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426 Warren Street
Hudson, New York 12534
For Future Reference, the New York-and-Los Angeles-based brand development agency, which specializes in fostering of emerging fine jewelry designers, has opened its first brick and mortar location at 426 Warren Street in the chic upstate town of Hudson, New York. The Shop will stock fine jewelry from the acclaimed FFR roster as well as a small selection of up-and-coming jewelry designers and notable estate pieces. The space will also feature a tightly edited selection of vintage finds (clothes, handbags, jewelry and home decor) as well as custom FFR scents.
FFR co-founders Meaghan Flynn and Randi Molofsky will curate the store with a collection of bold, quirky and whimsical clothes and accessories that reflect their eclectic personal style(s). “Since sales are in my blood, I’ve always wanted to be able to connect on an even closer level with our retail clients, while creating a one-of-a-kind selection of merchandise that will hopefully speak to a fun-loving, fashion-conscious customer,” explains Flynn, head of FFR sales and part-time Hudson resident.
Located on Warren Street, the town’s premier shopping destination, the FFR Shop is a short walk from established galleries, performance spaces, restaurants and boutique hotels. The shop’s mix will be anchored by a collection of fine jewelry from FFR designers Retrouvaí, Brent Neale, Sorellina, Sarah Hendler, Established, ARK and Harwell Godfrey.
In addition to jewelry, the Shop’s vintage finds will offer a range of eye-catching animal and floral prints, sparkly sequined, beaded, and paillette embellishments and playful disco, mod, and ‘80s silhouettes. Flynn and Molofsky have also created two custom scents – “East” and “West”, respectively – that will be sold as perfumes and candles.
“The Shop was born from the idea that we wanted to provide our exceptionally talented jewelry designers an additional point of sale, but we also wanted it to be extremely authentic and offer a different vibe from the retail partners we already work with,” says Molofsky, FFR head of marketing and PR. “Our goal is to create another community, like our FFR agency, that connects people, highlights beautiful things, and hopefully brings a fun, offbeat sensibility to a serious world.”