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In 1887, 17-year-old Italian immigrant Salvatore Capezio moved to New York to sell theatrical shoes, opening his first shop near the old Metropolitan Opera House. Of course, he quickly found himself dealing with the intense demands of the professional dancers that frequented the store, and Capezio began challenging himself to master the delicate balance and construction of pointe shoes. By the 1930s, his designs carried dancers across the stages of Broadway, and innovations bearing his name continue to appear today in such television and film productions as Dancing with the Stars and Black Swan. Committed to the needs of performers in dance, theater, and recreation, the Capezio team continues to fulfill young Sal's legacy by crafting footwear for ballet, tap, and ballroom dancing, and gymnastics.
1651 State Route 23
Wayne,
NJ
US
Hidden Closet helps shoppers redesign their wardrobe with a wide variety of new and consignment clothing and accessories. Visitors to the newly renovated boutique update their casual wear with jeans from Rock Revival and True Religion or summery blouses from Free People. Guests prepare for special occasions with dresses from Burberry and Bob Mackie and accentuate their ensembles by toting handbags from Chanel and Michael Kors, donning Tiffany jewelry, and carrying around one of the shop's hookah pipes.
15 N Spruce St
Ramsey,
NJ
US
DoubleTake stocks a consigned collection of top-notch knits and accessories carefully selected from designers such as Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and more. Save your neck from nudity with a floating heart necklace from Tiffany's ($58), or give your legs some stylish new sleeves by slipping on a pair of Giorgio Armani gray pants ($75). Catherine Malandrino's short-armed cashmere sweater keeps your torso wrapped in fashion ($58), while a small metallic handbag from Donald J Pliner ($70) serves as a safe haven for all your purse-worthy personals, ably repelling the snitchy grabs of passersby who want your Altoids.
189 E Ridgewood Ave
Ridgewood,
NJ
US
Nicla DiCosmo has an eye for recreating the boho-chic lifestyle and vintage looks from the ‘60s and ‘70s, and her partner, Michel Bezoza, thrives on inspiration from tattoo culture and the rock ‘n’ roll scene. Together, the two founders of Gypsy Warrior curate a boutique collection with New York edge that stays abreast of the latest styles and includes brand-new pieces and vintage treasures. Nicla draws on her experience at Ford Models as she scouts vintage dresses and blouses, and Michel spots new trends before they go viral. The result is a dynamic blend of chiffon and floral frocks, leather jackets, and accessories gussied up with metal studs, fringe, and feathers.
43 Hudson Street
Ridgewood,
NJ
US
Giavan, Inc. was started as a small husband-and-wife operation back in 1973 by Bill and Harriet Albanese. Designing and assembling the jewelry themselves, the two distributed the pieces to independent retailers across New Jersey. Soon, business was booming, and today Giavan distributes its sparkly jewelry and accessories to bridal stores and boutiques across the United States and Canada. Collections center on bridal tiaras, evening bags, and beautiful hand-beaded necklaces.
11 Paterson Ave
Midland Park,
NJ
US
For many people, wedding rings signify a bond that begins a family, but for the staff at Special Designs Jewelers, designing and selling jewelry is a family bond in itself. As second-generation jewelers, the staff members have spent their life learning the industry. At the family-run shop, they help clients discover the ideal rings, pendants, earrings, and bracelets that speak to individual tastes.
16 Indian Rock
Suffern,
NY
US
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