A local entrepreneur opens an expanded boutique in Grosse Pointe Village
Sharon Eisenshtadt is known for her exquisite eye for what’s about to trend, excite and look gorgeous.
She also is known for having a keen eye for what looks good on each of her clients.
Together, these assets make her the dream stylist for those who enter her two shops — so popular that one recently expanded.
The owner of SHE Bloomfield Hills and SHE Grosse Pointe opened the doors on Sept. 5 to a new, spacious retail space on Kercheval in Grosse Pointe, after growing out of the first shop. To celebrate, SHE will host Fall + Philanthropy Sept. 28-30 in its new location, and will donate a percentage of sales on these shopping days to benefit the nonprofit organization Colors of Hope, which donates funds to the Van Elslander Cancer Center Needy Patient Fund.
After finessing a career in the retail clothing industry, Eisenshtadt realized her dream: In 2008, she opened her own boutique, with her husband, Howard — the store’s name is an acronym for their initials.
“We are thrilled,” Eisenshtadt says, “with the reception that we’ve received from the Grosse Pointe community over the years and look forward to welcoming our customers to our newest retail home.”
Both stores offer personalized service — with a staff of trained personal stylists — and sought-after contemporary and designer clothing, jewelry and accessories. Among SHE’s European and U.S.-based designers, ranging from everyday jeans and sweaters to special-occasion wear, are 360 Cashmere, Campomaggi, Chaser, Current Elliot, Ramy Brook, Smythe, Veronica Beard, Yigal Azrouel, Zimmerman and many more. Both stores often host designer appearances, trunk shows and other special events.
“It’s important to me to get to know my clients,” Eisenshtadt says. “I love being able to personally find the ‘perfect’ outfit or wardrobe for each one, and it’s what my staff excels at, too.”
SHE in Grosse Pointe is located at 17121 Kercheval Place. Fall + Philanthropy shopping days will be Sept. 28-30 in the Grosse Pointe store. (313) 571-3365; shestores.com.
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