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GM Boutique

NEW for the Holidays: The Boutique Ballet Box
Not sure what to get the dancer in your life? We’ve got you. Available for teens/adults (The Ballet Box) or little ones (The miniMinden Box), this gift is full of things every ballerina needs and comes ready-to-give! Available from November 27th through December 30th, 2017.
Click here to order yours!


Gaynor Minden is located in a historic brownstone building on a residential, tree lined street in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.

Dancers from all over the world — from beginners trying their very first pointe shoes to internationally famous ballerinas fine-tuning their specifications — pass through its wrought iron doors and ring the discreet buzzer to enter our charming Victorian boutique.


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Pointe shoe fittings are by appointment. We take our last appointment one hour before closing.

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT: Click here, call 212-929-0087 x12 or 800-637-9240 x12, or WhatsApp 929-465-3600.

Boutique Hours
Monday thru Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

Thursday, November 23rd 
Sunday, December 24th
Monday, December 25th
Sunday, December 31st
Monday, January 1st, 2018

We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018. 


Store Locator
Pointe Shoes Apparel & Accessories
Store Locator
Pointe Shoes Apparel & Accessories

      The best way to achieve a perfect pointe shoe fit is to go in person to an experienced fitter who maintains a large inventory so you can try many different options. We encourage you to use the worldwide Store Locator on this page to find a fitter near you.

      No store can carry every Gaynor Minden product, so call first.

      If no results are returned, drag or zoom to find the nearest location to you. If you are not able to find a store near you, don’t worry! We will do our best to fit you online.

      A short note on a sensitive subject: We believe that when a fitter in a dancewear store devotes time and sincere effort to helping a dancer find the right shoe, then that store deserves the sale. Gaynor Minden urges dancers to honor the work of stores’ fitters.