Tiffany & Co 62, avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris.

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Tiffany & Co has recently celebrated the opening of their new store at 62, avenue des Champs-Elysées, the world renowned boulevard in the romantic setting of Paris. The graceful façade of the store lit with Tiffany Blue veils the gracious interior of the store which reflects the global reputation of the brand and its rich 177-year history when Tiffany first opened a store in 1868 in Paris.


The new store is approximately 976 square-meters, and combines the vibrant energy of New York with the soft elegance of Paris. Built on 3 levels, the store is the pinnacle of the Tiffany shopping experience, grand luxurious private salons and windows that maximizes natural light on the third floor which complements the world’s most beautiful diamonds that glitter ever so gently under the sun light.


Each level is bound together by a marvelous Calacatta marble and limestone staircases that encircle a magnificent chandelier. The eye-opening crystal chandelier cascades all the way to the ground floor, where the brand’s most iconic jewelry is showcased. As celebration, for a limited time, the legendary Tiffany Diamond will be mounted in a necklace of white diamonds totaling over 100 carats! The rare yellow stone was purchased by the brand’s founder in 1878 and was brought back to Paris where it was cut into a 128.54 carat masterpiece.



The first floor of the store holds the bridal salon, with some of the world’s most coveted diamond engagement rings. Showcased in custom furnishings and white lacquered walls, the bridal salon matches the French romantic settings of Paris. Customers can comfortable explore the alluring rings to find the ‘perfect one’ in the comfort of private salons.


The second floor has an pale blue décor with bronze and sleek silver walls framing the contemporary collection hand painted art installations inspired by the ribbon on the Tiffany Blue Box to bring out the energy of the jewelry collection and the modern urban style.


The new store is located at 62, avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris.