Get to Know the People on Preston

Angie and Amanda Cambareri

“For us our late Uncle Vincent, who passed away at age 11 before we could have met him, represents the creative potential that we saw in ourselves that was inspired by him and his talents. We sell clothes and there are a lot of beautiful things here. At the end of the day, the whole essence of our store is to help each woman reach her full potential. That’s what we do every day. It’s their potential that we’re translating.”- Amanda

“We wanted to create a space where people can come and be creative and find something that inspires them and that they don’t see anywhere else in the city. We do carry luxury designers but it’s not in an atmosphere where you feel you can’t touch. It’s a comfortable, cozy atmosphere.”- Amanda

“The Preston area has a lot of character. Vincent wouldn’t live anywhere else. It’s a beautiful area. It’s close to everything. You can see how it is evolving. You can have meals, you can go shopping, walk to Dow’s Lake. There are just so many great possibilities. This street needs to have a story and we have a story.” - Angie

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