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Tiffany Chou’s New Diamond-Studded Fine Jewelry Collection

Sneak a peek at the cute kitties and pretty pineapples in this luxe line.


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The Rock is huge right now. In fact, it’s safe to say that it’s shaking the foundations of our world. First of all, it’s super pretty and all you’ll ever need for a formal event. Think of it as basically everything women want.

 

But we're talking about more than just Dwayne Johnson. We’re talking about the original rock, aka a girl’s best friend: a diamond.

 

And while this BFF looks good no matter how you set it, a little updating is sure to add a bit more sparkle. Enter Tiffany Chou’s upcoming fall/winter collection, which brings these gemstones to a fun and flirty place with new takes on them. Take her pretty pineapple rings, where pear-cut yellow or white diamonds become the bodies of these luscious fruits, with 14-karat yellow- or rose-gold bands. Cat lovers also get something to meow about, with a mini collection of rings, a pendant and a set of stud earrings featuring feline faces made out of diamonds or morganite.

 

Stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to your budget? Chou’s got gorgeous, delicate designs in a whole range of prices, such as her Fabulous Fan Coral pieces, with sparkly studs adorning coral branches on rings and earrings, all for less than $100. Or, go boho with her Wednesday Bracelets, chunky cuffs made with nautically braided cords in a washed palette that give your ensemble a relaxed feel. It’s the perfect way to transition from day to night before you start throwing stones—on your fingers and ears, that is. 

 

Casual to glam: Now that is a rock-solid collection.

 

$60–$2,140, available at tiffanychou.com in the fall. Check the website for updates on release dates.

 

READ MORE STORIES BY NATALIE SCHACK

 

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