New York City – WWD

Home to millions of trendsetters, creative and young entrepreneurs, New York City is a place where fashion and style come to life every single day. Tightly packed with unique personalities, there is a reason why New York has a special place both for those who live there and who visit.

And with many different neighborhoods to consider, each with their own charm, the city holds a unique energy that both inspires and is inspired by the entire globe – an energy that makes New York men and women set the trends.

According to New York retailers, when it comes to jewelry, the key to capturing a New Yorker’s attention is versatility. New Yorkers are always on the go – whether they travel locally or abroad or go from daytime meetings to evening cocktails – and when they shop for jewelry, they look for jewelry that is easy to wear but still special.

“As a New York City retailer, I have served both local and international customers,” said one store manager. “New Yorkers like what they like. So often in other areas of the country, women and men either want the same as their neighbors, or they’re looking to get a piece for the purpose of showing it off. At New Yorkers buy they wear jewelry to please themselves. ”

With a clear, like-minded view of style and an innovative approach to design, it’s not surprising that Roberto Coin’s versatile design has long been a hit with customers in New York. With his North American headquarters living in New York and a global state of mind for inspiration, Roberto Coin has always had a special connection to New Yorkers.

In fact, always innovative in design, Roberto Coins gold medallions, paper clip chain necklaces and zippered necklaces have been some of the most popular jewelry for New York Women in the last year.

“There are so many different women in New York, and the Roberto Coin brand has something for every woman,” said one retail manager. “Whether you’re taking care of a family, going to the office, or meeting friends for cocktails, you can carry a piece of Roberto Coin.”

Stylist, Cannon currently said that the style of the NYC jewelry buyer largely focuses on being “super chic, super modern and practical at the same time.” This particular consumer, he said, knows all the current trends, so she’s looking for a bespoke, sumptuous and sophisticated look.

“Think modern with a twist,” said Cannon of the NYC shopper. “They also tend to love a bold fashion look for their evening and weekend outfits.”

Looking ahead, Cannon said he sees the trends emerging in this region include maximalism, layering, androgynous attire, women wearing tailored suits and oversized blazers, as well as colorful monochromatic looks.

Roberto Coins NYC must-see:

King Cole Bar at the St Regis Hotel

Two E 55th St, between Madison and 5th Ave.

In a city full of cocktail bars, King Cole Bar continues to stand out from the rest with its combination of old New York and modern luxury. This iconic bar, claiming to have invented Bloody Mary in 1934, has hosted celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon and Joe DiMaggio.

Warwick Hotel
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Warwick Hotel

65 W 54th St, (6th Ave between 54th and 55th Sts)

Built by media mogul William Randolph Hearst in 1926, the Warwick Hotel offers its rich heritage along with all the comforts and personalities that are unparalleled. Located just a few blocks from Central Park and the shops on Fifth Avenue, guests can enjoy all that New York has to offer when staying here.

Bloomingdale’s

1000 Third Avenue 59th St and Lexington Ave.

This hundred-year-old iconic shopping experience fills almost an entire block on the upper east side and is a favorite for those who want to shop for both trendy and luxurious designers. It’s not unheard of to spend an entire day here exploring the store’s expansive offerings from fine jewelry to footwear.

Observation deck at 30 Rock

Rockefeller Plaza, 30, between 5th and 6th Ave and 49th and 50th Sts

Sitting 70 floors above the town at Rockefeller Center, the view at the top of the Rock Observation Deck is the best in town. We especially love to visit during the holidays to get a glimpse of the iconic annual Christmas tree and see Central Park covered in snow.

Ellens Stardust Diner

1650 Broadway, at 51st St

Home to the world-famous singing waiters and one of the best eateries in town, Ellen’s Stardust Diner is a 50s-level, multi-level restaurant that is a favorite with theater lovers. Diner is located on Broadway and is a perfect pre-show visit.

Henri Matisse.

Henri Matisse. Young Sailor II.
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MOMA

11 W 53rd St, between 5th and 6th Ave.

The first museum of modern art, The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), is packed with extraordinary exhibitions and collections of modern and contemporary art. Inside this beloved institution, visitors will find works by Salvador Dali, Frida Kalo and Henri Matisse along with ever-rotating collections of works by new artists.

Saks Fifth Avenue

611 5th Ave, between 49th and 50th Sts

While shopping from Roberto Coin’s collections, plan your lunch at L’Avenue – one of the most trendy restaurants in NYC, offering its dinners haute French cuisine in a tastefully designed atmosphere.

Benoit (Alain Ducasse restaurant)

60 W 55th St, between 5th and 6th Ave.

Alain Ducasse’s restaurant Benoit is modeled after its original location in Paris and is a modern French bistro located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Perfect for dinner, Benoit is the New Yorker’s escape to Paris, albeit for one night only.

Russian testue

Russian testue.
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Russian testue

150 W 57th St, between 6th and 7th Ave.

The Russian Tea Room, which has been world-renowned and loved by New Yorkers and visitors for over 90 years, is a New York institution that has been called “magical and enchanting.” Known for its spectacular menu and sumptuous atmosphere, every visit is an unforgettable experience.

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