Beyoncé teams up with Tiffany & Co

The collection celebrates the 29-time Grammy Award Winner’s latest album, Renaissance.
Singer Beyoncé Knowles.

To mark the first anniversary since dropping ‘the best-rated album of 2022’, Renaissance, Beyoncé has returned to Tiffany & Co with a new collection. Made up of three necklaces co-designed by the Cuff It singer herself, the collection is based on the iconic and historic ‘Return to Tiffany’ emblem. 

First used in the 1960s, the key tag would have ‘Please Return to Tiffany & Co. New York’ emblazoned on it, as well as a unique registration number, ensuring that if any of Tiffany’s clients’ lost keys were returned to the shop, they could easily be identified. Over the years, these tags have come in many shapes including round locks and hearts.

Beyoncé’s version of the necklace tags come in the original round lock design and have  ‘Welcome to the Renaissance / Beyoncé / 925’ on one side, and ‘Tiffany & Co. / New York / 925’ along with an outline of a horse, which represents the sold-out Renaissance World Tour, on the other. Each of these limited edition pieces is fashioned out of 925 Sterling silver, and the main difference is in the necklaces themselves, with the two more expensive ones being a beaded necklace and a chunky chain necklace. 

The prices for these three necklaces range from $275 to $700, which is not cheap but typical of Tiffany & Co.’s. Even so, the money does go towards a good cause, with 100% of the profits going to the singer’s and her husband, Jay Z’s About Love Scholarship Program, which aims to help children in Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  

The collection is only available on the Tiffany & Co. website, so if you’d like to get your hands on one of these coveted necklaces, you should head there quickly!

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