FASHION

Tiffany & Co. and Its Most Memorable Collaborations in the Recent Years

Some recent collaborations by Tiffany & Co. have truly moved the brand. Here are some of the very popular collaborations that have truly made a mark in recent years.

With nearly 200 years of glorious history, American brand Tiffany & Co. is rightly considered the quintessential jewellery house in the world — one that represents class and creative excellence in the most unique and stylish ways. Often making headlines for its popular collaborations, the brand owes its joint venture successes to the luxury conglomerate, LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), which acquired Tiffany & Co. as one of its 75 luxury maisons in 2021.

The signature Tiffany Blue boxes containing sophisticated pieces such as the famous diamond ‘Engagement Ring’, the ‘Heart Tag Necklace’ and the ‘925 sterling silver rings,’ have been captivating the world since their debut and have an interesting history too. Founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and his partner, J. B Young as ‘Tiffany & Young,’ the first Tiffany store opened on Broadway in New York City in 1837 with USD 4.98 as its first day’s sales. However, it was only after Charles took control of the company in 1853, that ‘Tiffany & Co.,’ which the world cherishes today, came into existence.

From Tiffany’s American aesthetic flourishing through the Art Deco years of the 1920s and 30s to its current collaborative flairs such as the 2023 Tiffany & Co. x Fendi limited-edition ‘Tiffany Blue’ Baguette triumphing at the global front, success came in swift for the company. So much so that the Tiffany collaborations, which began with a jewellery piece with contemporary artist Frank Gehry in 2006, are now statement emblems of pop culture.

Of late, the jewellery house has seen an incredible influx of collaborative opportunities ranging from streetwear and sports to art and fashion. And as the

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JEWELRY

15 diamond jewelry gifts for women for Valentine’s Day at every budget

Three rows of beautiful silver rings in jewelry storage box case. Valentine's day gifts

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, shop our picks for diamond jewelry at every budget. (Getty Images)

When it comes to Valentine’s Day gift ideas, you can never go wrong with jewelry. Whether that’s shopping for your wife, girlfriend or as a special treat for yourself, jewelry is always a solid idea.

Diamonds are often first choice when it comes to splurging for a special occasion, but they can be a pricey investment. Luckily, with lab-grown diamonds surging in popularity, the covetable stone has gotten more affordable over recent years.

In case you’re on the hunt for a gift idea that’s sure to impress this Valentine’s Day, scroll through to shop our top picks for the best diamond jewelry at every price point.

Diamond jewelry under $250

Diamond Pearl Studs. Image via Mejuri.

Diamond Pearl Studs. Image via Mejuri.

Until Feb. 7, save 15 per cent on a range of Mejuri jewelry, including this set of stunning pearl and diamond studs.

$212 $250 at Mejuri

Petite Diamond Fizz Ring. Image via Catbird.

Petite Diamond Fizz Ring. Image via Catbird.

For lovers of dainty jewelry, this diamond ring adds the tiniest hint of sparkle to your stack.

$221 at Catbird

Solid Gold Diamond Starlight Studs. Image via Local Eclectic.

Solid Gold Diamond Starlight Studs. Image via Local Eclectic.

With a celestial-inspired design, these eye-catching diamond studs are a fun addition to your collection of everyday jewelry.

$210 at Local Eclectic

Concerto .10 CT Diamond and Sterling Silver Locket Necklace. Image via The Bay.

Concerto .10 CT Diamond and Sterling Silver Locket Necklace. Image via The Bay.

Take advantage of Valentine’s Day savings and snag this heart pendant necklace on sale at The Bay for 30 per cent off.

$224 $330 at The Bay

Jillian’s Mini-Heart Diamond Ring. Image via Paris Jewellers.

Jillian’s Mini-Heart Diamond Ring. Image via Paris Jewellers.

Designed in collaboration with Jillian Harris, this everyday stacking ring is crafted in solid 10kt gold and features an ethically sourced diamond.

$235 at Paris Jewellers

Diamond jewelry under $500

Riva Diamond Medium Hoop Earrings. Image via Monica Vinader.

Riva Diamond Medium Hoop Earrings.

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Sponsor spotlight reminder: Cline’s Buy, Trade, Upgrade jewelry event Aug. 10-12

Cline Jewelers will buy your old gold and fine jewelry, and help you upgrade your current jewelry pieces

For over 40 years, Cline Jewelers has been helping the people of greater Edmonds continue to look their very best with a wide selection of bridal and engagement rings, designer fashion jewelry, precious gemstone and birthstone jewelry, custom jewelry designs, and a myriad of premier jewelry services.

Andy Cline knows best that although jewelry does last a lifetime, it may not grab at your heartstrings today like it did when you first purchased it, received it, or initially had it passed down to you.

If you’re feeling like your current jewelry collection is a bit too large, filled with those unworn or unloved items, Andy and his team at Cline Jewelers are here to help you trade in those older jewelry items for top value in return, allowing you to easily upgrade into a new Cline jewelry design that is sure to sparkle!

We met up with Andy and his team at Cline Jewelers in downtown Edmonds to learn a bit more about their upcoming “Buy, Trade, Upgrade Jewelry Event” set for Aug. 10-12, and pursue their incredible selection of premier jewelry designs.

Buy:

Don’t let your old, unloved or unworn jewelry collect dust… turn it into cash!” said Andy Cline.

“We are always amazed at what comes through the front door. The market value on diamonds, gemstones, gold and other precious metals is rising, so right now is a great time to sell your old or unwanted jewelry.”

As we checked out their charming downtown storefront, Andy gave us some details as to what Cline Jewelers will buy on trade. Far beyond diamond jewelry, below is a quick list of the jewelry items Cline buys on trade and what he

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