It's Your Business: NYC-based jewelry boutique opens in Naples

Dave Osborn

Dave Osborn

A Manhattan, N.Y.-based costume jewelry design house opens in Naples on Saturday.

Sequin, 1209 Third Street S., opens at 9 a.m., offering jewelry from $25 to $1,000.

Founded in 2000 by sisters Kim and Linda Renk, Sequin is known for creating on-trend, unique collections each season for both runway and retail. Collaborators have included Ralph Lauren, Frank Tell, J. Mendel, Douglas Hannat, Houghton, Ruffian, Badgley Mischka, Henri Bendel, Bloomingdales and Neiman Marcus.

Information: 239-263-1229

First three buildings sold out at Esperanza in Tiburón

The first three of four buildings released for sales at Esperanza in Tiburón in North Naples have sold out in less than six months.

Esperanza, a lakefront neighborhood of 42 luxury penthouse condominiums in seven buildings, is along two holes of Greg Norman-designed golf. Tiburón is a 943-acre resort-style community that's also home to The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples.

For more information, call 800-889-7922 or visit www.TiburonWCI.com.

Kesterson joins Ted Todd Insurance

Tiffany Kesterson has joined the Ted Todd Insurance Agency as a licensed insurance agent in its corporate headquarters office at 10020 Coconut Road, No. 144, Bonita Springs.

Kesterson, who received her bachelor's degree from Florida Gulf Coast University in Estero, assists clients with property and casualty insurance needs.

Ted Todd Insurance serves more than 30,000 customers in Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero and other parts of Florida.

For more information, visit http://www.TedToddInsurance.com or call 866-760-3999.

Lady from Haiti opens second location

The Lady from Haiti, at one time on Fifth Avenue South in Naples, has opened a second location.

Melody Bales, the original owner of the boutique/art gallery, has opened at 4854 Davis Blvd. in the Kings Lake Publix Plaza. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

Earlier this year, Bales relocated her store to Flamingo Island flea market in Bonita Springs. Bales has downsized from the size of her original downtown Naples store. The store still features folk art made from hammered and chiseled steel drums, Haitian paintings and Indonesian jewelry.

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