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JIMIN of BTS for Tiffany Lock collection
By SENATUS Magazine | 7 August 2023

JIMIN of Kpop group and global sensation BTS, fronts the new Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Lock collection's campaign. The new Lock extension features a captivating array of pendants, rings, earrings and bracelets in a variety of styles. Drawing inspiration from a centuries-old Tiffany Archives padlock, these new expressions of the Lock motif celebrate the design’s enduring significance as a symbol of love and unbreakable bonds.

Distinguished by sleek silhouettes and adorned with Tiffany’s legendary diamonds, the new designs are available in 18k white, yellow and rose gold with full pavé diamonds, half pavé diamonds or an all-metal way. In addition, the House will debut a new Lock bracelet in 18k white gold with half pavé diamonds and half baguette diamonds.

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