Category Archives: Interesting jewelry stores in Manhattan

Susan Alexandra 33 Orchard Street New York, NY 10002

Don’t miss the beautiful and unusual jewelry and handbags at Susan Alexandra.

The entrance to Susan Alexandra at 33 Orchard Street

The beautiful jewelry and interesting handbags at Susan Alexandra

Little Shop on Main Street

Susan Alexandra

33 Orchard Street

New York, NY 10002

(646) 678-4468

Open: Sunday 12:00pm-6:00pm/Monday-Saturday 12:00pm-7:00pm

My review on TripAdvisor:

History of Susan Alexandra:

(From the store website and an article by author Shira Telushkin, whom I credit this to):

The Window Display

Susan Korn, the designer and owner of the brand, moved to New York City in 2008 and worked at various retail establishments in her early career. In 2011, she started to create her own line of products.

The inside of the store is like an art gallery

In 2017, she started to work with manufacturer Lisa Deng, and this led to the creation of a partnership which produced her first big product, the ‘Watermelon’ handbag.

Susan Alexandra’s ‘Watermelon’ Bag is on the top right hand display

The other display of handmade handbags

These beautiful crystal keychains are made by hand and are $60.00 each

Though the…

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Alexis Bittar Store 125 Greenwich Avenue New York, NY 10014

Don’t miss the beauty and elegance of the Alexis Bittar stores.

The inside of the Alexis Bittar store in Greenwich Village

The elegant window displays at the store.

Little Shop on Main Street

Alexis Bittar Store

125 Greenwich Avenue

New York, NY 10014

(917) 365-5718

Open: Sunday 12:00pm-6:00pm/Monday-Saturday 11:00am-7:00pm

My review on TripAdvisor:

There are just some stores that stand out when you walk by them. Whether it is the merchandise in the window, the store displays or just window display itself that draws you inside. This is how the Alexis Bittar store is 125 Greenwich Street in Greenwich Village. It is just so impressive from the elegant displays in the window, the beautiful merchandise in the displays and when you walk in the very personal service and attention you receive. You do not see this much anymore.

Alexis Bittar at 125 Greenwich Avenue

What drew me in initially was the beautiful window displays which are surprisingly hiding under the scaffolding of the building which is being renovated.

The windows at Alexis Bittar showcase all the beautiful merchandise

The elegant styles of…

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