Tiffany & Co. Unveils Its New Holiday Pop-Up in Miami
Miami Art Week is officially in full swing, bringing the world’s top artists, designers, and luxury brands to one destination — putting magic into the Magic City. And last night, Tiffany & Co. hosted quite the soiree to debut its first-ever Miami holiday pop-up and the Tiffany Café in the heart of the Miami Design District.
Just a few feet away from the iconic Tiffany & Co. boutique in the MDD, the new pop-up is inspired by Tiffany’s holiday campaign featuring archival designs from the legendary artist Andy Warhol, who worked alongside the brand from 1956-1962. The pop-up is teeming with design elements of Warhol, like its bright neon accents, intentional paint spills, and acrylic framed art. In fact, Tiffany & Co. also launched a limited edition Andy Warhol collection for the holiday season, making for the perfect gift for the art and fashion lover.
Indeed fashion and art go hand-in-hand this week in Miami; thus, to celebrate the opening, Tiffany & Co. invited dear friends of the brand like Hailey Bieber, J Balvin, and Pharrell Williams to raise a glass during Art Week. The evening was vibrant as stars arrived at the two-story build-out, which took over OTL Café and its rooftop, completely Tiffany-fying it from the inside out. Tiffany & Co. commissioned artists Kai & Sunny to transform the two-level storefront using a colorful palette of fluid and dynamic lines that visualizes a large-scale artwork fitting for Art Basel. With this new installation, Tiffany & Co. continues its longstanding legacy of supporting the arts, which dates back to its founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany, an original trustee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as his son Louis Comfort Tiffany, a pioneering artist of the American Art Nouveau movement.
The façade also creates a striking backdrop for the limited-run holiday pop-up store that features a curated assortment of House’s most coveted gold and radiant diamond jewelry from collections like Tiffany T, HardWear, Elsa Peretti, Jean Schlumberger, and the jeweler’s newest icon: the Tiffany Lock.
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Other notable attendees throughout the evening — sparkling in Tiffany & Co. jewels, of course — included Dixie D’Amelio Lori Harvey, Izabel Goulart, Caro Daur, Camila Coelho, Isabela Grutman, Kelsey Merritt, and Athena Calderone.
The Tiffany & Co. holiday pop-up and café opens officially to the public today and will remain open through January 31st — and we’re deeming it a must-visit haute spot during this holiday season.