155 Spring St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. West Broadway
By tracyvonbecker on 2/5/2011
I was blown away the moment I stepped into Atelier Minyon. My eyes didn't know where to look next, I was in heaven! I have a love for pieces that are unique and tell a story of their own.The pascha rings were simply divine and the craftmanship, out of this world. Surrounded by these treasures is the artwork of Ocean Clark. Equally stunning to the jewelry are paintings of Rock & Roll legends, such as Jim Morrison and Movie Stars such as Marilyn Monroe. What really caught my eye was that Ocean cleverly painted and placed pieces of Atelier Minyon's jewelry into these portaits. A magical combination. If you are in Soho and have a passion for fashion and art, this is a MUST see spot. Treat yourself, You will not be disappointed!
By JoannaLatham on 11/12/2010
Finding Atelier Minyon was a highlight of my trip to NYC. I stumbled upon it by chance or perhaps it was fate. I was immediately obsessed and continue to follow the new collections. Truly one-of-a kind jewelry pieces that capture a rocker edge with a romantic sensibility. The store itself is worth seeing...cozy, artistic, friendly and fun...Check it out!!
By jamier on 10/16/2010
I am so glad I discovered this place. The beauty of Atelier Minyon is that each piece tells a different story, fitting to a different mood but all with their distinctive style, and exquisite craftsmanship. No problem if today is not your rock star day, or if you aren't feeling wild, strong, or bold. There definitely is a a piece to fit your madly in love fragile, timid self. You will feel sexy, you will feel innocent, you will feel empowered, you will feel powerless.I go there as often as my mood changes and each time I treat myself to yet another beautiful piece.Next plan is indulging my inner child with some custom pieces..."I'll teach you to ride on the wind's back, and away we go!"
By BoulderBeauty on 4/28/2010
A rainy windy day and a handsome craftsman working in the shop's window caused me to enter the shop for a reprieve from the weather and to satisfy my curiosity of what the craftsman was designing. WOW! What an experience! It's as close to Turkey as I've ever been guided by the Pascha's son. Inside the exotic store is a treasure of beautifully created jewellry. The owner personally tutored me in the meaning of the designs and the origin of the store in Ankhara. I had been searching for a piece of the "skull" jewelry and walked into the perfect store. So, as an anniversary present to myself on this trip, I purchased one of the beautiful rings. I have not taken it off since it arrived in the mail. It is a conversation piece and will probably become an heirloom. Check it out if only for the history lesson, but I'm sure you'll want to buy a piece for yourself!