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Unveiling Summer’s Standout Jewelry Boutiques on Each Coast July 27, 2023 (0 comments)


New York, NY--Two jewelry boutiques opened this summer—one on each coast, have captured the attention of jewelry lovers. One marks the second venture of an already established business, while the other is the first-ever shop for a single brand.

[Image of The Seven Sag Harbor via Forbes]

According to a Forbes report, The Seven Sag Harbor, the second shop for Camille Zarsky, graces the quaint shopping area of Sag Harbor. The charming exterior, reminiscent of a Victorian-era film set, is as inviting as the rose-pink vintage interior. The comfortable and chic setting compels customers to spend hours trying on exquisite jewelry pieces.

The report noted that the Sag Harbor location boasts a range of similar jewelers as the West Village store but with a sprinkle of new faces. Marie Lichtenberg, State Property, Ileana Makri, Lauren Rubinski, Gwen Barba, Emily P. Wheeler, Jenna Blake, and Mason & Books are among the featured designers. The diverse assortment satisfies various tastes, leaving customers with an enduring wish list. When comparing the Sag Harbor and Manhattan stores, Zarsky notices a more spontaneous high-end purchasing behavior in the former.

Per the report, on the West Coast, fine jewelry designer Lizzie Mandler debuted her first retail location—a 1600 sq. ft. space in Los Angeles. With years of traditional metalsmithing, Mandler presents a modern collection with an architectural flair.

The report adds that the Los Angeles store, a collaborative design effort with Lauren Feiner, displays a mix of inspirations. Classic European jewelry stores inspired the wall-to-wall carpeting. An off-black carpet chosen for spotting lost diamonds and a wall of mirrors echo Elsa Peretti's studios. Yet, signature details, such as the fluting detail and brass accents, assure visitors they're in a Lizzie Mandler shop.

Learn more in the entire Forbes report.

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