3 New Experiences To See In NYC

Lauren Gruber | July 29, 2020 | Style & Beauty

As the city comes back to life this season, take advantage of these new things to do and shop.

GrandSeikoSOHO.jpgGrand Seiko’s Spring watch is inspired by lush Japanese cherry blossoms.


Watches of Switzerland and Grand Seiko team up to present The Nature of Time Experience, an interactive gallery that showcases the brands’ meticulously designed timepieces. Inspired by the oscillating seasons of Japan, Grand Seiko’s The Nature of Time collection pays homage to the passage of time through craftsmanship. The Spring watch’s dial echoes the cherry blossoms of the sakura season with its gentle pink color; the verdant dial for the Summer watch reflects vitality; the Autumn model embodies a moonlit fall night with vivid blue; and the purity of winter snow is represented with a dial of silvery white for the Winter timepiece. The immersive exhibition features the world’s largest collection of Grand Seiko watches and provides insight on the brand’s masterful artistry. 119 Spring St., grandseikonatureoftime.com

VerduraPeridotdiamondcocktailring.jpgPeridot and diamond cocktail ring, $165 per day, by Verdura at Beekman New York

CartierDiamondEmeraldOnyxandYellowGoldBeadPanthereEarrings.jpgDiamond, emerald, onyx and yellow gold bead Panthère earrings, $275 per day, by Cartier at Beekman New York


All that glitters is available at Beekman New York (beekmannyc.com), a fine jewelry-sharing service that makes one-of-a-kind baubles more accessible. Dazzling pieces are available from the world’s most iconic jewelers: a citrine, tourmaline and amethyst cabochon bracelet from Bvlgari ($325 per day); Cartier’s emerald and diamond-studded gold Panthère earrings ($275 per day); and a lapis lazuli and turquoise pendant by Van Cleef & Arpels ($250 per day), among others. With its vast library of more than 1,000 pieces, Beekman New York is a sustainable solution to finding the perfect accessory for your next event.

PeachyProductsinStudio.jpegPeachy’s invisible facial sunscreen, $30, mineral sunscreen spray, $30, and tinted facial sunscreen, $40


Skincare savant company Peachy brings the first wrinkle-prevention studio to the streets of Soho. Peachy’s co-founder, Harvard Medical School-educated Carolyn Treasure, utilizes a trio of services to maintain skin’s healthy glow: preventative Botox treatments ($375), prescription retinoids ($80) that increase collagen production and reduce the appearance of fine lines, and mineral-based sunscreens ($30 to $40) to decrease photoaging in a variety of formulas. Complimentary, personalized consultations are available at the Hudson Street location. 281 Hudson St., peachystudio.com

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