David Yurman Just Opened a Palm Beach Outpost
It’s located on famed shopping street Worth Avenue.
One of the nation’s ritziest zip codes, David Yurman opened doors earlier this month to its first Palm Beach, Florida store on famed Worth Avenue, a premier shopping destination.
It’s the company’s eighth boutique in Florida, a market where David Yurman’s quality, craftsmanship, and style is in demand, they said.
Senior Vice President of Global Retail and Client Experience Denis Velkovich said, “We’re thrilled to give our local clients a new, elevated environment in which to experience our brand, and a beautifully curated assortment that’s tailored specially for the Palm Beach customer.”
The storefront occupies 1,700 square feet designed in line with President and Chief Creative Officer Evan Yurman’s elegant and modern vision.
Store features include a fluted limestone façade and dark Cardoso and pale Bardiglio marble floors.
A special consultation area is decorated with midcentury modern furnishings, a nod to the Yurman family’s personal collection.
David Yurman Palm Beach is located at 249 Worth Avenue.
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