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Tiffany & Co. debuts its famous shade of baby blue in Britomart

Tiffany & Co. has opened its first ever boutique in New Zealand today in Britomart, Auckland CBD. The stores takes up the entire ground floor of the Australis House on Galway St and stands out from the rest of the grey, dull-coloured buildings with lashings of Tiffany Blue coloured flags and signage.

Vice president and managing director of Tiffany & Co. Oceania Glen Schlehuber said the company was very excited to opening its doors in Auckland today.

“The store represents a wonderful opportunity to showcase the excellent quality and craftsmanship of our Tiffany collections and provide new customers with a world-class shopping experience,” he says.

The store is 430 square metres wide and has several different rooms throughout.

The grand entrance room features a hand-leafed chandelier by New York based artist Michelle Oka Doner, while the fine jewellery salon has white stone floors, velvet walls and cerused walnut paneling.

A dark green marble band has also been included in the stone flooring as a reference to the brand’s Fifth Avenue flagship in New York, where the same material is used to create the stone floor.

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There is also a bridal salon where the Tiffany Setting engagement ring can be found, while the fashion salon has a gallery feel to it and features white lacquer panels, wood flooring and a wall of mirrors and polished metals. 

The shop also includes a private sales salon for customers who wish to be more discreet with their purchasing and is crafted to created a luxurious shopping experience. 

Auckland is Tiffany’s first company-operated store within New Zealand. In total, Tiffany has 311 stores operating in 27 countries, including nine across the ditch in Australia.

Tiffany & Co. joins a ever-growing luxury precinct in Auckland’s CBD, which now includes the likes of Prada, Christian Dior, Swarovski, R.M. Williams and Chanel.

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