Piece of the Week: Tiffany & Co.’s ‘Hardwear’ Necklace
Gal Gadot wore the necklace to cut the ribbon on Tiffany’s reopened New York City flagship.
A whole lot of the “Hardwear” collection, it turns out.
Brand ambassador Gal Gadot wore three Hardwear necklaces and a bracelet, to be exact, at the Wednesday ribbon cutting that unveiled a space both modern and historical in its nods to Tiffany’s illustrious heritage.
Gadot’s jewelry look followed the same vision, mixing the contemporary Hardwear and "Tiffany T" collections (she donned two Tiffany T rings) alongside an Elsa Peretti “Diamonds By the Yard” necklace and “Bean Design” ear clips.
Like the Landmark, the designs of different eras flowed seamlessly together, representing the history that the LVMH-owned brand intends to bring into the future.
The “Piece of the Week” jewel from Gadot’s ribbon-cutting attire is the “Tiffany Hardwear Diamond Pavé Graduated Link Necklace.”
The weighty style is crafted in 18-karat yellow gold and features six interspersed diamond pavé links. It’s priced at $71,000.
Shop it online or in the New York City Landmark store, open to the public today.
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