The Tiffany & Co. Knot Collection Is a Nod to New York

An ode to the city that never sleeps.

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The Accessory: Tiffany's Knot Collection

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New York City has a tough exterior, but for over 1.6 million people and 220,000 businesses, the spirited 13.4 mile island is a special place to call home. As a tribute to the tenacious city where Tiffany & Co. first put down roots in 1837 (their first store was located on 295 Broadway in Lower Manhattan) the jeweler has just unveiled their new Tiffany Knot collection.

The multi-dimensional Tiffany knot designs are much like New York—a tad rebellious in spirit, but with an innate elegance. Its chain links are inspired by New York's city streets, while the knot motif symbolizes the undeniable power of human connection. Designs include bracelets, rings, necklaces, pendants, and earrings available in 18k yellow gold, rose gold, and alluring pavé diamonds.

“Mastering the art of ‘making it’ in New York demands a strong sense of self and a certain state of mind. This is the spirit behind Tiffany Knot," says Tiffany & Co. But you don't have to be a New Yorker to feel a bond with one of the collection's impeccably crafted creations. "Getting a nod of respect in NYC is one way to know you’ve made it. Wearing Tiffany Knot is another," says the house.

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Sara Holzman
Style Director

Sara Holzman is the Style Director for Marie Claire, where she's worked alongside the publication for eight years in various roles, ensuring the brand's fashion content continues to inform, inspire, and shape the conversation about fashion's ever-evolving landscape. With a degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, Sara is responsible for overseeing a diverse fashion content mix, from emerging and legacy designer profiles to reported features on the influence of social media on style and seasonal and micro trends across the world's fashion epicenters in New York, Milan, and Paris. Before joining Marie Claire, Sara held fashion roles at Conde Nast's Lucky Magazine and Self Magazine and was a style and travel contributor to Equinox's Furthermore website. Over her decade of experience in the fashion industry, Sara has helped guide each brand's style point of view, working alongside veteran photographers and stylists to bring editorial and celebrity photo shoots to fruition from start to finish. Sara currently lives in New York City. When she's not penning about fashion or travel, she’s at the farmer’s market, on a run, working to perfect her roasted chicken recipe, or spending time with her husband, dog, and cat. Follow her along at @sarajonewyork