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There's no shortage of sparklers at Neiman Marcus' jewelry department—anyone who has visited the store's ground level can tell you that. Though the store's shoppers tend to have classic taste, social calendars packed with swanky events and plenty of money to burn, sometimes Neimans shoppers desire something different.
Viktoria Hayman fits that bill, offering jewelry that has a much more edgy, modern feel than the store's other offerings. The brand positions itself as "wearable art" and Hayman's designs combine bold, architectural shapes with compelling price points.
So why is this relevant right now? Because the woman behind the line is making an appearance at out very own Neiman Marcus this weekend. She'll be in from 10am to 5pm this Saturday on the first floor, right in the store's jewelry department.