Francesca Amfitheatrof plays with the classic ribbon motif, turning it asymmetrical, then skewing it on dainty chains. The effect – meant to mimic string tied around one’s finger to help one remember something, or someone – is less little girl, more sophisticated cool.
Based on a floral corsage that Tiffany & Co. exhibited at the 1889 Paris World’s Fair, this pretty 18-year-old line now features round and pear-shaped diamonds alongside its original use of marquise-cut stones. Coupled with an enhanced three-dimensional look, the pieces are meant to shine more lustrously than before.
A modern and elegant interpretation of the classic symbol for eternity, this collection of rings, bracelets, and necklaces boasts a single infinity emblem in gold and diamonds intertwining a sleek, simple band.
Photography Joel Low Text & Styling Imran Jalal Photography Assistant Alfie Pan Hair Reno Tan/Hairloom, using Goldwell Makeup Benedict Choo, using Nars Model Emma G/Mannequin Outfit H&M & stylist’s own
An adapted version first appeared in Female’s January issue, out on newsstands now.
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