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Tiffany & Co Unveils Two Model New Shops in Macau

Tiffany & Co Unveils Two Model New Shops in Macau

The successful reopening of The Landmark, Tiffany & Co’s historic Fifth Avenue flagship in New York, wasn’t the finale of an ambitious four-year-long project but the beginning of a brand new chapter for the esteemed jewellery brand.

The opening of the Landmark marked a new and different approach to Tiffany’s retail experience. And closer to home, we’ll get to see it for ourselves as two new stores open in Macau, one at Shoppes at Four Seasons Macao and the other at Wynn Palace, where both shops are beautifully designed to emphasise Tiffany’s jewellery artistry and heritage.

Tiffany & Co flagship at Four Seasons Macao
Tiffany & Co flagship at Four Seasons Macao

Both new stores are designed by architect Peter Marino, who took inspiration from the recent transformation of The Landmark, which was proclaimed at its opening last April to be more than just a jewellery store but a cultural hub. And anyone who’s walked through its rotating doors will know, and feel, the might and legacy of the Tiffany brand. Ten sweeping floors house wonders of all kinds; from the largest high jewellery collection to never-before-seen Tiffany-commissioned art pieces by the world’s most famous artists.

The new boutiques in Macau echo the same innovative artistry and superlative legacy. We might not have a ten-storey Tiffany building on this side of the earth, but the Four Seasons Macao and Wynn Palace boutiques are both hugely impressive spaces with their own strong curation of art pieces and beautiful watches and jewellery from its latest collections including Tiffany Lock, Tiffany T, Tiffany HardWear and high jewellery.

For example, the Four Seasons Macao boutique comes with a dazzlingly beautiful Tiffany Diamond Facade. Celebrating light and joy, the crystal prisms create a kinetic sparkle, reflecting and refracting and creating infinite depth. It’s not unlike looking into the heart of a real diamond. Inside its expansive 4,020-square-foot space, the Macao flagship is also home to Angelus Novus, an art piece by Francesco Clemente, in gold and hints of teal that is reminiscent of Tiffany’s signature blue.

The concept store at Wynn Palace is just as opulent. The exterior features a different look, inspired by the hammering technique that’s mastered by goldsmiths and silversmiths all around the world. Special art pieces hang within the 2,028-square-feet space, including a borrowed piece from Rashi Johnson’s Falling Man series that uses ceramic tiles, mirror fragments and wax to critique race and class; and Richard Prince’s Tiffany series, which are monochromatic abstract works that feature old Tiffany & Co advertisements. The House’s long-time artist partner Daniel Arkham has also created artworks for the shop in coloured sand, resin and paint, and a piece by Takefumi Hori, uses gold-leaf and Japanese calligraphy to create a piece that’s inspired by the energy of New York City, bringing us full circle back to where it all started.

Interested? We knew you would be. Visit Tiffany’s Macau boutiques or learn more about its collections here.

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Tiffany & Co. Four Seasons Store

Address: Shop 2805 2807, Level 2, Shoppers at Four Seasons, Cotai Strip, Macao
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 23:00 (Sun – Thu), 10:00 – 24:00 (Fri – Sat)
Tel: (+853) 2888 2181

Tiffany & Co. Wynn Palace Store

Retail 9, Wynn Esplanade, Wynn Palace, Avendia da Nave Desportiva, Cotai Macau
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 10:00PM (Mon – Thu), 10:00AM – 12:00AM (Fri – Sun)
Tel: (+853) 2836 2620

Source: Prestige Online

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