Tiffany launch a ground-breaking, one of its kind collaboration with everyone’s store fave, Dover Street Market.
Here at Wonderland we’re addicted to Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It’s no wonder Audrey found their New York store so enchanting (and a perfect cure for the mean reds) with the brand’s rich heritage in completely classy yet thoroughly witty design. Did you also know that Tiffany designs are never discontinued, just retired? Delightful, right?
Well, this week Tiffany has launched its first ‘Out of Retirement’ collection, debuting at everyone’s fave multi-brand store, Dover Street Market, globally. In a first of its kind collaboration, Tiffany have partnered with the retailer on a 18-piece (very) limited edition collection. Comprised of eight jewellery designs, and ten totally charming gift items (each based on a design from the Tiffany archives) there’s truly something for everyone on your Christmas gift list.
Both contemporary and classic, the 18 karat gold statement jewellery pieces are drawn from the early 1970s and include a trio of sculptural rings and bold bracelets, some even unisex in their appeal. The most stunning (and it’s hard to choose, believe us!) piece in the collection is surely the gold, diamond and tsavorite earrings. Quelle glamour!
It’s the witty sterling silver gift items however that truly bring the fun. A miniature pillbox modeled like a Chinese take away container and a totally cheeky money clip in 18 karat gold for all those dollar bills have really taken our fancy… Not that we’re swimming in it at this present-giving time of year. What’s more, there’s a silver party horn and even a party hat to see you through all the festivities this season!
Showcased in three unique installations across Dover Street Market’s global stores (London, New York and Tokyo) the site-specific displays were inspired by Gene Moore, who designed Tiffany’s legendary windows for almost forty years and knew a thing or two about enchanting customers. Available exclusively at DSM and only available until January 2016, you’ve got less than three months to buy the present of anyone’s dreams. We know what we’ll be asking for for Christmas…