Netflix’s “Worn Stories” Features Las Vegas Family-Owned Shop

Tiffany Couture Cleaner, a legendary local dry-cleaner-to-the-stars, gets major airtime

By OTS Staff

A Las Vegas family-owned dry cleaner business, Tiffany Couture Cleaners, featured in an episode of “Worn Stories. This Netflix series is based on Emily Spivack’s “New York Times” best-selling book which explores the connections people experience between clothing and memories.

The show includes interviews with inspiring cultural figures and the dry cleaners charismatic delivery driver, Joann Matarazzo, known as “JoJo.” “Worn Stories” hopes to inspire people to think in new ways about their clothes and their relation to shared human experiences.

The Deets

• In 2020, Tiffany Couture Cleaners celebrated 50 years of business.

• Tiffany Couture Cleaners is featured in an episode titled, “Chance,” which is the sixth episode of an eight part series.

• Additionally, this episode also has animated sequences and appearances from past and present Las Vegas Strip entertainers.

• Learn more about “Worn Stories” and find the episode here.

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