This fall, Tiffany & Co. introduces a new collection of their timeless Roman numeral-themed Atlas jewelry, as well as an elegant line of textured leather handbags by designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex. Both collections are already popular among celebrity trendsetters like Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson.
Actress Lea Michele debuted the new Atlas style last month, when she wore the hinged bangle in 18-karat rose gold with diamonds ($9,000) while accepting her Teen Choice Award for “Choice TV Actress: Comedy.” Created by renowned Tiffany designer John Loring, the line is inspired by Greek mythology’s Atlas—a god who holds a large spherical globe in his hands—to symbolize its universal impact. Loring’s new sleek, ageless collection builds upon the raised Roman numerals he first used in his antique Atlas watch from 1983, and features matte and polished necklaces, bangles, pendants, earrings, and rings in 18-karat gold (yellow, rose, and white) and sterling silver with diamonds ($250-$9,000).
Lambertson and Truex’s tailored, textured fall bags ($50-$16,500) made with exotic leather skins in rich hues like moss, orchid, and frost, are geared toward the adventurous traveler. Stylish Crosby totes in haircalf and leather, and Chelsea hobos of leather and soft suede, have abundant space for on-the-go necessities. For sophisticated urbanites, the boxy Sabrina frame evening bags in crocodile and textured leather, and metallic Tatiana clutches, are designed for dazzling nights on the town. Fittingly, they’ve already graced the red carpet with Gisele Bündchen, who carried the Sabrina clutch in graphite metallic ($1,195).
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY TIFFANY & CO. (JEWELRY); BY NEILSON BARNARD/GETTY IMAGES FOR TIFFANY & CO. (PARKER)