Incaze Jewelry Boutique Opens at 159 Ludlow

Posted on: September 26th, 2012 at 6:28 am by
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When J.D. Fisk vacated 159 Ludlow Street earlier this spring, it was the the proverbial last gasp of the Dolce Vita brand here on the Lower East Side. This retail cubbyhole just south of Stanton had operated as sister store until October 2010 when the stylish men’s footwear offshoot was born. But the Dolce Vita mothership no longer wanted a part of the neighborhood and instead settled for the gold coast of Elizabeth Street in Nolita.

In the wake of this total divestment, a number of other suitors flirted with the 159 Ludlow space over the summer. Ultimately it was Incaze that won out, a modest boutique specializing in handmade jewelry. It’s now open.

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