Why I Love Elsa Peretti’s Tiffany & Co. Bone Cuff

Liza Minnelli wearing a large silver Bone Cuff.
Photo: by @ruvenafanador

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Tiffany & Co.’s “Bone Cuff” bracelet. Designed by Elsa Peretti in the 1970s, it’s a thick piece of metal molded in the anatomical shape of a wrist. Personally, I think it highlights one of the sexiest, most elegant parts of the human body in a way that’s powerful and slightly ostentatious, and I’ve wanted one for a very long time.

There was a big influencer marketing campaign around the bracelet earlier this year, which made me question whether I actually desired it, or if the algorithm was just playing tricks on me. But the Bone Cuff has always been an object of my affection. I’ve seen it on the wrists of so many stylish women I admire: Liza Minnelli, Sophia Loren, Grace Jones. It reminds me of Wonder Woman’s bracelets,

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Tiffany Buyer LVMH Reports a Vigorous Q3 Rebound Despite COVID

European fashion and luxury goods giant LVMH Moet Hennessy (OTC:LVMHF), which is currently involved in a prolonged and uncertain acquisition of Tiffany & Co. (NYSE:TIF), reported its third-quarter 2020 results earlier today. While still down from Q3 2019, according to the press release, the company’s metrics reveal a strong rebound in sales across most categories.

Organic revenue plunged 38% year over year in the second quarter but was only down 7% in Q3, showing the speed at which sales are returning. A breakdown of business activity by sector indicates LVMH is actually ahead of 2019 in its Fashion & Leather Goods segment, with a 12% revenue rise year over year. Wines & Spirits has almost recovered, with a 3% decline compared to 2019.

A young woman indicating luxury jewelry inside a glass showcase.

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While Perfume & Cosmetics and Watches & Jewelry are still down 16% and 14%, respectively, from last

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