The immensity of statement pieces has invaded your last bare
patch of skin. In what seems an unfair inverse relationship, the
glittering grandeur of these eye-catching adornments also limits
the number of occasions to wear them—so memorable they
can hardly be shown twice. The Tiffany Keys collection offers
a delightful reprieve à la the charm of simplicity everlasting.
Classic, as only Tiffany & Co. can be, these new pendants sparkle
with a combination of diamonds, platinum, 18 karat yellow or
white gold and sterling silver—the iconic glints of each drawing
inspiration from the jeweler’s archives. Given their assortment of
lengths and various styles of chains, there is a fine opportunity to
wear several at once or, to rather courageously wear only one.
For stores, tiffany.com
Art and fashion have played nice for years, but the association at
times feels as forced as the awkward friendships of reality television
housewives. Throughout her career, Mila Schön, the Milan-based
doyenne of “prêt-à-porter haute couture” created a ravishing
collection of clothing and accessories with bold infusions of both.
As geometric and progressive as they were, her designs were also
perfectly tailored, offering women the luxury of slipping on striking
colors and contemporary shapes without sacrificing sophistication.
“I notice only the ugly part of things. By eliminating it, only what is
beautiful remains,” the designer has famously said. Today her spirit
emboldens the brand’s spring/summer collection, which features
vibrant silk bandanas and funky shoes in a daring mix (of course) of
leather and plexiglass. For information, milaschon.com