Time Out says
Posted: Fri Jun 17 2011
After catching the attention of celebs like Katy Perry and retailers like Henri Bendel, jewelry designer Miriam Salat is bringing her eclectic charm to her first stand-alone boutique, in the Shops at Columbus Circle. The bohemian-inspired space holds the entire collection of Miriam Salat jewelry within its glass walls. Vintage picture frames complement displays that show off colorful, chunky pieces crafted with her signature use of resin. Selections such as silver dangling semi-hoop earrings ($295), quilted-style cuffs ($355) and studded bubble rings ($175) can seamlessly shift from casual to formal and come in various hues, making them ideal for layering. If you’re looking to splurge, the boutique also has an exclusive in-store-only line featuring more-delicate bracelets and earrings made with pavé diamonds and semiprecious stones ($375–$1,000).
Miriam Salat 10 Columbus Circle