This will mark the first time the café has opened in Europe, and follows the iconic Blue Box Café at the brand’s flagship store in New York City, which opened a few years prior.
“We are excited to introduce the Tiffany Blue Box Café to Europe — and it seems only fitting to do so at Harrods, one of the world’s most iconic department stores,” Richard Moore, divisional vice president, global store design and creative visual merchandising of Tiffany & Co said in a press release. “We have a long-standing presence in London and by introducing the Tiffany Blue Box Café here, we offer our customers in this city yet another way to immerse themselves in the world of Tiffany.”
Those who attend the café will be able to enjoy breakfast, à la Audrey Hepburn style, afternoon tea and dinner, all while being situated inside what feels like Tiffany & Co’s famed blue box. The Blue Box Café will be furnished with amazonite stone and hand-painted motifs, while dishes will be served on signature Tiffany & Co. china, which are available to purchase in-store.
Tiffany Blue Box Café at Harrods
87-135 Brompton Rd, Knightsbridge
London, SW1X 7XL,
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The scene at last week’s @elledecor A-List luncheon with @tiffanyandco. Did you know that the Blue Box Café at 727 Fifth is the most booked restaurant in America? Not surprising given the gorgeous decor by @delphinereedkrakoff (A new A-List inductee!) There are only a handful of American creative geniuses who have successfully led one fashion behemoth, let alone two. Everything Reed and Delphine have touched at Tiffany is modern and lust worthy and covetable and fabulous. And the home collection, once de rigeur as a sign of domestic taste and style, is back with a seriously cool vengeance. From silver to-yos to the bamboo flatware of my dreams (here’s looking at you @alexsviewpoint) I want it all! #tiffanyandco