If there’s ever a place to really enjoy a Danish and a coffee, it’s outside the shining windows of Tiffany’s. Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly knew it in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the iconic film that arguably turned the centuries-old jewelry powerhouse into a household name. But that’s hardly the most impressive ... More
Fifth Avenue is welcoming a touch of Chanel. Debuting its first-ever fine jewelry department store boutique, Chanel has officially opened shop in Bergdorf Goodman's newly renovated jewelry salon.
The 134-square-foot shop, designed by architect Peter Marino, is modeled after Mademoiselle Chanel’s storied ... More