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October 11, 2013

Schurman Retail Group, owners of Papyrus North America, unveiled its newest concept, Niquea D., on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

Schurman Retail Group, owners of Papyrus North America, unveiled its newest concept, Niquea D., on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The store features women’s jewelry and accessories, clothing, scents, home décor, and paper and gift products.  

With a mix of antique furniture, one-of-a-kind chandeliers, and hand-painted rich blue damask walls, the 900-sq.-ft. space has the feel and look of a Parisian boutique. A second Manhattan location is scheduled to open later this fall, downtown on Hudson Street

September 11, 2013

Schurman Retail Group, owners of Papyrus North America, announced the opening of the first Niquead.D flagship in New York City.

New York -- Schurman Retail Group, owners of Papyrus North America, announced the opening of the first Niquead.D flagship in New York City. It is the brand’s second location to date, with the first opening in December 2012 in Danville, Calif. A second Manhattan location is scheduled to open later this fall, and will be the first to share an entryway with a full-sized Papyrus store.

November 20, 2012

Schurman Retail Group announced that Papyrus opened a new store in the Time Warner center, marking the retailer’s 18th store in New York City.

New York -- Schurman Retail Group announced that Papyrus opened a new store in the Time Warner center, marking the retailer’s 18th store in New York City.

“New York City has always been a strong market for us,” said Dominique Schurman, CEO, Schurman Retail Group.
 
The 1500-sq.-ft. store features a “Hummingbird” design that is featured in 183 stores in the U.S. and Canada.

 

November 16, 2012

Papyrus opened its 18th store in New York City, in the Time Warner center.

New York -- Papyrus opened its 18th store in New York City, in the Time Warner center.

The 1,500-sq.-ft.-shop features the retailer’s “Hummingbird” design that is featured in 183 stores in the United States.

 

September 21, 2012

E-cards may be popular, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still a market for greeting cards. Just ask Dominique Schurman, CEO of Schurman Retail Group. The privately held, Fairfield, Calif.-based company owns and operates some 400 stores in North America, including the fast-growing Papyrus brand.