Nestled between Escada and Jimmy Choo in Scottsdale Fashion Square’s luxury wing (fashionsquare.com), Bulgari (bulgari.com) brings its sizzling serpent-inspired jewelry, handbags and more to Arizona’s well-heeled fashion hounds. Founded in Rome in 1884 by Greek silversmith Sotirio Bulgari, the Italian fashion house’s pieces continue to reflect their rich heritage through high-quality craftsmanship and top-of-the-line hardware, gems and leathers. Don’t miss the new Serpenti Tubogas necklace in 18K rose gold, set with pavé diamonds on the head and tail.
Chanel Extrait de Camélia hoop earrings, Hyde Park Jewelers, Scottsdale Fashion Square
Opening in late November, Hyde Park Jewelers (hydeparkjewelers.com) is moving from its Biltmore Fashion Park location to an expansive new space in Scottsdale Fashion Square’s luxury wing. The first-floor fine jewelry and watch boutique will call Stuart Weitzman and Versace neighbors, while offering shoppers dazzling pieces from the likes of Chanel Fine Jewelry, Rolex and more. Store exclusives will be unveiled upon its late fall debut, but in the meantime, jewelry lovers can get inspired via the brand’s new Engage app (engagejeweler.com), which allows users to design exquisite rings from their mobile devices using artificial intelligence technology.
FROM PARIS, WITH LOVE
Opening in mid-November on Scottsdale Fashion Square’s second level, Jacadi Paris (jacadi.us) is ready to dress little fashionistas in its posh Parisian apparel. Created for boys and girls ages 0 to 12 years old, the brand has been crafting exquisite collections that reflect its French heritage since 1976. With more than 270 boutiques across 39 countries, Jacadi is renowned for marrying fashion-forward designs with functionality. Its new fall/winter 2020 collection features shades of red and blue offset by white and black accents in colorblocked motifs and checked and striped patterns. Jacadi’s sock sweater and denim skirt are paired with Mary Jane shoes and a bright red colorblock hat from its boys collection, shown left, for a playful take on schoolwear.