Travelogue: Singapore for Tiffany and Co.


I am currently in Singapore for the exclusive launch of the new Tiffany and Co. collection and the presentation of the brand’s design director πŸ™‚


I stayed at the St. Regis on Tanglin Road.


I love these Himalayan salt candle holders in the entryway


Staying at the St. Regis was such a treat because I had a personal butler assigned to my room πŸ˜€ *lol that’s how rich people live! Haha, well, this is all new to me! Thanks for the experience, Tiffany & Saint Regis :D*



Anyway, the presentation of the newest collection from Tiffany and Co. took place during a cocktail and dinner at the Singapore Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCa) last night.


It was a very lovely and intimate meeting of the foreign press with the wonderful team at Tiffany and Co. Asia Pacific who I had the privilege of getting to know better over drinks at the Lantern post-event πŸ™‚


I’ll be posting about the pieces from the new collection soon (wait for it :D), but this is all I can say: there were so many pieces that I really loved. And I guarantee that you will love and want them too!! *Start saving ladies and gents!* I was honored to have met and chatted with the lovely designer behind this collection (and many more collections to come). But again, I’ll have to leave you all up in the air for now, but I promise you, this is worth the wait!

A visit to any Tiffany and Co. boutique is always an amazing experience, and to really enjoy it, you should set aside a good amount of time to check out each window. And it’s through these careful β€œinspections” as I call them, that you really get to know each piece. The Elsa Peretti collection, the Paloma Picasso collection, the Tiffany keys, Return to Tiffany, the Atlas collection… there are too many pieces in each collection to be desired!

The Atlas bracelet:


How can anyone not love diamonds? Tiffany and Co. knows diamonds very well and these bright, deep yellow ones are so exquisite. Having them all on my fingers was a dream come true haha, if only I could take that oval home *illusion*!


And these are my all-time favorites: yellow diamond bezel stackable rings.


They are less β€œformal” compared to diamond rings set with pavΓ© white diamonds. And yes, the good news is that these rings also come in smaller carats *haha, which I can really save for*, so you can buy yourself a nice yellow diamond that you can wear every day πŸ™‚

I honestly can’t contain my excitement for the next collection that will debut in stores in September. For now, take time to visit a Tiffany and Co. boutique, or shop online at; like me, it will become your happy place too πŸ™‚


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