Introducing the next classics

Timeless, distinctive and completely collectable, Tiffany's latest three lines have soared straight to the top of our wish list. And we're sure we're not alone - the landmark campaign starring Doutzen Kroes with her son Phyllon, Langley Fox and Dree Hemingway and Crista Cober and Imaan Hammam has made a big impression in the US already.

The three collections have been designed to complement each other, so you can gradually add to your collection for an increasingly dazzling display. We can't decide which collection we need most urgently: the reimagined Tiffany Victoria, first launched in 1998 (inspired by the precious diamond corsage centrepiece of Tiffany's exhibit at the 1889 Paris World's Fair) and now reborn with round and pear-shaped diamonds set in platinum pendants, bracelets and earrings; the Tiffany Bow, delicate yet modern pieces defined by diamond-encrusted ribbons in 18-carat rose and white gold cuffs, rings and chokers;  or the Tiffany Infinity, a contemporary take on the ancient symbol in sterling silver and 18-carat gold cuffs and rings.

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The power of three: new diamond jewellery by Tiffany & Co.

The three collections land in stores worldwide this month, along with a very special new service in Tiffany's Australian stores: on-the-spot engraving of select sterling silver jewellery. Launching tonight in the Castlereagh St, Sydney store as part of Vogue Fashion Night Out, the complimentary service allows customers to choose from six engraving fonts for their piece.  The service will then be rolled out across all stores nationally on October 1. Visit

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