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X|LUXURY: Tiffany’s ‘T’ Then and Now: In Conversation With Reed Krakoff and John Loring

Beyond the little blue box and Fifth Avenue windows, one of Tiffany & Co.’s most enduring symbols is its singular “T” motif.

Originally fashioned in the mid-Eighties by then-design director John Loring, the “T” collection has been reinterpreted every few years since — including a new iteration by current Tiffany chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff.

Earlier this month Krakoff introduced the collection T1, which applies his industrial, sleek sensibilities to Tiffany’s foremost initial. It is his third addition to the T franchise, following T True in 2018, which moved the collection into the engagement sector, and T Color in 2019.

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