Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Just in time for the holiday season, there’s a new drop of fine jewelry made for the uptown girl living for a downtown world. Tiffany & Co. is typically associated with the Holly Golightly’s of the world, but today marks a new partnership with Dover Street Market, the retailer known for its curation of conceptual brands like Junya Watanabe, Rei Kawakubo, and now, Elsa Peretti. The jewelry designer has been working with Tiffany & Co. since 1974. Peretti is best known for her undular silhouettes like the iconic bean necklace and open heart pendant that have graced the collarbones of celebrities for decades. In celebration of the Bone Cuff’s 50th anniversary this year, Tiffany & Co. and Dover Street Market are presenting a new collection of “The DSM Edit,” reimagining the cuff for the wearer who prefers a darker palette. The collection of five bracelets launch today, exclusive to DSM.
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Most notably are the three, all-black styles that speak to the monochomatic DSM shopper (you know, the kind who exclusively wears Comme des Garcons). They come in a range of sizes, including a larger version that features a sensual curve that wears comfortably on the wrist and reflects Peretti’s love of nature and fine craftsmanship. Of the two silver styles, the Snowflake Obsidian Cuff is the standout. The sterling silver bracelet is inlaid with hand-carved sooty volcanic glass that sparkles with white inclusions. The teardrop is a favorite shape for Peretti, intended to be “a symbol of pure emotion.” This isn’t the first time the two emblematic brands have joined forces. In 2019, they dropped a joint collection of engraved jewelry as an ode to Los Angeles and New York City. The five Bone Cuffs are available for purchase starting today exclusively at select DSM stores worldwide and doverstreetmarket.com until Jan. 15, 2021. All styles are offered for both left and right wrists and range in price from $450–$2,700.
Justine Carreon is the market editor at ELLE.com covering fashion, Dutch ovens, and fashion again.
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