The Hottest New Address on Fifth Avenue

After being closed for renovations since 2019, Tiffany & Co. hosted a grand party late last month for the reopening of its newly transformed flagship store on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York, now known as “The Landmark.” 

“The exclusive party began with an opening set by DJ Mia Moretti, followed by a performance by the Radio City Rockettes, a headlining performance by American singer-songwriter Katy Perry and DJ set by Mark Ronson to close the evening.”

Tiffany’s had not been refurbished since its original opening in 1940. The reportedly $250 million renovation was led by architect Peter Marino (pictured below), known for his work on some of the biggest flagship stores in the luxury industry. The new store consists of ten amazing floors, each one dedicated to a different theme – one solely to love, another floor only features silver, another home decor, and so on.

Even if you buy nothing, it is worth a visit to see this extraordinary building – I can’t wait to check it out on my next trip.

Plus: a few reasonably priced selections from the legendary jeweler linked for you below.

“It’s more than a store. It’s a landmark. It’s an art gallery, an exhibition space, several restaurants, and a private club.

LVMH executive vice president Alexandre Arnault 
Alexandre Arnault, Gal Gadot, and Anthony Ledru at the store opening
Hailey Bieber & her Tiffany blue nails.
Katie Perry performed at the launch party.
Martha never misses a party.

Also soon to open is the The Blue Box Café by Daniel Boulud: “The new café offers a unique take on dining at Tiffany & Co. Michelin-starred chef Boulud brings a seasonally inspired daytime menu, including breakfast and tea. Opening soon for reservations, the redesigned space now includes a private dining area and bar with art installations.”

Blue Box Café
In March, Lauren Santo Domingo was named as the first Artistic Director of the Tiffany Home Category. I can’t wait to see all the good things that come from that creative partnership.
First Floor: “An icon in its own right, the main floor of The Landmark has played host to countless special moments since the store first opened its doors in 1940. Today, under the glow of a 22-foot “Diamond Skylight” art installation by Hugh Dutton, you’ll discover pieces from the House’s most coveted collections, including Tiffany Lock, Tiffany T, Tiffany HardWear and Tiffany Knot, as well as luminous diamond designs.”

“The Landmark’s third floor is guaranteed to make hearts beat faster. Against a backdrop of ivory silk wall panels reminiscent of wedding gowns, you’ll discover the ultimate symbols of love: Tiffany & Co. engagement rings. From the iconic Tiffany Setting to breathtaking couples’ rings and wedding bands, you’re sure to find a masterpiece that captures the joy and promise of your unique love story.”

Creating an Icon
The redesign of the entire 10-story building led by architect Peter Marino, known for his work on some of the biggest flagship stores in the luxury industry.
Audrey Experience
The Audrey Experience – showcases a couture copy of Holly Golightly’s black dress, floor-to-ceiling photos and outtakes from the Breakfast at Tiffany’s, along with a soundscape of Moon River recordings in all their jazzy, old-school splendor.”

“Celebrating the iconic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, this exclusive experience pays homage to a key moment in cinematic history and the cultural impact of the House. In this immersive installation, a replica of Audrey Hepburn’s black dress by the house of Givenchy—worn in the movie’s opening sequence—is dramatically unveiled.”

Color by the Yard Earrings – $2375
Diamond Hoop Earrings – $2300
Starfish Earrings – $2100
Mesh earrings – $3950
Diamond Pendant – $2250
Double Loving Heart Pendant – $1000. This would be great for a twin mom (hint, hint).
Mesh Triangle Necklace – $1050
Arrow Pendant – only $300 !
Tiffany T Smile Pendant – $1050
Tiffany T Smile Pendant in Rose Gold – $1450
Heart & Arrow Pendant – $1125
Stacking Band Ring – $1850
Crystal Heart Box – $75
Return to Tiffany Blue Heart Earrings – $425
Open Heart Key Ring – $75. I love this abstract minimalist heart design.
Star Dish – $300
Starfish – in hand blown Venetian glass. $1000
Bone China Tiffany Coffee Cups – $170. How adorable are these.
Tiffany Coffee Cups – Set of 5 – $425
Fun Fact: There are three dresses in existence from this scene at Breakfast at Tiffany’s: The original is still in the Givenchy archive, Paramount Pictures owns another, and a third was auctioned by Christie’s in 2006 for about $860K.

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