From exquisite tableware and luxurious linens to statement lighting and decorative accents, these pieces are crafted with meticulous attention to detail and often showcase innovative designs and premium materials. Designer homewares not only enhance the ambiance of living spaces but also reflect the personality and style preferences of homeowners. 





Tiffany & Co. 
Lauren Santo Domingo, Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Moda Operandi, as the Artistic Director of the Tiffany Home collection. With a legacy deeply rooted in creative collaborations, Tiffany continues this tradition by welcoming Ms. Santo Domingo into its fold.
This partnership with the fashion luminary coincides with the reopening of Tiffany & Co.'s flagship store this spring. The iconic 57th Street and Fifth Avenue location is set to welcome customers once again, marking the debut of Santo Domingo's inaugural Home presentation.
Under the guidance of the new Artistic Director, the first collection release will showcase new tabletop collections, including Tiffany Berries, Tiffany T True, Tiffany Wisteria, Tiffany Toile, Tiffany Audubon, and Valse Bleue. With Ms. Santo Domingo's discerning eye, the Tiffany Home collection will continue to blend form and function in an artistic and contemporary manner.


In homage to the enduring bond between Dior and Egypt since 1947, the Lotus collection, envisioned by Cordelia de Castellane, is adorned with enchanting lotus flowers. Revered in ancient Egyptian culture, these aquatic blooms, cast in delicate hues of blue and green, grace earthenware crockery, a lacquered tray, luxurious table linens, hand-painted glassware, an indoor carafe, and exquisite Salento candleholders. Each piece is a testament to refinement and the pursuit of excellence.
Throughout the seasons, Dior haute couture has embarked on captivating journeys, with silhouettes bearing evocative names such as Suez, Cleopatra, or Ramses, further solidifying the brand's deep-rooted connection with Egypt.

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