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Introducing Tiffany & Co's Paloma’s Melody

By Caroline Suganda

Hosanna Swee

Unlike her late father, the famous artist Pablo Picasso, Paloma Picasso knew she didn’t want to paint. Driven by a passion to create, a first taste of designing jewellery as a teenager was the catalyst for a career in jewellery design. The 67-year old has been collaborating with Tiffany & Co. for more than 30 years, designing pieces that celebrate her joie de vivre. A decade ago, she introduced Calife, a series of free-moving interlocking bands captured in rings and bracelets; each piece encapsulating the magic of Marrakesh and the opulence of the Orient. Exuberant and full of life, these shape-shifters would glide with the body when worn but always fall back into place in a swirl as intended. Now, the free-spirited collection is brought back to life with thinner, more streamlined bands. Aptly renamed as Paloma’s Melody, the bands make twinkling, melodious soundtracks, beating harmoniously to one’s movement.

Tiffany & Co. Paloma’s Melody rose gold ring, S$4,750 and bracelet, S$19,700. Check out the full collection here

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