BLACKPINK’s Rosé Inspires New Tiffany & Co. Capsule Collection

Tiffany & Co. has debuted an all-new capsule collection inspired by one of its house ambassadors. The upcoming Tiffany Lock Rosé Edition is inspired by BLACKPINK member Rosé and pays design homage to the K-pop artist as well as to the singer’s name.

The Tiffany Lock Rosé Edition features four different styles of 18-karat rose gold and rare pink sapphire designs. Rare pink sapphires are known to be one of the rarest colored gemstones within the precious sapphire family and often symbolizes love and power. In a statement, Alexandre Arnault, executive vice president, product and communication of Tiffany & Co. said, “Rosé is a true superstar whose music and creative purpose is anchored in the power of connection. Her Lock capsule collection reflects this spirit and embodies who she is as an artist.”

The Tiffany Lock has been inspired by an archival padlock from 1883 and pays homage to the jeweler’s heritage. The lock symbolizes unbreakable bonds that connect us and is also an ode to the infinite power of love. The Lock is recognizable for its sleek design. The capsule includes the classic Lock bracelet, a pair of earrings and pendants offered in smaller and medium sizes. Rosé speaks on the collection, “it is such an honor to inspire a capsule collection for Tiffany. It’s exciting to see the iconic Lock collection reimagined with such rare gemstones and I’m excited to share this fun project with my fans and also fans of the Lock collection.” This collection was debuted earlier this week at the Tiffany & Co. store in Omotesando in Tokyo. The capsule is now available in China, South Korea and in New York and will be made available to clients worldwide starting on October 1.

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