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PARAMUS, NJ (June 22, 2017) – Nina Ambre is a unique boutique concept founded by New York City fashion stylist and retail boutique executive, Trish Tamado. This is a real rags to riches success story of a Latina entrepreneur following her dream to help women through high fashion. Ramado (née Tirado) was general manager of five SoHo boutiques that she launched and operated for clothing designer Yumi Kim.
Guests attending the red carpet grand opening reception included Real Housewives of New Jersey television personality Danielle Staub, Teaneck Recording Artist Murdakkh, Mayor Richard LaBarbiera, members of the Paramus Regional Chamber of Commerce, and shoppers.
Ms. Staub was in attendance with her fiancé, retired investment banker, Marty Caffrey. The pair couldn’t have beeen happier to support the boutique as they purchased matching his and hers smart watches available exclusively from Nina Ambre Boutique. When asked about her return to the Real Housewives of New Jersey television program, Staub declined to comment (likely due to contractual obligations).
Michael Keenan, a former Macy’s executive and National Sales Manager and for Steve Madden, Tommy Hilfiger, and Sean John commended the Boutique for providing women in Paramus with a one-stop-shop where they could pick up a quick classy outfit from top labels like Parker or Leota without the need to visit a massive mall.
Mrs. Ramado chose to launch the Nina Ambre Boutique in Paramus to give busy moms, prom-goers, and fashionistas of all types, an alternative to the basic styles and hectic nature of shopping with a unique and authentic New York Boutique experience at Nina Ambre right in the heart of Paramus.
“We’re very excited to offer exclusive looks from top brands that are conveniently accessible yet are unique to our boutique since they aren’t readily available at the mall” said Ramado.
Mayor LaBarbiera and Councilmember Amato ceremoniously cut the ribbon at the event welcoming Ramado to the Borough and offered words of congratulations and continued success. While Chamber of Commerce President Fred Rohdieck enthusiastically welcomed the boutique to the larger business community. Patrons, entertainment industry and fashion insiders partook in a private reception following the ribbon cutting.
The boutique is open to walk-in’s and offers patrons one-on-one appointments as well. For more information about Nina Hambre Boutique follow them on Instagram @NinaAmbreBoutique.
Photo Credit: Wilkins Noriega, Winky Photography and Marvin Jackson for Bergen Monthly Magazine, Continental Media Group™ © 2017