This week Jet Set Candy’s flagship store opened in Grand Central Terminal. Their first brick-and-mortar store is a destination with a ticket to bliss and joyful jewelry delights.
The travel-inspired line honored the day with champagne toasts surrounding a pink Statue of Liberty decked out in Jet Set Candy Jewelry. Bringing guests together at the Big Apple’s mecca for transportation was a perfect setting for the brand that is uniting the world with stunning curated pieces, including the new Passport Stamp Collection.
Launched in October 2014, a passion for globetrotting fueled the development of the first premium line of travel souvenir jewelry. The stylish and playful collection brings out nostalgia from places you have been and wander lust for places you want to go.
Each piece in the collectible, destination-specific range is thoughtfully designed and meticulously crafted and from quality sterling silver, 14k vermeil, or solid gold.
The store carries its “luggage tag” charms bearing airport codes for some 200 destinations; cuffs and rings with travel quotes, and chains in a range of styles and lengths. Among its intricate and popular moveable charms are a miniature Chrysler building with a drop-down hinge that reveals a tiny key to New York City, a Dubai magic lantern with three little chained diamonds inside to make wishes on; or a gold vermeil Matryoshka Doll that encases a miniature silver doll which in turn encases a tiny rose gold doll.
Each link of its signature Infinity Charm Bracelet has a hidden hinge that opens, so that charms can be slipped on and off or changed out.
Jet Set Candy captures the spirit of favorite destinations and far-flung places. Founder and Designer Nicole Parker King came up with the line after her own extensive travels to over six continents and more than 50 countries. Throughout her adventures she was always on the quest for the perfect souvenir.
Travel lovers and jewelry aficionados alike will adore the store. Be sure to check it out today in the Lexington Passage of the iconic Grand Central Terminal. For more information visit here.