Milan has surpassed Paris by opening the largest Tiffany & Co. boutique in Europe. Located in piazza Duomo, this new hotspot is even larger than its Parisian counterpart on the Champs Elysées. Spread over two floors of an historic 1870 building in front of the Arengario and the Museo del Novecento, one of the landmark attractions for tourists visiting the city, the stylish Tiffany House in piazza Duomo was opened in July after five months of work. Covering an area of more than 1,000 square metres, the new House of Tiffany is a treasure trove of marvels. Its jewelry will be showcased amidst artistic installations and iconic reinterpretations of the symbols of Milan, surrounded by exclusive spaces including a lounge bar, a private dining room and a salon dedicated to watches. The new glamorous store affirms Tiffany’s deep-rooted ties with Italy. The famous New York jewelry giant, established in 1837, has been present in Italy since 1989. The ‘House’ is its third store in town after via della Spiga and the Excelsior, and the tenth in Italy.
In a dazzling tribute to both capitals of fashion, Tiffany House in piazza Duomo hosts the brand new ‘Tiffany City HardWear’ collection representing the energy and spirit of New York, inspired by an archival design of a limited edition Tiffany bracelet.
Piazza Duomo (corner of via Ugo Foscolo)
M1 (red line) – M3 (yellow line) Duomo
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