Valentines Day in New York: Shopping
Getting SeriousJewelry, lingerie and accessories are always great gifts. The following stores offer the best of each.
- Tiffany & Company
727 5th Ave. (near 57th St.), 755-8000
Don't be intimidated by the dazzling jewelry that surrounds you as you step into this bastion of brilliance. If just thinking of the price tags tucked discreetly out of sight makes you sweat, then head to the elevator and visit the upper floors that house the more affordable collections of silver jewelry. Your love's eyes will light up when s/he sees the little blue box with the white satin ribbon.
- Tourneau and Gorevic Collection at Tourneau
510 Madison Avenue and 53rd Street, 212.758.5830
Though you could probably find better prices if you shopped around enough, Tourneau has a large selection of watches from all major companies. They will trade in your old watch for a credit toward a new one. A watch is a wonderful gift because not only is it practical, it's also a daily reminder of your love.
- Victoria's Secret
- 34 E. 57th St. (between Park & Madison Ave.),
- 565 Broadway (between Prince and Spring),
- 1240 3rd Ave. (between 71st and 72nd St),
- 34 E. 57th St. (between Park & Madison Ave.), 758-5592
35 Spring Street, 431-3285
Sandra Dupal's beautiful new shop is filled with wonderfully unique jewelry and home furnishings. Her fabrics are lush and decadent and a small silk pillow would make a perfect Valentine's Day present. Other romantic gift ideas include candles, like the ones pictured above, featuring male and female nudes, and elegant jewelry.
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