Material Good

Who doesn’t like to shop? Looking at jewelry pieces in real life, trying them on,… In case you’re in New York, be sure to stop by at Material Good. This New York City-based luxury goods boutique and showroom is designed to be a uniquely immersive and personalized shopping experience, with private rooms. They cultivate relationships and tailor services to each client. Who isn’t in for that right? For those looking for the perfect engagement ring or the jewelry piece of your dreams, Material Good has you covered. They offer bespoke one-on-one client services to create the perfect piece of jewelry.
Rob Ronen, a co-owner, describes the space as “unforced luxury.” “I want people to be able to come in, and, you know, enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of Champagne, not necessarily just to buy something. Just to hang out.”
Makes you want to head over there right away right!?

Designed of inspiration from the French and British fashion retail concept stores Colette and Dover Street Market, everything about the store has been considered. It’s upstairs to allow for the notion of open privacy; it’s downtown because the energy of Soho is different from Fifth or Madison Avenue. A place where you can feel like ‘home’ within this luxurious loft styled apartment. Whatever the reason is you’re stopping by, you’ll find the high-end pieces you’ve been looking for. Also, besides a beauuuutiful range of jewelry, they also have a fine selection of Hermes bags and watches.

The designers Material Good carries, besides their very own brand, are Anita Ko, Shay Jewelry, Moritz Glik, Spinelli Kilcollin, Suzanne Kalan and Jemma Wynne as you can see below.

Let’s now take a closer look now at Material Good‘s very own engagement rings…because, yeah, they’re mouthwatering!
From radiant cut diamonds to colored gemstones to the ring of your dreams which they can make happen just for you. Pricing starts at $10,000.

Some more beautiful pieces for your sore eyes:

Bracelets and bangles all by Material Good & Suzanne Kalan

All info and imagery thanks to Material Good + Francesca Simons Consulting