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The Tiffany store is elegant, with its staircase set around a central vacuum filled with translucent rods. Everywhere is the glint of steel, a soft touch of flat-painted magnolias and a chandelier with a flip of movement to suggest the fringe of a flapper dress.
— Suzy Menkes on TCo Champs-Elysées Store, Vogue Italia, 2014
Gallery wall study for Tiffany & Co. Champs Elysees, Paris, 2013

Gallery wall study for Tiffany & Co. Champs Elysees, Paris, 2013

“A Perfect Setting”, Architectural Digest 2013

“A Perfect Setting”, Architectural Digest 2013


From 2009 to 2015, Culture A’s founder, Anne T. Rogers, managed a team of specialists to design, curate, and commission branded artwork for over 300 global Tiffany & Co. store and office locations. ·She spearheaded strategic partnerships with artists and designers, building an extensive, global network of top talent through active networking and engagement.

Anne was the spokesperson for the company’s first decorative department to translate brand vision into artwork and design, developing a comprehensive approach to evolve Tiffany visual storytelling in the physical environment. She regularly collaborated with cross-disciplinary departments such as marketing, PR and communications, visual merchandising, product design, and retail design to produce projects throughout the world. Her notable work includes the branded art programs for Tiffany & Co.’s stores at Champs-Elysées, SoHo New York, Prague, Beijing Peninsula, and Hong Kong Landmark, among others. Anne adapted design strategy for European, Asian, and APAC markets, traveling extensively to learn the cultural needs and nuances of each location. She also managed Design Lab, a monthly innovation workshop for the store design department that fostered collaboration between colleagues with team building and design exercises.


From 2015 to 2017, Anne served as a lead art consultant with the Savannah College of Art and Design for the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. She curated and commissioned works with over 20 artists, collaborating with several cross-disciplinary artists such as Random International, Humans Since 1982, Miya Ando, Kysa Johnson, Shelter Serra, Jake Messing, Steven and William Ladd, and Hugo Dalton to produce site-specific works in response to the brand and community. These artworks are featured throughout the stadium areas, including the concourse walls, VIP lounges, owner’s club, and exterior plaza. She also sourced and directed the stadium’s two iconic exterior installations: the signature falcon sculpture by Gábor Miklós Szőke and Telstar by Studio Roso.


While working in the interior design department at Peter Marino Architect, Anne built an in-house database of emerging and established artists and designers for an array of retail projects. She assisted in the experimentation and design of several bespoke materials with the Head of Materials, including custom interior finishes, textile designs, curtain designs, and accessories. Each material, object, and artwork was sourced and developed to reflect each brand’s vision and heritage. Feature projects included Louis Vuitton Bond Street, Dior Champs-Elysées, Dior Moscow, MGM Sky Villas, and various roll-out design for Fendi and Loewe stores.