Yes, you’re right! Pop up that legendary blue box at Tiffany & Co.’s new store at Avenue des Champs-Elysées!
Located at the renowned high-end retail belt of Paris, the new store is a reflection of the company’s global reputation as a luxury brand with a steep history that spans more than 170 years.
In fact, Paris had its first taste of Tiffany & Co. when the New York-based jeweller opened its first store in the city in 1868.
Serving as the pinnacle of Tiffany shopping experience, the store houses luxurious private salons and windows that allow maximum natural light penetration for proper viewing of the world’s most beautiful diamonds.
The floors are connected by a Calacatta marble and limestone staircase encircling a magnificent chandelier. The sculptural crystal column cascades to the ground floor, where some of Tiffany’s most iconic and must-have collections are arrayed. For a limited time, the store also hosted one of the rarest diamonds – the legendary Tiffany Diamond.
Purchased by Tiffany’s founder in 1878 and brought to Paris where it was cut to 128.54 carats of pure beauty and light, the radiant yellow diamond is mounted on a necklace of white diamonds totalling over 100 carats.
Love, glamour and romance abound in the first floor’s bridal salon where white lacquered walls and custom furnishings complement the world’s most coveted diamond engagement rings.
Other decorative features abundant within this store are the exterior features details of the entrance that is akin to the one at its Fifth Avenue flagship store, including the Art Deco-styled stainless steel doors and the wheat leaf pattern etched on windows and columns.
On the other hand, Swank was immaculately dressed in a black dress with Tiffany Enchant® diamond stud earrings, pendant and bangle.
And in conjunction with the opening soiree too, the famous Obelisk was doused in light, tinged in Tiffany Blue ― so beautiful and luminous; it can be seen from miles away.