Tiffany & Co.'s Largest Asia Flagship Is Now Open At One Peking Road In Hong Kong
American jewellery house Tiffany & Co. has opened its largest flagship store in Asia with a 10,000 square-foot retail area in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, complete with the first Tiffany Blue Box Café outside of New York.
The exterior is classic Tiffany & Co. with a two-storey facade outlined by three large portal frames. Embellished with the same wheat leaf pattern found on the doors of the New York flagship store, the design of the One Peking Road flagship stays true to the Tiffany & Co.'s signature aesthetic.
The interior is outfitted with amazonite and white marble, with a portrait of Charles Lewis Tiffany rendered by artist Andrew Myers taking centre stage alongside artworks by seven exceptional artists to reflect the jeweller’s historic connection with art.
With our new flagship store at One Peking Road, we aimed to create a genuine experience, vibrant, energetic and full of personality.
— Laurent Cathala, Tiffany & Co.’s group vice president of North Asia
Fans of the classic 1961 film Breakfast At Tiffany’s can now get a taste of the glamour of Holly Golightly played by Audrey Hepburn at Asia’s first Tiffany Blue Box Café inside the One peking Road flagship.
Serving breakfast classics such as croissants, smoked salmon bagels and buttermilk waffles, the Blue Box Café is set to open on October 13 and reservations can be made through the brand’s online booking platform set to launch later in the month.
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To celebrate the new opening, Tiffany & Co. has launched a special Tiffany Paper Flowers collection with an exclusive debut at the One Peking Road flagship store. Featuring pieces from necklaces and pendants to earrings and rings, the collection is inspired by the art of papercutting and crafted with an exquisite selection of precious stones including aquamarine and green tourmaline.
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