Family owned, James & Williams Jewelers has been ornamenting fingers, wrists, lobes, and necks with designer and handmade jewelry since 1962. Charles Krypell's round-weave sterling-silver pendant hangs simply from a piece of black cord ($300), and the Honora diamond-and-pearl drop earrings dangle like ripe, freshwater oyster-formed berries upon a stem of 14K white gold ($275). Engagement ringsmiths include Simon G., Peter Storm, and Bez Ambar, with Scott Kay also lending his metal mettle to the men's cobalt wedding band ($290) and other masculine finger belts.
Revive is a new era boutique striving to provide the latest fashion trends with exclusive pieces that will define who we are as a company and give fierce competition at affordable prices. Our mission is to evolve runway styles into redefined street fashions with a high quality customer service.
Horrorbles is one-stop shopping for all things horror and sci-fi, featuring movies, one of a kind and limited edition collectibles, figures, apparel, books and magazines, gag gifts, classes, parties, screenings, lectures, showings and more, this is the place for horror & pop-culture fans!
In 1962, Val Camilletti began working at Capitol Records, which was ushering in a new era of music, led by The Beatles and The Beach Boys. Ten years later, she opened her own retail record shop, which has spent 40 years distributing eclectic sounds to listeners who, Val says, "are tired of shopping for music in refrigerator stores."
At Val's, you'll find vinyl records lined up in tidy rows and rock posters on the walls. Its expansive, rotating stock features several musical genres and spotlights burgeoning local artists. Knowledgeable staff can also help customers hunt down rare issues, imports, or B-sides. If a record is not in the store inventory, Val's can order it within 24 to 48 hours, depending on how fast they can wake up Keith Richards.
Prodigy Glassworks, INC. is located in the heart of the Oak Park Arts District at 207 Harrison St. Oak Park, Il 60304. Our location features a fine art gallery that offers unique hand-blown and fused glass pieces made by local artists and a glass blowing studio on the premises. We are conveniently located steps away from
While immersed in the task of clothes shopping for her growing infant son, Genetta Jackson realized that she possessed a special talent for finding trendy garments. She began buying clothes and accessories not only for her son but also for other boys and girls. She'd venture out to find designer and even collectible kids' garments, and then she'd offer the items for sale online.
In 2012, Jackson opened King's Kloset Children's Boutique in a cozy space evocative of a child's bedroom—but without the constant screaming of Lego people. Shelves overflow with new and gently worn children's shoes, dresses, jackets, and even formalwear, such as pintsize Gucci shoes and custom-made bow ties. With a small toy section, the boutique is also a destination for gift shoppers.