Crisp autumn air means the arrival of richly-colored handbags and accessories by luxury fashion house Tiffany & Co. Designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex created these new must-have with the clean lines of finely-tailored suits as well as what’s likely to be carried inside.
“We thought about the key possessions that must always be at hand, and we created a collection to carry off every scenario, whether you’re a global traveler or on your way to work” – Richard Lambertson.
Colors including bright moss and vivid orchid complement textures and are seen alone or paired with rich neutrals such as espresso and onyx.
Tiffany & Co. Handbag Looks
Clutches: When a compact handbag will do, carry these stunning clutches from day to evening. The Ava box clutch and Sabrina frame clutch come in shimmery metallic leather. Or, the Morgan clutch (not pictured) stands out in a leopard print.
Hobos: The Chelsea hobo drapes elegantly against the body in soft suede in orchid, moss or cognac.
Top handles: The espresso/cognac leather Celia tote with a pair of knee-high brown boots completes a fall outfit.
Roomy interior: The bright moss haircalf Crosby tote with leather top handles can carry a full load or try the Mason crossbody bag in gray soft suede.
And, there are so many more options.
The Tiffany Leather Collection is created with time-honored techniques that are executed by skilled artisans. In their hands, every clasp and embellishment, every pocket and seam is perfectly placed and smoothly integrated into the overall design. In addition, these original creations are finished with the hallmarks of Tiffany’s heritage, including custom-designed hardware, Tiffany Blue leather interiors, Tiffany Blue enamel and subtle Tiffany & Co. logos. Collectively, they represent the attention to detail that makes for a fashion essential of enduring style.
The Tiffany Leather Collection starts at $50 for small leather goods up to $16,500 for handbags. The collection is available at select Tiffany locations. For more information, please visit tiffany.com.
(Preview the new Tiffany & Co Atlas Collection.)
*Photos courtesy of Tiffany & Co.