Shop Small, Local Businesses Inside Grand Central Terminal
Shop the kiosks in Grand Central Terminal’s Graybar Passage for local NYC designers and jewelry makers and other unique pop-up shops. Shops rotate on a quarterly basis, so there is always something new to find at these small businesses in the heart of Midtown Manhattan!
Our Current Kiosks
Since 1972, Carolee has been a leader in the world of fashion jewelry. Now over 45 years later, Carolee continues to combine the passion for jewelry with the strong values of empowering and supporting women, which has always been at the core of their brand DNA. Each style is crafted from elevated materials including their iconic freshwater pearls, semi-precious stones, high-shine metals, and cubic zirconia stones.
Claudia Desideri creates luxurious, classy but still wearable pieces of jewelry, which combine both “hard” and “soft” elements, organic and futuristic materials, geometrical Minimalism and sparkling Baroque. Her collection of rings, necklaces, and earrings are all unique pieces made using Swarovski crystals, natural stones, and fresh water pearls.
Jacques Torres Chocolate
Master chocolatier Jacques Torres takes pride in crafting fresh, handmade chocolate using only premium ingredients in classic and original combinations. Every product is produced in his vast 40,000 square foot state-of-the-art chocolate factory at the historical Brooklyn Army Terminal in New York.
Joyfullook is owned by two moms and best friends who saw the need for comfortable, fashionable, and practical winter tights. Since 2015, Joyfullook has been providing a new collection of tights in different colors and designs. Their high-end fabrics feel amazing on the skin, and their 120 Denier tights are perfect for New York weather. Wearing Joyfullook tights will add a special spark to any outfit, whether it is for work, relaxing at home, a night out, or a walk in the park.
Dutch artist Judith Haas creates jewelry and fine art using gold, silver, bronze, and semi-precious stones. Her work is characterized by finely crafted textures and unfinished surfaces in contrast with colorful patinas that reflect her passion for art and design history and the industrial environment surrounding her Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio.
PHLD was started by Jon Nelsen and his partner Ebony when they realized there was a tremendous void in men’s fashion jewelry. PLHD brings a streetwear lifestyle to jewelry, making it affordable, and of course, dope.