play to see all the cute-Ts and beaut-Ts.
Martial arts champ Nurul Suhaila (left) and model Iman Fandi were all about that girlish charm.
French florist and Female collective member Aude Giraud prefers her dainty and subtle jewellery – so this pretty-in-pink opal pendant did the trick.
The always elegant fitness entrepreneur Victoria Martin-Tay (seen here with her husband Bryan Tay) went for an effortless layering look with the Tiffany T necklaces.
Mass communications lecturer Fiona Siew tried on the black onyx pendant to match her signature monochromatic style.
Model Tessa Burton wrist game comprised the Tiffany T bracelets which now come with gemstones like mother-of-pearl and turquoise.
Female collective member and Surrender’s marketing manager Guan Min is always the cool cat and opted for the Tiffany T necklace with the tiger’s eye pendant.
The effervescent PR guru Sandra Cameron went for a trio of bracelets: the Tiffany Hardwear, an Elsa Peretti Bone cuff, and the Tiffany T piece with turquoise.