Ten years after the opening of its flagship boutique on rue Saint-Honoré, Messika is pleased to unveil a prestigious new setting on rue de la Paix in Paris, a true testament to the House’s High Jewelry expertise.

Valérie Messika is moving closer to the legendary Place Vendôme, alongside many prestigious jewelers.

Impossible for her to put down roots in this historic place without adding a touch of modernity. Valérie Messika decided to rely on the expertise of Bureau Betak, which is highly recognized in the world of image and fashion. Together, they chose a unique positioning, very different from the traditional Houses in the surrounding area. Valérie Messika and Bureau Betak decided to create a boutique inspired by a vault.

The two-level display is completely surrounded by metal drawers that clients can open freely. A unique experience that allows them to discover and interact directly with the jewels. New and timeless items to be discovered in this unique space, such as the latest Messika collection, So Move, which will be available exclusively in this flagship boutique.

This address on rue de la Paix embodies the Maison’s High Jewelry knowledge and expertise. The place acts a new stage for Messika, which takes full advantage of the proximity to Place Vendôme to exhibit some of its most exceptional High Jewelry pieces. More than thirty pieces from the latest Beyond the Light collection will be displayed when the boutique opens.

Another emblematic element of this new space, the intriguing spiral staircase in the middle of the boutique. The House invites you to go downstairs to experience a timeless moment, which captures the art of living so dear to Valérie Messika – in addition to the private lounge available on the upper level.

“I wanted to imagine a welcoming boutique in which everyone could see our jewelry and recognise the vision that makes this all possible. Above all, I wanted us to be able to strengthen our close relationship with our clients by creating a space that would not be intimidating, a warmer and more intimate setting.”

Valérie Messika