Tiffany & Co.’s striking Knot collection embraces a rebellious spirit with innate elegance

Inspired by the chain-link fences on the streets of New York City, Tiffany & Co. has transformed a familiar shape into something far more elegant and refined for its latest collection. Celebrating the strength of character and unspoken understanding shared by the city’s residents, the Tiffany Knot collection — much like its inspiration — is rebellious in spirit, but with an innate elegance.

Tiffany knot collection.

“New Yorkers are individualists who are also a part of something larger together,” says the storied jewellery house. The spirit behind the Tiffany Knot is subversive and audacious, a tribute to a strong sense of self and a certain state of mind that lends itself to ‘making it’ — a goal synonymous with the forward-facing hustle of The Big Apple.

As seen on ambassadors who have certainly ‘made it’, in-demand actress Anya Taylor Joy and Olympic gold medalist Eileen Gu, the collection is a study in contrasts. Smooth, organic loops culminate in visually sharp, pointed edges. The collection’s hero piece (a double-wrap choker) is showstopping in a uniquely subtle way; hand-set with over 300 diamonds, it is the epitome of chic without being overly ostentatious, contemporary and just as beautiful peeking out from a crisp white shirt as it is paired with an elevated ensemble.

Tiffany Knot pieces in the making.

The knot design is doubly clever in that, on the collection’s bracelets, it hides the clasp. This makes for a seamless design that symbolises the power of connection — a worthy and important sentiment at any time, but even more poignant now than ever.


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