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Tiffany & Co. Concept Stores Are Opening Around NYC

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Tiffany & Co. is surprising all of us with concept pop-up stores in New York City! Learn more about the locations below!

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The luxury jewelry brand is expanding its empire beyond the amazing store on 5th Avenue, with pop-up concept stores around the Big Apple.

The luxury brand, that has even has a color named after it, has opened new stores in Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Terminal, but these are only temporary and will close in the fall. So next time you catch yourself around any of these two locations don’t miss the chance to see for yourself and maybe even do some shopping.

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The outside of the store in Rockefeller Center. A different approach to how the art-deco flagship store is designed, but elegant nevertheless. Tiffany & Co. Concept Stores Are Opening Around NYC 03 Tiffany & Co. Tiffany & Co. Concept Stores Are Opening Around NYC Tiffany Co

The inside of the concept store designed in a modern, clean, and even kind of industrial style, which is certainly very different from what the brand has presented in the past.

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The stores are stocked with a little bit of everything, from their famed jewelry to home decor, such as sterling silver flower pots and cashmere throws.Tiffany & Co. Concept Stores Are Opening Around NYC 05 Tiffany & Co. Tiffany & Co. Concept Stores Are Opening Around NYC Tiffany Co

As one of New York City Landmark’s, appearing on famous movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the luxury brand decided to open pop-up stores in strategical places, as the store in Grand Central Terminal to reach more tourists.

source: elledecor.com

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