One of Milwaukee's last "New Age / hippie" shop's is closed. Green Fields on Brady shut its doors for good today.
This weekend there will be a brand new West Side bar and cocktail-themed boutique to enjoy. The Bittercube Bar & Bazaar will open its doors to the public on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 5 p.m.
Longtime fashion retailer Stephanie Horne will bring a new clothing shop to Whitefish Bay called SoHo Boutique.
For some, holiday gift buying season has already begun, and with that in mind husband-and-wife team Jesse Meyer and Kamryn Boelk will host a holiday pop-up boutique featuring the work of 45 makers in their shared studio space.
Sydney b., a boutique for children, opened in Shorewood today. The shop, 4529 N. Oakland Ave., offers unique clothing, shoes, accessories and educational toys for kids ages 0 to 12 years old.
Ngoc LeFunk opened Orange Gallery - a Bay View-based art gallery and gift boutique - in a shared space with Lacquer Nails.
On Feb. 14, 2005, Oniomania - a West Allis-based boutique selling the creations of more than 40 local artists - opened its doors. A decade later, OnMilwaukee.com checked in with the owners to get the scoop on the past, present and future of this successful local business.
In 2012, Steph Davies opened The Waxwing, a local art and handmade gifts boutique at 4415 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood. Recently Davies learned that her landlord Nat Davauer was not going to renew her lease because he plans to use the space to expand his business Draft and Vessel which is located next door.
In a phone conversation this morning, OnMilwaukee.com learned that Goldi in Shorewood is closing.
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On Saturday, Nov. 19, Miss Groove, 1330 E. Brady St., will close. The accessories / apparel / lingerie shop that was open for 11 years is going out with a large sale starting on Thursday, Nov. 17.
Project M moved this week from Riverwest to a new, larger location, 1726 E. North Ave. Project M sells locally made handmade clothing and accessories.
Seven years ago, Sarah Brucker opened a Third Ward beauty boutique called Blush Beauty. Recently, she joined forces with two ladies, Kelly "Paulina" Perner and Hilary James, and now, the three co-owners plan to open more shops in other cities.
Iconic East Side boutique, Starship, 1661 N. Farwell Ave., will close at some point this summer. The shop - which features unique clothing and accessories - is currently having a large sale to sell off inventory.
In 2008, Jenna Shultz opened a boutique for men and women called Flaire, 407 E. Buffalo St., and earlier this week Schultz announced she was closing shop.