Historically Hand-Crafted: Sought after by celebrities, stylists, and the distinguished clientele of Bergdorf Goodman, Philadelphia-based jewelry designer Paul Morelli is branching out with bolder collections, a new ad campaign, and a welcoming e-commerce platform. His bespoke, hand-finished creations, including La Grange, a new collection of necklaces, bangles, and earrings in 18k yellow or white gold, reflect his signature playful and edgy aesthetic. 1118 Walnut St., 215-922-7392
Terra Rossa eau de toilette (75 ml), Salvatore Ferragamo ($190). King of Prussia Mall, 610-491-6810
Under the Tuscan Sun: Inspired by the beauty of Tuscany, Italian luxury design house Salvatore Ferragamo adds two new fragrances to its unisex Tuscan Soul Quintessential family. Debuting are Terra Rossa—citrusy and floral, inspired by the city of Siena and the red Tuscan clay, with notes of patchouli, myrrh, and amber—and Punta Ala—lighter, named for the renowned seaside resort town, with citrus, olive leaf, cedar, and vetiver. Che bella!
Retail Therapy: Walnut and Market Streets will be bustling a little more this season after long-awaited Timberland and Century 21 opened their doors to shoppers in late October. Featuring Fall/Winter men’s and women’s collections of boots, weather ready layering pieces, and accessories, Philadelphians will be set to brave the elements with Timberland’s refined styles and rugged features, while Century 21 brings some of the best designer brands to the streets of the City of Brotherly Love—at a fraction of their cost. Timberland, 1709 Walnut St., 215-523-5750; Century 21, 821 Market St., 215-952-2121
Boutique Expansion: Local style icon Kate Lawson has opened another Menagerie location, in Haverford. It is the second exclusive retailer, after the original outpost in Wayne, of her hand-crafted jewelry. 385 W. Lancaster Ave., Haverford, 610-971-1769