Jennifer Fisher Jewelry Featured in The New York Times

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Jennifer Fisher opens her first jewelry store south of NoMad and gets written up in The New York Times

Jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher announced earlier this year that she would be opening her first-ever store on Fifth Avenue, just south of the NoMad District. The second-floor store was recently the subject of a brief article in The New York Times Fashion & Style section.

The article discusses how the brand was started in 2005 after Jennifer Fisher designed a dog tag with her son’s name on it. Since then the brand has become one of the most coveted makers of fine earrings, necklaces and bracelets, receiving acclaim from celebrities and the likes of Elle Magazine.

The Times article describes the shop as “a polished industrial setting,” with bare lightbulbs, exposed brick and handsome showcases featuring the designer’s unique take on charms, chokers and cuffs. Prices range from modest $150 rings to stylish $7,000 gold tusk bracelets.

Head over to the store at 103 Fifth Avenue, near 18th Street, to check it out!