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Tiffany & Co. Launches New Collection Inspired by Rosé of BLACKPINK

Tiffany & Co. has unveiled an exquisite new capsule collection, drawing inspiration from its esteemed house ambassador, Rosé of BLACKPINK. The luxury jewelry brand is set to release the Tiffany Lock Rosé Edition today, September 14, at its newly opened Omotesando store in Tokyo, as reported by Woman’s Wear Daily.

The collection holds a special place in Rosé‘s heart, as she shared, “It is such an honor to inspire a capsule collection for Tiffany. It’s exciting to see the iconic Lock collection reimagined with such rare gemstones, and I’m excited to share this fun project with my fans and also fans of the Lock collection.”

According to WWD, the capsule collection takes its inspiration from an archival padlock dating back to 1883, paying tribute to both the K-pop idol’s name and Tiffany & Co.’s rich heritage.

The Tiffany Lock Rosé Edition offers a range of styles, including a classic Lock bracelet, a pair of earrings, and pendants in both small and medium sizes. Fans worldwide can look forward to acquiring these exquisite pieces from October 1 onwards.

However, for those eager to get their hands on these treasures sooner, the collection will be available in China, South Korea, and The Landmark in New York City starting tomorrow, September 14.

Alexandre Arnault, Tiffany & Co.’s executive vice president of product and communication, expressed, “Rosé is a true superstar whose music and creative purpose are anchored in the power of connection. Her Lock capsule collection reflects this spirit and embodies who she is as an artist.”

In other exciting BLACKPINK news, the girl group recently treated fans to an animated music video for their latest song, ‘The Girls.’ This track is part of the soundtrack for their mobile game, BLACKPINK The Game.

Additionally, BLACKPINK’s Lisa is set to make history as the first K-pop idol to headline five exclusive shows at the renowned Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris later this month. Tickets for these highly anticipated performances are already on sale.

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