As her own heels left their mark all over the world throughout her many trips as a stock-options trader and commercial realtor, Amy Puchowicz was preoccupied with one thing: the sheer variety of stylish shoes and the dearth of stores to sell them. So, after kicking off her business socks, Amy founded her eponymous boutique in 2007, stocking its shelves with upscale footwear to suit all occasions. Both locations feature a revolving collection of top designers such as Betsey Johnson, Beverly Feldman, and Farylrobin, and Amy employs only avid shoe-lovers to help each slipper to find its perfect match before midnight, when it turns back into a chariot's spare tire.
Mellow yellow is a Northeast Ohio based business that was opened in 2010. Mellow yellow is an accessory and handbag boutique bringing you handcrafted jewelry, designer handbags, and trendy apparel from around the world. We are stocked with merchandise of crystals, natural stones, sterling silver and Swarovski crystals. Asid
Grand River Beads and Gift Gallery's festive interior, bedecked with the creations of more than 30 different jewelry and visual artists, houses top-notch beading facilities staffed by a team of local experts, each specializing in a different jewelry-making technique. The two-hour introductory class initiates burgeoning bead jockeys into the secrets of earring, bracelet, necklace, and medieval manacle construction. Materials are not included in the cost of the class; however, students will be able to choose craft-worthy circlets from Grand River's endless bead well. Wood, bone, lampwork glass, silver, gold, copper, and many other stringable options are on sale at the shop and available to inspire future projects.
With a focus on individual style, the team of tailors at Christophier Custom Clothiers creates made-to-order clothing with plenteous style and fabric options. Patrons can browse a sophisticated collection of ready-to-wear items featuring brands like Allen Edmonds and Sanyo or collaborate one-on-one with an experienced stitch wizard to conjure an ensemble ideal for special events like weddings or hermit-crab funerals. Cloak shoulders with a Haupt long-sleeved shirt in your choice of 14 technicolor shades ($150) or eliminate the need to duct-tape pockets onto calves with a pair of Christophier Blue Label wool-and-cashmere pants ($245). A pair of Bacco Bucci Cheechoo casual shoes lace up to coat hooves with stitched suede ($195), while the Tateossian formal cufflink-and-stud set serves as a steadfast example for flight-risk buttons ($165).
Facelogic's 50-minute signature facial (a $49 value) begins with a skin analysis that targets imperfections and determines the best spot to stash any pilfered bags of diamond dust. An exfoliation and steam will open the pores while a deep cleanser intimidates impurities out of them. Next, as you float weightlessly in a zero-gravity chair that brings back memories of floating inside a cosmonaut's womb, a rejuvenating mask (up to a $30 value) will flood your face in a layer of hydration—reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving circulation, and evening out skin tone and complexion. While the face is getting all of the attention, Facelogic's pampering posse will incorporate a complimentary therapeutic massage (lightly covering the hands, arms, shoulders, neck, face, and scalp) into the treatment. Finally, sculpt frizzled face follicles with your choice of a brow wax (up to a $20 value) or lip wax (a $15 value).