Luxury news: Tiffany and co’s new restaurant, rare Patek Philippe sale

Arushi Sakhuja  
Be it a new fashion collaboration, the opening of a fine-dining restaurant or the most expensive timepiece sold at an auction. Luxebook has put together a list of all the news that made it to the headlines in the luxury world this week.  
Tiffany & Co’s new concept restaurant – Petrossian   


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Petrossian at Tiffany, a five-star caviar and champagne-inspired dining experience is located in South Coast Plaza location in California. Featuring an entire menu exclusive to the House, clients can enjoy the finest selections of Daurenki, Ossetra and Kaluga caviar as well as champagne and signature cocktail making this a truly luxurious culinary experience.  
Jeremy Scott launches upcycled couture with Hyundai  


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One of the top news headlines in the luxury world this week was Jeremy Scott announcing the end of his tenure at Moschino, but Scott has partnered with Korean car manufacturer Hyundai for the latest in the latter’s ongoing Re:Style upcycling program.⁠ For Hyundai Re:Style 2023, Jeremy Scott has saved discarded Hyundai Motor Car parts from the junk pile, instead transforming them into wearable couture ⁠ The results range from strappy dresses made of seatbelts and high-shouldered gowns stitched together from quilted Bio TPO Skin to daring ensembles fashioned of rearview mirrors. ⁠“When Hyundai approached me, I felt both honoured and challenged,” Scott said. “I love the idea of crafting something with materials that I’ve never used before. Leftover taillight and seatbelts were definitely a first, but it shows that with creativity you can breathe new life into anything.”⁠
Rare Patek Philippe sold for $5.8million  
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rare Patek Philippe watch has sold for $5.8 million in Hong Kong, the highest price ever paid for a timepiece in an online auction by Christie’s. Originally sold in Geneva in 2015, the “Sky Moon Tourbillon” has a blue hand-made enamel dial and white gold hand-carved case. It’s considered among the most complex timepieces in the world, with 12 so-called “complications,” including a perpetual calendar with a retrograde date display and a chiming minute repeater. This, sure enough, has made it to the news headlines in the luxury world this week
New fine dining restaurant INJA opens in New Delhi  
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Making its home at iconic The Manor with an intriguing menu, on 17 March, INJA opened door to give diners the opportunity to embark on a culinary journey bridging flavours of India & Japan. This is Atelier House Hospitality’s (AHH) debut in India and the menu is a congruent combination of bold flavours, spices, and vivid colours of Indian cuisine with the subtlety, raw essence, and precise techniques of Japanese cuisine, putting the IN from India and JA from Japan in harmonious collaboration. INJA was born through an idea that struck Chef Adwait Anantwar while living in Dubai. Long mesmerized and captivated by Japanese cuisine in his culinary development, he was struck by the numerous Japanese restaurants in Dubai and other cities and wanted to explore bringing together the flavours and techniques of his home country with the nuances of Japanese cuisine.  
TimeVallée launches its first-ever digital boutique in India in partnership with Tata CLiQ Luxury 
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Another update that made it to the headlines in the luxury world this week is the digital launch of TimeVallée in India – a luxury watch multi-brand boutique. Marking TimeVallée’s entry into India, with this launch, luxury enthusiasts and watch connoisseurs in the country can now browse and shop from prestigious Swiss luxury watchmakers recognized for their heritage, such as Cartier, IWC Schaffhausen, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Panerai, Piaget, and Roger Dubuis, on the platform. 
Breitling launches two new collections Premier and Top Time 
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Breitling has introduced six new Premier models, updated with a heritage-inspired design and equipped with the Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01. Their launch coincides with a new book chronicling the genesis of Breitling’s most collectable chronograph. While the Top Time collection represented a break from traditional watch design. Breitling CEO Georges Kern shared “We are going after that sense of freedom and fun with the 1960s-inspired Top Time Classic Cars collection and are thrilled to once again partner with Ford to introduce the new Thunderbird model, along with updated versions of the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette, and Shelby Cobra chronographs.” 
Tivoli debuts in the Netherlands  
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Tivoli debuts in the Netherlands  
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Tivoli group from India launches in the Netherlands with the launch of the historic Tivoli Doelen Amsterdam Hotel. Centrally located in Amsterdam’s historic city centre, the heritage property has 81 guest rooms including seven suites, most of them overlooking the Amstel canal, and a new gastronomic concept in its elegant Omber restaurant and bar, inspired by the artworks of Rembrandt Van Rijn, who lived very close to the hotel. The XVI-century property is considered to be the oldest hotel in the Dutch capital and was the original home to Rembrandt’s famous painting The Night Watch for 70 years. 
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