260 S. 16th St., Rittenhouse
Tucked in an 1800s brownstone, this streamlined, thoughtful fine jewelry store is an unexpected oasis from the city. The space, outfitted with furniture from BDDW, is meant to evoke the look and feel of taking a walk in a garden. The pieces are minimal, inventive, and unique, with each one with a unique architectural bent. To top it off, the customer service team is extremely dedicated and thinks outside of the box.
Shop Sixty Five
128 S. 17th St., Rittenhouse
It’s really no surprise that this relatively new Rittenhouse boutique (undeniably one of the best places to shop in the city) is helmed by former fashion editor. There's Current/Elliott denim, Helmut Lang knits, Dannijo jewelry, and so much more are as wearable as they are on-trend, meaning, you can see exactly where your loot will fit within an existing wardrobe before you bring it home. With its elaborate fireplace, antique furnishings, and gleaming hardwood floors, the layout is more akin to a cool friend’s apartment than a retail space.
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