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For Fall 2019, PAPER teamed up with Tiffany & Co. to create an Instagram magazine that showcases the fantasy, practicality, and joy of wearing key pieces from two Tiffany exclusive collections: Tiffany T and Tiffany HardWear. Below, best-selling author Cleo Wade wears this season’s biggest trends across beauty and fashion, paired with Tiffany jewelry.

Tulle and Feathers

Fall 2019 is all about volume, but in a light and airy way that perfectly balances romantic effervescence with bold and larger-than-life silhouettes. Design houses like Christian Dior, Carolina Herrera, Ulyana Sergeenko, and more used tulle, while Giambattista Valli and Valentino opted for feathered materials, but the sentiment remained the same throughout. Play with the whimsicality of this ultra-feminine trend of the season by styling your voluminous apparel with new brightly colored Turquoise, Onyx and Mother of Pearl styles from the Tiffany T collection.


The Fall 2019 shows featured more head-turning looks than we have seen in a while — all by way of glitter sequins, paillettes, and more. While there were disco-inspired looks by the expected Saint Laurent and Paco Rabanne, more tailored favorites like Chanel, Dries Van Noten, and Givenchy dabbled in the light-catching glitter trend in everything from evening gowns to classic tweed suits alike. When it comes to styling jewelry with this already opulent look, keep it straightforward by mixing in the Tiffany T collection in 18k yellow, rose gold and diamonds alike.


Everything is coming up roses for Fall 2019 as one of the colors you’re about to see everywhere is none other than near-neon shades of fuchsia. Chanel debuted matching tweed sets, while Alexander McQueen chose a bold look with a voluminous draped evening dress; Valentino went sheer with a silk chiffon gown and Talbot Runhof walked everything from asymmetrical tops to high-wasted maxi skirts down the runway in the hue. When styling the youthful color, consider going a bit more edgy with your jewelry, like the oversized spheres and chunky chains of the Tiffany HardWear collection.