Tiffany & Co. bring some New York state of mind to a winter’s evening in Sydney.
Internationally renowned jeweller Tiffany & Co celebrated the arrival of its ‘The Making of a New York Minute’ archival timepiece exhibition in Sydney last night with a dinner for 50 VIP guests at restaurant-du-jour Kensington Street Social.
Hosted by Nicola Andreatta, Vice President and General Manager of the Tiffany Watch Company and Glen Schlehuber, Vice President and Managing Director Oceania, guests were welcomed by a saxophone player on the cobblestone laneway and the restaurant’s brick façade washed in the iconic Tiffany blue.
Inside the new CT60 and East West watch collections were displayed in front of a custom created artwork by Australian artist MISO. The New York Skyline artwork was pixelated by hundreds of fine white dots to create an energetic atmosphere behind the watches.
Men’s Style viewed the archival exhibition in Tiffany’s Sydney boutique earlier in the day, which centres on Tiffany’s heritage as a premier watchmaker from its founding in New York City in 1837 to the present. The collection has been on view in Sydney and now moves to the Collins Street, Melbourne store until July 14.