Jennifer Fisher

Jennifer Fisher is a jewelry designer who loves cooking, spinning and running along the West Side Highway near her Tribeca home, which she shares with her husband and two children. Her eponymous line started when she was looking for a simple piece to commemorate the birth of her first child, and when her search came up empty, she decided to make her own. When family, friends, and strangers alike admired the piece and asked where they could get one of their own, she knew she was on to something. Her line is now sold at boutiques across the country and around the world, including some of our favorites like Barneys and Otte here in NYC.

What would the title of your autobiography be?

What can’t you travel without?
My Smythson travel organizer. It organizes tickets, passports and travel tear sheets.

What’s your favorite travel destination?
Anywhere warm, preferably Mexico.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a Sunday afternoon in NYC?
Cook! I love going to local farmer’s markets on the weekends.

If you could choose one person to show you “their New York City,” who would it be?
Grace Coddington – I want to know her secrets!

What are your favorite NYC restaurants?
I love El Toro Blanco and their Escula Vieja tacos, and Mr. Chow for their broccoli and the tofu salad.

What are some of your under the radar must-do recommendations for NYC visitors?
Food! Salt and pepper shrimp at Tang Pavilion and the rigatoni at Bar Pitti.

What are some of your favorite NYC stores?
IF, Trico Field, Isabel Marant, and Kirna Zabete – they have the best selection of European designers downtown.

Who are some of your favorite musicians?
Rihanna, Jay Z, Coldplay, and Mumford & Sons.

What song would you consider your personal soundtrack to NYC?
“Son’s Gonna Rise” by Citizen Cope.

When you think of NYC, are there any particular memories that immediately come to mind?
On 9/11 we were in California (my husband and I were married three days before) and all I wanted was to get back to NYC. It made me realize I was finally a New Yorker.