Brooklyn Bleu Vintage x The Market @ Macy’s

Brooklyn Bleu Vintage— a curated brand of timeless vintage accessories spanning from the 1940’s to 1990’s— has partnered with The Market @ Macy’s in the Westminster Mall in Orange County, CA. Available from October 6th – November 3rd, the pop-up will feature jewelry from Brooklyn Bleu’s Dainty and Re.fresh collections, original pieces manufactured in the 1970s that are no longer being produced— once they are sold, they are gone.

Founded in 2010 by Tenisha Light-Caba, this is Brooklyn Bleu Vintage’s third retail partner collaboration.

Starting from the Artist & Fleas in Chelsea Market, NYC to becoming the #2 concessionaire at the Top Shop 5th Avenue NYC store, Brooklyn Bleu Vintage has also opened their first retail store in The Oculus inside One World Trade this past September.

In their collaboration with The Market @ Macy’s, Brooklyn Bleu Vintage pieces sold to shoppers are only available at the Westminster location and nowhere else (not in other Macy’s stores or online).

The Dainty and Re.fresh collections offer customers the rare experience to own retro and minimalist styles collected from 1970’s old stock jewelry in new condition— never preowned or worn— in an affordable price range of $25 – $45 per piece.

That’s because these pieces are sourced from one private collector’s 1970’s wholesale business, making these accessories not only one-of-a-kind, but appealing to the sustainable shopper as well.

“It’s exciting to be part of the movement where the shopper is looking for sustainable fashion and moving towards more conscious shopping habits”, notes Light-Caba. “We’ve long been part of this on the ground, having been in the business now for over 10 years.”

Additionally, a few pieces from the Gatsby and Statement collections will be available at The Market, rare and hand-selected jewelry curated from Light-Caba’s excellent taste and understanding of today’s modern woman. Dating from the 1950’s to 1990’s, the collection is an array of fierce, fabulous, & fun styles— from bold statement chunky gold jewelry (think “90’s catwalk”) to the Gatsby Collection (1940’s-50’s), offering “bling & glamour” reminiscent of old Hollywood. Most pieces were handmade in the US.


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