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After 30 Years, Fragments Closes Up Shop

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This weekend is your last chance to shop at Fragments. The Soho jewelry boutique is shuttering on Monday, February 23rd after 30 years in business, WWD reports, and its wholesale showroom is expected to close sometime in May.

A Soho pioneer, Fragments was one of the first upscale shops to stake its claim on the neighborhood, and it acted as a launching pad for jewelry designers like Chan Luu and Alexis Bittar. The company's executive officer Janet Goldman, who founded Fragments with former partner Jimmy Moore in 1984, said of the closure, "SoHo has been my home and Fragments, my true passion. I am forever grateful to all those who helped lead our success."

Fragments

116 Prince St, New York, NY 10012