Ehvonnae Women’s Boutique Opening at 160 Orchard Tomorrow

Posted on: November 15th, 2013 at 6:07 am by
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Ever since Sara Samoiloff Jewelry foundered, the southern half of 160 Orchard Street remained a vacancy. A Misrahi Realty sign held court for well over a year; the adjacent space became HQ for Ethik Clothing. That inactivity ended a couple months ago, as work began on a trendy new boutique called Ehvonnae. Not that you would know at first sight given the glut of Women’s Wear Daily clippings obscuring the windows.

The Ehvonnae is a women’s boutique that specializes in “fashion forward, casual-chic” clothing and accessories. Atlanta native Brittanie Yvonne founded the brand in 2010, and opened her first store on Front Street it Brooklyn.

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The boutique launches tomorrow evening with the requisite grand opening party.

The EHV girl is effortlessly chic. She is the low-key girl in the room who naturally commands attention. She’s confident in who she is & dresses each day according to her mood & purpose. She feels amazing whether dolled up or dressed down. It’s “whatEHVer “ with this chick. She knows it all comes down to attitude.

Noted.

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