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Amfitheatrof Reinterprets Three Tiffany & Co. Collections for Fall

Jul 20, 2015 1:56 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Tiffany & Co.'s design director, Francesca Amfitheatrof,  reinterpreted three signature collections for the fall 2015: Tiffany Victoria, Tiffany Bow and Tiffany Infinity.  The designer's intent was to bring out the strengths of each collection, while sculpting them in metals of harmonious colors and highlighting the pieces with diamonds. tiffany victoria  
 
"This is jewelry that can be worn day and night," Amfitheatrof said. "The designs are fluid and elegant, working together or on their own to create a spectacular diamond look."

Tiffany Victoria was first introduced in 1998, celebrating the floral pattern of a diamond corsage ornament with marquise diamonds. Amfitheatrof evolves the pieces  with round and pear-shaped diamonds that are matched for color and clarity and set in platinum pendants, bracelets and earrings. (Pictured: Tiffany Victoria mixed cluster diamond bracelet in platinum, priced at $45,000.)
 
The Tiffany Bow -- reminiscent of a thread one might tie around a finger to remember something or someone -- will feature 18-karat  rose and white gold  asymmetrical loops and off-center knots on slender chokers and  cuffs, all traced with diamonds.

As the Tiffany Infinity symbolizes a continuous connection, Amfitheatrof accentuated the minimal, balanced form by refining the collection's contours in cuffs and rings of sterling-silver, as well as 18-karat gold and diamonds.
 

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