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In Photos: Tiffany & Co. HardWear Collection
By SENATUS Magazine | 17 May 2017
Inspired by a unisex bracelet from 1971, Tiffany & Co. has revived from its archives a brand new collection, re-imagined to include earrings, rings, necklaces and pendants.

This is Tiffany's latest design roll-out since the Tiffany T back in 2014. Where T was sleek and polished, HardWear is edgier, with each piece featuring chain links, padlocks, or tiny wrecking balls.

Tiffany HardWear embodies the power and edge of the city and the energy of the streets of Manhattan, where the American jeweller still calls home, and with its utilitarian hardware-inspired designs, represents the spirit of the bold, independent New York woman.


Jewellery: Tiffany & Co. HardWear
Clothes: HOPE, Lemaire and Roberto Collina from Manifesto, Capitol Piazza.
Model: Yumiko, Mannequin Models
Make Up: Yuan Sng, using MAC Cosmetics
Hair: Francisco Raquiza, Salon B
Styling: Lionnel Lim
Photography: Amanda Wong, assisted by William Lai
Videographer: Audi Khalid
Location: The Warehouse Hotel
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