Breakfast at Tiffany's Came to Life in Melbourne Today

Amanda Bardas

To celebrate the launch of its Paper Flowers collection in Australia, Tiffany & Co. played host to some of Australia’s most stylish VIPs at its Collins Street Melbourne store today by hosting (you guessed it) breakfast at Tiffany’s.

The fine jewellery collection is the first designed by chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff, with an aim to refresh what it means to create ‘fine jewellery’. The collection is inspired by the idea of abstract flower petals, balancing femininity and modernity, and is meant to find a place in your every day jewellery wardrobe, not just saved for special occasions.

Read on to see the collection styled on Lara Worthington, Nadia Fairfax, Nicole Warne, and Yan Yan Chan, and if you’re ready to drop your tax return in one go, shop some of our favourite pieces below. The intricate floral designs immediately remind us of the pinkie ring Samantha bid on in the Sex and the City movie—and that alone is reason enough to shop.

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