Ladies of Hoboken, has TheBoken.com got a fashion series for you from fellow local blogger Hoboken Girl. Check it out…..
Model Lynda – photo courtesy of Jennifer Casson Photography
Hoboken Girl (www.HobokenGirl.com) has started a local Hoboken style series which is part of a local initiative to showcase all of the fabulous and chic Hoboken fashion in our little city. It will be featured on HobokenGirl.com in a four part series (in collaboration with local wardrobe stylist Tiffany Pinero of www.TiffanyPineroStyle.com). The first part of the series is: White Hot – all about wearing white (even before Memorial Day).
All of the clothing and accessories were handpicked from local boutiques (including Sweet Nicholas, Midtown Authentic, Bella Ro, Maxwell’s 9.13.34, and The Factory Boutique). The models are of course were local Hoboken girls — 2 are local bloggers (Jillian of SprinkleMassacre.com and Lynda of HealthyHobokenGirl.com, as well as Ashley of Rebellations Salon). Photography was done me (JenniferCasson.com) and styling was done by Tiffany Pinero (www.TiffanyPinero.com).
There appears to be a new fashion related store named Style Square coming to 730 Washington Street in Hoboken, NJ. The LLC that is behind it is Style Khan LLC and they have a permit for new exterior lighting. It is a matter of time until we have another fashion related retail store on Washington Street.
Via Mode located at 404 Washington Street in Hoboken has a drop box for the organization Soles 4 Souls www.GiveShoes.org where residents are encouraged to drop off their new shoes so that the over 300 million children around the world that don’t have footwear can finally get themselves a pair of shoes. What a nice idea. Hoboken is one charitable place at times with fundraisers for many worthy causes.
After 13 years at 55 First St., Air Studios is proud to announce the relocation and expansion of Hoboken’s favorite upscale women’s boutique.
They have outgrown their quaint storefront and have moved their flagship location around the corner to 92 Hudson Street. Come join them for their Grand Opening Saturday March 10, 2012. Their store hours at 92 Hudson St. are 11am-7pm.
Known for launching brands such as 3.1 Phillip Lim and Catherine Malandrino, their highly curated collections and accomplished stylists have allowed them to develop a cult following of loyal clients and fashion hunters alike.Their new 1,400 square foot location will enable us to house additional coveted brands such as DVF, A.L.C., and Cut 25.
They aren’t done yet….stay tuned to see their transformation of the location at 55 First Street.
Consignment store Midtown Authentic has now moved upstairs at the same address of 728 Washington Street in Hoboken. Previously, this store was in the basement location and when a vacancy opened up on the second floor owner Rory Chadwick jumped on the chance to expand his retail space. The Boken.com met up with Rory yesterday and he was understandably tired from the big up two flights of stairs but was relieved that he was now basically settled in at the new location.
Keep in mind, Midtown Authentic is not just for the ladies anymore. They now have space for a men’s clothing section. It should be noted that Modern Nails Salon below could make this area a one stop destination where you could send out your mail, make arrangements to travel to Cuba, get your nails done and pick up a Gucci or Louis Vuitton purse all on the same block. They are still unpacking a bit more but the store is taking shape. The new shelving looks nice and Rory Chadwick said it was from Ikea. I might even pick up some for my home use down the line it looked so nice.
Owner Rory Chadwick in addition to his his store, is a part time columnist for TheBoken.com as well as magazine in town called h-Mag. He also moonlights as Batman’s sidekick Robin and has been involved in several charity fundraisers in the past. Here is wishing Midtown Authentic luck in the expanded location.
Today’s photo of the day is a Valentines Day retail display in Hoboken. Do you know where this store is? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Be patient, we have to filter comments for now due to spam bots trying to invade our commenting system.
Here is an unfortunate development for a Hoboken store owner as reported by TheBoken’s very own Midtown Reporter Rory Chadwick. Talk about putting the bah in humbug whether or not the sleigh is missing due to an “accident” or was actually stolen. Read on…
Michelangela Sled Stolen in Hoboken, Have You Seen It?
Just the other day, Michelangela possibly had their wooden sled stolen in front of their store. Seen in the photo is the missing sled that is now missing. Apparently someone either stole it or someone thought it was on sidewalk and likely being thrown away. If you know who has the sled please call the store. If it was an error and someone thought it was garbage charges will not be filed by the owners.
Tis’ the season to go shopping fa la la la la….. Walking Washington St today I couldn’t help but notice from the sidewalk the interior of Michelangela located at 330 Washington Street here in Hoboken. The storefront window is something almost as good as the Macy’s window.
Inside Michelangela you will find nearly 10,000 ornaments of all sorts ranging in price from just a few dollars and up. Even if not in the mood to shop a simple walk through of the store will put a lot of holiday spirit in you. With Christmas trees all over the place, snowflakes on the floor and visions of imaginary sugar plums dancing in your head, Michelangela is a must see this holiday season.
Easily a top contender for best display for the holidays this year, Michelangela is simply your one stop place for holiday needs this year. In addition to your holiday needs Michelangela offers shoppers vintage and restored furniture for your home or office. You can vist Michelangela on the web at www.michelangelafurniture.com.