Saturday, June 4, 2011

Boston's New England Travel & Life Review

We've all craved Chanel. We can't all afford it. Rita Prout-Farley's here to help. Her bustling, 1,800-square-foot Congress Street shop has sold vintage Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Fendi clothes and accessories for more than 15 years. Walls of vintage costume and estate jewelry and drawer after drawer of handkerchiefs, scarves and clutch purses mingle with the clothing collection (which is so vast, she keeps a separate storage facility nearby). Prout-Farley is often called upon for costuming help, she worked on Mel Gibson's The Man Without a Face and the HBO movie Empire Falls. So, if you see something you love at Encore, snap it up now before it goes Hollywood.

-Boston Magazine


CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE
CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE











No comments:

Post a Comment

Hello & Welcome - We are always excited to hear from our insightful visitors, so please leave us a meassge. Thanks!

Post a Comment