Fifth Avenue’s crown jewel is again.
A bevy of gorgeous individuals turned out Thursday night time to rejoice the reopening of Tiffany & Co.’s flagship retailer on the nook of 52nd St.
Florence Pugh, Anya Taylor-Pleasure, Zoe Kravitz, Hailey Bieber and Gal Gadot have been among the many A-listers who stepped out for the social gathering — a modern prelude to Monday’s Met Gala that may have made Truman Capote proud.
Bieber, 26 — her hair in a slicked-back bun and sporting a fitted black Versace midi gown — paid homage to Audrey Hepburn’s impossibly stylish Holly Golightly within the 1961 movie basic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” Her manicure? Tiffany blue, darling.
Kravitz, 34, radiated in a bedazzled bra and an unbuttoned white shirt, Pugh, 27, wore a sheer Valentino confection and Taylor-Pleasure, additionally 27, dazzled in a superb pink cutout column by Dilara Findikoglu.
All have been dripping in Tiffany diamonds.
The revamp of the historic 10-floor flagship — which opened in 1940 and is now generally known as “The Landmark” — started in 2019 at a reported price of $250 million. (Tiffany operated subsequent door within the interim.)
It now boasts art work from Damien Hirst, Jenny Holzer and Richard Prince, in addition to a Hepburn “expertise room” that includes a duplicate of the black Givenchy gown she wore whereas peering via the window within the opening scene of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
Whereas Tiffany gained’t reveal the worth of its jewels, the shop will show a brand new setting for its legendary 128.54-carat Tiffany Yellow Diamond — reportedly value $30 million in 2019 and beforehand worn by Beyoncé and Woman Gaga.
Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud is on the helm of the Blue Field Cafe, which can serve a daytime menu that features breakfast, in fact.
Tiffany, based in 1837, was bought by luxurious conglomerate LVMH for roughly $16 billion in 2019.
Since then, it’s shelled out on flashy advertising campaigns with the likes of Jay-Z and Beyoncé.
“Symbolic of a brand new period for Tiffany & Co., the Landmark is far more than a jewellery retailer — it’s a cultural hub with an beautiful showcase of structure and superior hospitality, in addition to cutting-edge artwork and design,” Anthony Ledru, president and chief govt officer of Tiffany & Co., mentioned in a press release.
“It units a brand new bar for luxurious retail on a world scale.”