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Where SoulCycle's PR Director Finds Gems on Fifth Avenue

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New York City has more stores than anyone could physically tackle, but somehow we always keep returning to the usual suspects. To break out of the rut, we've asked some local shopping and fashion gurus to provide their hidden retail gems—those unique stores around our fantastic city that we might not all know about. Cue the Beatles: We're about to get a little help from our friends.


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Gabby Etrog Cohen is the PR and marketing director at SoulCycle. Prior to joining SoulCycle, she worked in the world of hospitality, handling press for properties like The Jane, The Bowery, and Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

47th Street can be extremely intimidating and confusing. I spent many years combing the vendors to find a reliable and trustworthy source for jewelry, because what girl doesn't need a little sparkle now and then? Two years ago I found the lovely ladies at Anari Jewelry. Tucked away in the back of the Jewelers on Fifth building, the Anari girls are the antithesis of traditional 47th street vendors: patient, tranquil, and lastly, not at all pushy.
They have dozens of tiny micro-pave diamond stackable rings which I could purchase by the dozen, stunning statement necklaces, diamond bangles in every color of the rainbow, and every kind of earring imaginable. Prices start as low as $250 for rings. I happen to know from experience.
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Anari Jewelry

578 5th Avenue New York NY 10036