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Esther Fortunoff and her new Jewelry Boutique are recognized for their important place in the Long Island community! The local media have joined in the excitement surrounding the return of Fortunoff Jewelry to our Long Island community. Here are some articles you may have missed…

Published in 2017

Long Island Business News

Women in Professional Services

May 2017
Long Island Business News

Esther Fortunoff: Appreciating being back in the jewelry business for good.

 
 

Published in 2016

LI Women - Magazine

Fortunoff

December 2016
By Carol Silva
News 12 Long Island
for LI Women - Magazine

"I'm still mourning over Fortunoffs."
That's how I heard one woman describe her pain when "Fortunoff the Source" closed. Agreed.

Anton Media - October 2016

Esther Fortunoff-Greene Shares Her Journey

October 12-18, 2016
By Anton Media Staff
Anton Media Group

Allison Haunss, executive producer/host of the Working Woman Report, interviewed Esther Fortunoff-Greene, owner and president of Fortunoff Fine Jewelry, during "The Conversation" event at Molloy College.

 
LI Pulse - Jewelry Restyling

3-Step Guide to Recycling, Restyling and Refreshing Your Jewelry

August 26, 2016
By Beth Ann Clyde
Long Island Pulse

Let Esther Fortunoff help you find new ways to rock old jewelry or get the most for your baubles.

LI Pulse - 5 Pieces of Jewelry for Every Woman

5 Jewelry Pieces Every Woman Should Have

August 18, 2016
Long Island Pulse

Find the jewelry pieces you’ll love forever at Fortunoff Fine Jewelry.

 
LI Pulse - Restyling Guide

Talking Family, Jewelry and Trends with Esther Fortunoff

August 11, 2016
By Pulse Staff
Long Island Pulse

The Fortunoff name on Long Island is as classic and timeless as the diamonds your mother bought from their retail store decades ago.

LI Pulse - Fall Jewelry

6 Jewelry Pieces You’ll Love This Fall

August 4, 2016
Long Island Pulse

From statement to understated, the jewelry trend forecast is all over the map. Let Esther Fortunoff of Fortunoff Fine Jewelry help you sift through the bangles, cuffs, silver and gold.

 
Social Justice Leadership Dinner pf Ethical Humanist Society

Social Justice Leadership Dinner

March 24, 2016
By The Ethical Humanist Society, Long Island

I was delighted to be included in the Ethical Humanist Society’s event in late March. Watch this video to hear about the wonderful work being done by my fellow Long Islanders.

Published in 2015

 
The Westbury Times Article

Fortunoff: A Far-Reaching Legacy

September 16, 2015
By Lyn Dobrin
The Westbury Times

The return of Fortunoff Jewelry has excited our long-time customers so much that one group from Staten Island decided to send a full busload to visit, reminisce – and shop!

Long Island Business News Article

The Jewel of Westbury

August 15, 2015
By Adina Genn
LI Business News

This article is an interview with Esther Fortunoff About different business conditions since the re-opening of a bricks and mortar store. The local Long Island business community has also welcomed the Fortunoff Jewelry boutique with open arms.

Published in 2014

The Westbury Times Article

Fortunoff's Revived in Westbury

October 6, 2014
By Emily Cappiello
The Westbury Times

The grand opening of the new Fortunoff Jewelry Boutique caused quite a buzz in Westbury from its first day. Customer came in to share stories about experiences shopping in Westbury as well as the Brooklyn stores.

Magazine Article

fortunoff JEWELRY is back

Fall 2014
25A Magazine

On opening day, surrounded by Fortunoff employees, Fortunoff family and town of Hempstead officials, this profile was done.

 
The Westbury Times Article

Fortunoff Jewelry stores trying for rebirth in a new setting

September 17, 2014
By Joan Verdon
NorthJersey.com

Esther was pleased to speak with Joan Verdon from Berger County, New Jersey. They discussed what was new about this store — and remembered stores in Paramus, Wayne and Woodbridge, NJ.

Luxury Living Magazine Article

Welcome Home Fortunoff

Fall 2014
By Emily Cappiello
Luxury Living Magazine

New back on Long Island, shoppers from across Nassau county and Suffolk county, as well as Brooklyn and Queens, are all joining in the celebration. The store features the mural by Giancarlo Impiglia for the Fifth Avenue store in 1979. Esther Fortunoff, third generation of the family, talks about the future.