Between taking part in covert proposal operations, and scouring estate sales and old warehouses for vintage gems, Erica Weiner found time to open a charming jewelry boutique in the heart of Nolita. Most enticing is the range of jewels you will discover in Erica Weiner’s store. From antique . . . more
Creating jewelry from found objects is Laura Lobdell’s special art. As if by magic, this artist-silversmith transforms common found objects into unique jewelry with curious, quirky narratives. We had the opportunity to meet with Lobdell at her cozy shop off Seventh Avenue in Greenwich Village. In . . . more
Graham's design sense is casual and comfortable, yet sophisticated with his distinct use of layering luxury fabrics encouraging the individuality of the wearer to create their own look. A strong contrast is created when layering rich thick knits with soft sheer silks. Opposite fabric textures, . . . more
Thousands of sparkling vintage gems, costume jewelry and Lucite vintage purses luster from floor to ceiling in the glass display cases inside Deco Jewels. Sourced from antique shows and flea markets, the brooches, bracelets, necklaces and cuff links all date from the 1920’s through the 1960’s, . . . more
At Puro Chile, everything comes from Chile. Celebrating Chile's cultural past and present through Chilean food, wine and art. On display in this museum-style boutique, are many attractive objects depicting one country's love, for beauty throughout history.
Burgeoning high-end accessories designer, Wendy Nichol, has recently added a luxury a clothing line to her repertoire. Beyond her beautiful, lush leather and lambskin handbags that decorate her SoHo boutique, she now has locally made chic and tailored pieces perfect for the modern, downtown woman. . . . more
Jen McGlashan is the innovative mastermind behind McFlashpants, ethical jewelry and home decor made from re-purposed, everyday items. The unique name of her business came in the form of a telemarketer's call during the dinner hour and will forever be remembered by the McGlashan family. Convinced . . . more
“What does Madame Matovu mean?” one might inquire. In Hebrew, it translates to “what is the good for the lady”; in French, the translation is “a woman who has seen everything.” The meanings are oddly fitting for the small shop located in Greenwich Village, a veritable paradise brimming . . . more
Chic and trendy jewelry hand made in Marseile, France. Many pieces are still made by owner and designer, Andre Gas himself. Dainty playful designs incorporate delicate silk tassels, special beads, stones and plated metals. Each piece whispers a touch of elegance. Perfect for a resort getaway by the . . . more
Reinstein & Ross' designs are created to be cherished forever. Hand fabricating timeless contemporary jewelry in New York City since 1984, the founders, Susan Reinstein and Brian Ross, collaborate their talents to create jewelry fit for royalty inspired by the Byzantine Empire and the Mysterious . . . more
Alex Story is a skillful sculptor turned jeweler whose unique jewelry line was inspired by the idea of wearing art. Story states, "I wanted to give people the option to make use of sculpture. Instead of just appreciating with your eye, why not wear it?"
Having studied different forms of visual . . . more
Heather Fagan showcases the grandeur of nature with her unique line of handmade art & jewelry, Bettula. Having been inspired by a piece of birch wood that she found on her family’s property, Heather began what she calls a “curiosity project,” which would bloom into a full line of embellished . . . more