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4, 5, 6, 7, S at Grand Central-42nd St.
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In the heart of Midtown, the awning of the only U.S. outpost of this popular Japanese jewelry company (there are over 200 locations in its home country) disappears into a street already crowded with storefronts. But inside, the shop’s economical prices—attributed to its policy of sourcing everything from Japan—sets it apart. There are five transparent cabinets and two glass counters chock-full of men’s and women’s jewelry, including necklaces, bracelets, and rings made of titanium, steel, silver, gold, or metal blends and studded with cubic zirconia, quartz, cut glass, or small diamonds. Most designs are distinctly unisex, often defined by rectangular silhouettes, geometric etching, and off-center embellishments. And the shop keeps the inventory fresh by updating it monthly.Weddings
Couples are bowled over by owner Kimberly Perrone’s modern yet elegant combinations of traditional and exotic flowers. Bloom’s arrangements are in demand all around town (the W Hotel is a regular client). Bridal bouquets start at $200; centerpieces start at $275.
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