Red Carpet Rocks, the nation’s first on-demand costume jewelry rental company opened its first and only physical showroom and will hosted a two- day pop-up shop in NYC this past September.

Bella Barbaro in Red Carpet Rocks

 

The Red Carpet Rocks showroom will opened September 1, 2018 at 64 West 48th Street, Suite 1103. With the opening of this physical showroom, Red Carpet Rocks will expand its reach, bringing stylists, personal shoppers, media, and Red Carpet Rocks customers the opportunity to preview the brand’s pieces – which are available for rent through the Red Carpet Rocks website – before placing a rental order.

“My years in the accessories industry have taught me many things about what shoppers care about most when it comes to jewelry. One thing I understand very well is the value of being able to touch and feel and try on an accessory before committing to it,” said Red Carpet Rocks founder Urvi Tejani. “Our Red Carpet Rocks showroom and pop-up shop will both offer exactly this experience. For the first time, we’re giving jewelry lovers, media, stylists, shoppers, and anyone else interested in our company the

chance to come see and feel the extremely high-quality of our products.”

 

Model Rain Dove with Heather Grabin

 

Launched earlier this year in New York City, Red Carpet Rocks was founded by jewelry industry veteran Urvi Tejani. The startup makes it possible – and easy – for jewelry lovers in the NYC area to rent a piece of beautiful costume jewelry online, receive it the same day (if ordered before 3pm EST), rock it, and return it. Never before has it been easier to accessorize with high quality jewelry, without breaking the bank!Each time a woman rents a piece of jewelry through Red Carpet Rocks, she’ll receive the red-carpet treatment, with her chosen piece or pieces hand-delivered in a beautiful red lacquer box. When the rental period is over, simply put the jewelry back in its box, and the in-house Red Carpet Rocks delivery team will pick it up.

The stunning earrings, bracelets, and necklaces offered through Red Carpet Rocks are made in India, Turkey, Bali, and the United States. The design of each piece has been inspired by red-carpet events, and all styles are named after well-known actresses. Rental prices begin at $30.00 for a 3-day rental period.

 

Red Carpet Rocks Founder, Urvi Tejani

 

Urvi has worked in the jewelry industry for more than a decade, having owned and operated Tejani, her popular line of costume bridal jewelry, for 14 years. Urvi created Tejani to fill a void in the bridal accessories industry, after recognizing a lack of affordable, high quality bridal jewelry styles.

Red Carpet Rocks will launch Nationwide November 1st!

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