Watch & Jewellery
LOOK MA, NO KEYS: Tiffany & Co.’s Lock Bracelets
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
12.08.2022
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelet
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelets
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelets
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelets
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelets
Tiffany & Co.’s 'Lock' bracelets
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Hey, don’t let all that talk about lockdowns these last couple of years put you off Tiffany & Co.’s latest trinket called – what else – Lock. The good news is, you already know how to use it. Fashioned like one of those ring binders in the office, this gilded Lock motif is one that the American jeweller mined from its archives and refined for modern day wear. The blueprint stems from padlocks it was hawking nearly a century ago. A simple twist and tug of this bracelet will easily unlock it. Reverse the motion and one is able to also wear it easily too without a familiar harrowing experience of trying to zip a dress by yourself. These unisex bracelets, offered in varying colours of gold and a remix of diamonds if one pleases, are badgering to be stacked on the wrists with other designs you’ve amassed. And if you happen to always misplace the key (like Kylie Jenner circa 2016), this Lock might be a godsend.

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