Botánica's Fourth Collection Is Inspired by '90s New York City

From the Yankees to Nike.

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Botánica NY unveils its fourth collection of premium jewelry. Inspired by ’90s New York City, the collection pays homage to everyone from June Ambrose, Jay Z, Puff and Hype Williams. Intended as complements to styles that mix high-end luxury and street, the collection is all made to order in 18K gold and produced and designed in NYC.

In other New York-related news, there’s still a “no dancing” law in place in the busy metropolis.

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