When Earthworks retired and closed their doors on Main Street in Los Altos, CA, I know I wasn’t the only one who was bummed out and wondering where to go for stylish jewelry in the area. Well get excited, as Sethi Couture has taken over the space and opened a sumptuous showroom! Carrying an array of designers, walking into this showroom is like walking into a bejeweled haven that I just didn’t want to leave!
The perfectly worn rug, the light wood floors, the Murano chandeliers — I was taking interior design inspiration for sure. As I strolled around the cases, I was pleased at the variety of designers. If you like delicate designs, you’ll be happy to see the collection from Wwake.
If you love color and pieces with a more exotic flair, then check out Arman Sarkisyan.
Perhaps work in bold silver is your cup of tea. Then you’re surely going to love the work by Jill Platner.
And of course, there is NO shortage of diamonds and sparkle from Sethi Couture themselves.
This is just a few of the many designers featured in this chic showroom. In addition to the jewels, there is also a lovely selection of lifestyle treasures, just as pottery, aromatherapy and bags by Basil Racuk.
By now, I’m sure you’re wanting to visit this new destination, right? Well mark your calendars for this Sunday, December 11. They’ll be having a trunk show with some extra holiday cheer. Hope you can make it!
6 thoughts on “Sethi Couture Showroom Opens in Los Altos, CA”
What a gorgeous store!!! Hmmmm, it’s in my hood as well……
Yes–you’ll have to stop by!
I think so too, Bev! 🙂
Thanks for letting me know. I also went to the sale, bought, and was very sad. I even asked if any other jeweler would be in the space- and they said “NO” ! It’ll be back on my traveling and looking list. I like the Sethi ‘stuff’ and also Arman. I’ll bet they’ll have others as they get known around. I’ll try to find a mailing list.
BTW, I went up to Lulu in Sausalito on Thursday and liked what I saw. I wouldn’t have known without you! It’s fun to play tourist there.
Thanks so much for writing, Sugar! Yes, definitely put Los Altos back on your list. They have lots of designers there. And so glad to hear that you visited Lulu in Sausalito as well! Enjoy your day. 🙂