Beauty product from the brand Fresh


Founded by Lev Glazman and Alina Roytberg in 1991, Fresh’s modern alchemists fuse innovative natural ingredients with time-honored beauty rituals for a sensorial experience that is as indulgent as it is effective.

Fresh returns to the earth as its source for the accouterment of our beauty rituals: silk amino acids strengthen, ginseng revitalizes, and rosewater balances and tones. While Fresh is constantly evolving, the alchemic nature of their mission reaches back to the medieval times tradition of finding core elements that make lifestyle products golden. The result is lustrous. Explore some of the Quin’s exclusive offers featuring Fresh here.

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Exterior of Fresh Flagship store in New York City

FRESH new york flagship store

Awash with light and fortifying fragrances, the Fresh flagship store is a sanctuary in downtown Manhattan. Subtle scents of sugar, lemon, pomegranate, and soy meet to create an environment that takes a cue from Union Square’s thriving green market.

Gliding a sample of product between your fingertips offers the Fresh experience in microcosm. It is pure, honest, and luscious. In co-founder Alina Roytberg’s words, “It’s reinvention, it’s revival, it’s renewal. It’s everything that Fresh stands for.”  Visit Fresh online at

QRated: Gotham’s Glitterati Share Their Favorite New York City Destinations

We recently sat down with Lev Glazman and Alina Roytberg, founders of Fresh, to find out where they like to eat, shop, indulge, and wander. Freshly picked from the Big Apple’s bountiful catalogue of restaurants, spas, and boutiques, get a taste of Lev and Alina’s sweetest selections here.


Bergdorf Goodman
754 West 58th Street, (212) 753-7300

Journelle lingerie
3 East 17th Street, (212) 255-7800

Rag & Bone
104 Christopher Street, between Bedford & Bleecker Street, (212) 727-2990

APC in Soho
131 Mercer Street, between Spring & Prince Street, (212) 966-0069

United Nude
25 Bond Street, (212)420-6000 

Zero by Maria Cornejo
33 Bleecker Street, between Mott & Mulberry Street, (212) 925-3849

ABC Carpet
881 Broadway at 19th Street, (212) 473-3000 


Le Pain Quotidien
38 East 19th Street, (212) 673-7900
81 West Broadway, (646) 652-8186

Think Coffee
248 Mercer Street, (212) 228-6226
123 4th Avenue, (212) 614-6644

Lady Mandal's (Tea Salon)
56 Irving Place, (212) 533-4466

Fika Café
407 Park Avenue South, (646) 649-5133


Walking on High Line
West 30th Street to Gansevoort Street, between 10 th and 11thAve

The Frick Museum
1 East 70th Street, (212) 288-0700

11 West 53rd Street, (212) 708-9400

Walking Central Park
Bordered on the north by West 110th Street, on the south by West 59th Street, on the east by 5th Avenue, and on the west by 8th Avenue

Madison Square Park
Bordered on the east by Madison Avenue (which starts at the park's southeast corner at 23rd Street); on the south by 23rd Street, on the north by 26th Street, and on the west by 5th Avenue and Broadway as they cross.

Madison Square Park Shake Shack
11 Madison Avenue
(212) 889-6600

Walking across Brooklyn Bridge
Manhattan: Park Row, near Municipal Bldg; Brooklyn: Cadman Plaza

Series of photographs of New York City

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