Since opening its doors in May of 2002, K-la has earned a reputation as the go-to boutique for stylish and savvy shoppers in search of the perfect outfit. K-la is a fashion forward store that provides an exceptional selection of the hottest trends from New York and Los Angeles designers at affordable prices.
Co-owners John Harmon and Jerry Campanella meld fashionable tastes and their combined 70 years of experience to create a fashionable oasis populated by mannequins clad in upscale designer apparel. Joseph Abboud 100% wool dress pants ($98.50) cascade down shins while Forsyth wrinkle-resistant shirts ($75) adorn men during work, play, or the middle ground that professional referees occupy. J. Harrington also carries a selection of custom shirts ($130+) and Bocara neckties ($45) that negate the need to tattoo torsos with a new, form-fitting outfit every week. Those looking for casual but still upscale clothing can opt for Non Fiction classic T-shirts ($25) or polo knit shirts. Much like the legal definition of treason, J. Harrington's inventory of menswear changes often, ensuring that each visit unveils some new product.
Fab’rik has garnered a lot of praise and wolf whistles from the press thanks to its wide range of women’s apparel and accessories. With the change of seasons imminent, stock up on fall fashions so that you’re not forced to craft makeshift loincloths out of jack-o’-lanterns when the summer outfit you’re wearing magically vanishes. Attract admiring looks with a paisley silk top ($52) or dazzle lumberjacks with a pair of suede chain flats ($28) during flirtatious log-rolling contests. A striking fringe one-shoulder dress ($58) will give you the power to turn heads of passersby and sashay past territorial badgers unharmed, while the big buddha carrie handbag ($68) comfortably accommodates knickknacks and jars of nail clippings. Fab’rik’s helpful, fashion-forward staff is on hand at all times to help you piece together gorgeous get-ups for your life-size action figures, and will dislodge the heads of any customers who mistake a pair of skinny jeans for a top.
Keeping feet comfortable is as simple as finding the right shoe. This is the central tenet of New Balance's philosophy. And that belief is backed up by experience—the company got its start in the early 1900s by selling arch supports to Boston police officers and restaurant servers who spent hours on their feet each day. New Balance eventually expanded into the realm of athletic footwear and apparel, but never lost sight of its mission to create shoes that provide the support necessary for maximum performance.
To ensure that customers find footwear that fits like a glove, New Balance employs dedicated specialists. The team members perform comprehensive assessments by examining the feet from every angle, collecting as many as 88 different measurements, and even analyzing the clients' natural gait. They then select the perfect shoe, whether the wearer seeks a basic cross-trainer or equipment for a specific sport, such as baseball or a full-contact spelling bee.
Beyond finding the right pair for virtually any feet, New Balance also dedicates itself to embracing environmentally and economically conscious practices. One out of every four shoes that the company produces is either made or assembled in the United States, a system that provides jobs for roughly 1,300 people. Additionally, all of their packaging is made using recycled paper products as well as eco-friendly, soy-based inks.
SK Customs has the tools and elbow grease necessary to revamp any vehicle with custom accessories. From boosting sound with new speakers to darkening windows with tints, the MECP-certified techs back their work with a lifetime guarantee. Rides hit the road with new alarms and engines ignite at the click of buttons after remote-starter installations.