Monday, 19 January 2015 16:45

Tiffany Aria: a new symphony in eyewear

Tiffany&Co and its exclusive jewelry have always been synonymous with elegance and style but without neglecting the more traditional aspects associated with emotions and the most important values in life. Over the years its creations have been part of numerous romantic occasions and 2015 is no exception, since it will be marked by the presentation of a new collection that the American brand dedicates to Valentine’s Day.


Tiffany Aria is the new Tiffany Eyewear special project that reached stores at the end of January. Inspired by the jewelry collection of the same name, Aria pays tribute to the world of opera, starting with its name.

Aria consists of three sun and three optical models featuring a single theme interpreted by three exclusive creations: Allegro, Adagio and Concerto. The design features three Austrian crystals interspersed with mother-of-pearl cabochons (5 in Allegro, three in Adagio and one in Concerto).

The collection is the result of a very meticulous manufacturing process, especially for the almost entirely manual crafting of the mother-of-pearl that is extracted from shells and very careful handling.

A protagonist of the advertising campaign, sun model TF4103HB is a cat-eye frame in acetate finished with 5 mother-of-pearl cabochons alternating with three Austrian crystals on the sides at temple height. The same decorative element is found also on rounded sun model TF4104HB also in acetate.

The last sun model, TF4105HB, in acetate has square lines and a single mother-of-pearl cabochon near the three Austrian crystals on each temple. It is embellished with a small Austrian crystal on the front.

The collection includes two metal optical models, one with a cat-eye shape, TF1110HB, and one with a squarer frame,TF1109HB, both decorated with three mother-of-pearl cabochons and Austrian crystals.

The collection is completed with the last optical model in acetate,TF2109HB, which appears in the advertising campaign and features a single mother-of-pearl cabochon that lights up the sides at temple height.