By  on January 3, 2018

Tiffany & Co.’s revision under Reed Krakoff has been slow going — but more should be visible in the first half.

While named the jeweler’s chief artistic officer in January 2017, Krakoff’s first designs for the firm weren’t unveiled until November — and those were his concepts for its home collection, which he was first hired to make over in July 2016. The line was called “Everyday Objects” and received mixed reviews — with some media criticizing a tin can design cast in sterling silver for its $1,000 price tag.

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