Delicate Raymond Launches Flagship Retail Collection at 73A Orchard Street
A jewelry designer, Michelle Zimmerman, owner of Delicate Raymond has released a flagship jewelry store at 73A Orchard Street between Grand and Broome. After the hit of her summer pop-up store up the street, her designs decorated the neck of New York A lists and Hollywood stars, Mischa Barton, Zoe Kravitz, Miley Cyrus, Marcia Cross, Carrie Underwood, Mischa Barton, and Mya. Now, she is launching a new showroom for the delicate Raymond Jewelry Bar that provides an exclusive experience for her growing follower base.
Michelle offers her A-list know-how to all clients with ‘Shape Your Shine’ necklaces bar. The store has a workshop where customers can work one-on-one with celeb designer Zimmerman to modify necklaces, bracelets, and earrings by style and length of the chain, and can select monogram, charms, and gems and engrave the parts with initials or even cut in them with phrases or names.
The ‘shine your way’ jewelry bar displays an inspiring variety of vintage designs priced at just 5 dollars for the fall. Other things to know about the luxuriously equipped new place include line accessories for little girls, aged below 10-years, and these ornaments are called as ‘Mini Delicate Raymond’. The idea behind the new store is that the jewelry value grows with the girls and they can have the same ornaments as their mothers. The new line is offered in fine boutiques nationwide, including Nina at Fred Segal, Ron Robinson at Fred Segal in Los Angeles, and one in Tokyo.
The price of the jewelry ranges from $40 to $300 and have been displayed on the pages of People Style Watch, In Style, W magazine, US Weekly, Lucky, and Woman’s Day. Michelle Zimmerman’s Delicate Raymond has been featured on some of the most recognizable fashion shows, award events, and red carpets, including New York Fashion Week, Golden Globes, and The Oscars respectively.
She is specialized in designing elegant and lightweight detailed jewelry; the celeb designer is known for creating successful combination of 14K gold and silver chains with pearls, semi precious crystals, and stones. Her grandfather was a great Gemologist and her childhood wish came true with the establishment of Delicate Raymond in 2005. She set a simple aim to surpass all the trends, producing affordable, timeless, yet sustainable jewelries. With her website, delicateraymond.com, Michelle Zimmerman is able to bring the new store experience online, allowing clients to develop statement pieces.