Having recently relocated to Raine Square, Tiffany & Co. Perth has unveiled their new-look boutique this week…
And I have the inside scoop!
From the expansive main entrance – which is illuminated by a traditional glass Wheat Leaf panel facade, the sleek and modern design aesthetic of Tiffany’s Perth is as expected: luxurious, innovative, and incredibly enticing for guests of the iconic jewellery conglomerate.
Inside, the continuance of features from other historic Tiffany boutiques around the world is clearly evident. With display fixtures (anchored by large steel beams – which is a nod to New York’s industrial heritage) strategically positioned to display the countless jewellery pieces from their various collections throughout the well-lit and immersive environment.
Tiffany’s Wheat Leaf design can also be seen on the custom carpets that lay beneath. As the unique use of fluted glass, white stone, silver travertine, steel and marble unfolds throughout the space to create a cohesive and elevated feel.
Other elements throughout the boutique include a wall inspired by the famous Tiffany blue box and a personal consultation bar which celebrates the iconic white ribbon wrapping (as seen above).
Glen Schlehuber, Tiffany & Co. Vice President and Managing Director, Australia & New Zealand, said, “The new boutique will provide our clients with the renowned quality, craftsmanship and style they expect from Tiffany, in a beautiful new environment.”
The Raine Square store is now open and features Tiffany’s iconic jewellery collections. Including Tiffany T, Tiffany HardWear, Tiffany Victoria®, Tiffany Bow and Tiffany Infinity. As well as designs by Jean Schlumberger, Elsa Peretti and Paloma Picasso.
Vicky began her career writing fashion, lifestyle and music related articles for a diverse range of print and digital media outlets. Shortly thereafter – upon discovering that a vast majority of the fashion industry were being out-shadowed by the commercial conglomerates of the world – Vicky (who equally grew tired of having no creative freedom herself) set out to create her own digital publishing platform that focused on promoting the incredible talents of all creatives within the fashion industry. Which is how The Fashion Catalyst began in 2009.