Sydney Airport welcomes Tiffany & Co.

tiffanyLuxury jeweller, Tiffany & Co., has been confirmed as one of the first retailers to open in the new T1 international luxury precinct at Sydney Airport.

Tiffany & Co. will occupy the largest store footprint in the 1,900sqm luxury precinct. The store will feature the company’s signature diamond engagement rings in conjunction with gemstones, fine and sterling silver jewellery, the creations of Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso and Jean Schlumberger plus watches, gifts, and leather accessories.

“By welcoming Tiffany & Co. to T1 we’re creating an enviable luxury retail shopping experience for our international passengers, with some of the most recognised brands in the world, and T1 will be the only airport destination in Australia where passengers can shop for these brands,” Sydney Airport GM, Retail Glyn Williams said.

Opening in the first half of 2016, Tiffany & Co. will join a collection of 13 luxury designer brands at the airport.

“The new luxury precinct within T1 Departures will soon showcase a vast selection of premier designers, providing more choice for passengers with a range of brands and new and on-trend luxury products across fashion, technology and lifestyle,” said Williams.

“We are delighted to announce the launch of Tiffany & Co. and bring over 175 years of design excellence to Sydney Airport’s T1,” said Tiffany & Co. VP and MD Oceania, Glen Schlehuber. “The T1 International terminal provides the perfect environment for our customers to experience a premier shopping experience before they fly.”

T1’s luxury precinct will be complemented by a new premium food and dining precinct and enhanced duty free offering with partner Heinemann.

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