Seasonal Whispers Opens Another Outpost at 4 Prince Street

Posted on: July 16th, 2013 at 6:00 am by
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Let’s revisit the ongoing saga at 4 Prince Street, the address that’s seen a higher-than-usual turnover in recent years. SUPRA and Anne Et Valentin anchor the retail, while the middle section had heretofore remained empty. This was previously home to Bellaritta, which closed earlier this spring after barely two years in business. And so it goes here at the high profile corner of Bowery.

Now another is trying its hand. Crosstown boutique Seasonal Whispers, a retail veteran of Murray Street for eleven years, is expanding again. We caught ladder bound workers installing chandeliers and other sundries inside 4 Prince late last week. By Sunday, the mannequins were in the windows and the store in soft open mode.

Seasonal Whispers was founded by mother-daughter team Esther Lixenberg and Yafit Goldfarb, and specializes in women’s jewelry – earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings.

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