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Tiffany Launches Men’s Pop-Up Store

Dec 8, 2019 6:17 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Tiffany & Co. has opened a one-month holiday pop-up shop in New York featuring its men’s collection.

The store, which will be open from December 6 to January 6, will carry items from the jeweler’s Tiffany Men’s collection, including accessories, barware, home objects and games, the company said last week. The retailer will also offer custom Tiffany basketballs created by Spalding.

“This holiday season, we wanted to offer our New York customers a truly unique shopping experience,” said Tiffany chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff.

Tiffany will also showcase six of the world’s most recognized sports trophies at the pop-up, the first time they have all been featured in one location, it noted. Those include the NFL Vince Lombardi Trophy, NBA Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, and Major League Baseball Commissioner’s Trophy.

Tiffany is offering its own take on an Indian Scout motorcycle and a Blatt Billiards table, both in distinctive Tiffany blue, and in collaboration with the owners of those brands. Those items can be purchased from the jeweler’s Very, Very Tiffany Holiday gift catalog, with the motorcycle selling for $35,000, while the pool table costs $95,000, according to the jeweler’s website.

Once the pop-up has closed, the location will serve as Tiffany’s two-year home while its Fifth Avenue Flagship undergoes renovations, the company added.

Image: The Tiffany men’s pop-up. (Tiffany & Co.)
Tags: Rapaport News, Reed Krakoff, Tiffany, Tiffany & CO., Tiffany Blue Blatt Billiards, Tiffany Men’s collection, Very, Very Tiffany Holiday
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