The sale, held at the designer's cozy little shop in the Flatiron District, got underway at 10am sharp. There were roughly 20 shoppers when the doors opened and all of them were quickly ushered into the building by an employee at opening time. Inside the second floor space, the brand's well-crafted collection of fashion and fine jewelry--architectural cuffs, sculpted necklaces, stackable rings, classic hoop earrings, letter pendants, and many more--were available at modest discounts.
Pieces from the label's costume line were displayed on tables and organized by category. Earrings were priced $35~$75 while rings were marked down to $15~$75. There was also a bargain bin of mini peak rings for $10. Cuffs were situated opposite the earrings/rings, and they were priced $45~$100.
The collection of fine jewelry was presented inside five vitrines, and everyone had to ask for assistance in order to try anything on. Needless to say, prices were steeper than the brand's fashion jewelry. I was able to find a wide range of designs/price points from micro-sized stud earrings for $45 to diamond-encrusted chokers for $9,600.
Finally, situated by the left side windows was a small selection of men's jewelry. There were rings and cuffs marked down to $35~$100.