By Zahra Al-Kateb
The ribbon was cut by the Design District’s mastermind Craig Robins who said: “We really knew that we made it when Harry Winston agreed to come.”
Taking inspiration from the 5th Avenue store, the two-story, 7,168 square foot retail space features an elegant and understated interior which boasts a soft color palette and bronze edge cases, allowing the diamonds to do all the talking.
With a history dating back to 1932, Harry Winston has been synonymous with stunning diamonds and luxury jewelry. Once endorsed by Marilyn Monroe, today the House of Harry Winston continues its tradition of creativity, rarity and quality and boasts retail stores in New York, London, Paris, Geneva, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai.