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New York based jewelry line Sequin has been around since the year 2000, but it's hasn't had its own Manhattan storefront until now. For the next three months, you'll be able to shop the brand's chunky necklaces and sparkly cocktail rings at 19 Little West 12th Street in the Meatpacking District. (For those who are keeping track, yes, this is the third Meatpacking pop-up shop we've mentioned this week.)
Sequin designers Kim and Linda Renk, who are sisters, like their pieces to carry a sense of history. Past themes have included Imperial Russia, the Byzantine era, and the wreck of the Titantic. Don't picture the Heart of the Ocean, though—their work has a solid heft to it, plus enough of an edge to please Rihanna, who's been photographed in their cuffs. Necklaces run from $138 to $298, while bracelets go for $60 to $148.
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