How to get into the blue door boutique industry
If you’re looking for a boutique to get started in the boutique industry, you’ve come to the right place.
Blue Door has opened two stores in the past two years, with both in New York and Philadelphia.
Both stores offer a wide range of boutique-inspired clothing, accessories, and accessories for the women’s and children’s market.
In addition to the retail, the company also hosts events that offer both a unique experience and a chance to meet new people.
“We have a number of events planned in the future, and we have a lot of different things in the works,” said Stephanie Ziegler, executive vice president of Blue Door’s New York office.
“We have to be able to have those things and we can be part of that experience.”
One of those events will be a fashion show on Jan. 28 at the New York Public Library, where the company will offer a free, limited-edition women’s dress.
It will be one of several events the company is planning, and Zieglers hopes to be in New Jersey during the spring of 2019.
While many of Blue Doors events are aimed at adults, Ziegles hopes to have a diverse group of women and children who can enjoy the fashion show.
“Our goal is to have children of all ages, so that’s the goal,” Ziegls said.
“So we’re looking at what kinds of events we can have for that, and what kind of people can come.
So we can start having those events in March and April and March and May.”
The show will be hosted by Blue Door founder, Amy LeBlanc.
LeBlanche has worked in the fashion industry for decades, having worked for a number brands including L’Oreal, Victoria’s Secret, and Louis Vuitton.
She was one of the designers behind the “Blue Door” concept, which aimed to create a boutique in the heart of the city for women and kids.
LeBlanc said she first came to Blue Door to work with the design team, and the company has become her family.
“I’m just a fan,” she said.
Leblanc said that the company was the first one she had contacted to inquire about designing a boutique store.
“That’s when we decided to get involved and have a look at the brand and see what it could be,” she explained.
“I thought, well, this is going to be a fun, fun project.”
Blue Door is a part of a larger group of boutique companies in New England.
There are other boutique brands in New Haven, Providence, Hartford, and East Hartford, but Blue Door is the first to open a store in New Hampshire.
“The first one I came across was called Blue Door, and I didn’t know anyone that was based in New Mexico and New England,” said Jessica Fiedler, owner of the local store, Fiedlers Clothing & Gifts.
“They had been in a lot more of a focus on small business and small-business owners, and so it was hard to find something like that.
It was a little bit of a gamble for me to come in and open a business, but I’m happy to have it here.”
Blue Doors founder Amy Leblanc, who lives in New Britain, Connecticut, with her husband, Daniel LeBlanch, and two daughters, Lauren and Alex.
She has worked as a designer and editor in the New England area.
For many, the New Hampshire-based boutique is an ideal location to start their career.
Le Blanc said the idea of opening a boutique shop was born in the middle of the winter when she went to New England to visit her daughter, Alex, who was just beginning to learn to dance.
“When she was two years old, she came back from a trip to Paris,” she recalled.
“It was a very beautiful time for her, and she was just really excited to be here, but she was still so young, so we didn’t have a place that we could go and play, so it just happened that we had to be somewhere we could actually come and go and work, and then we could have fun.”
So I’m not going to lie to you, I was like, I need to be more creative than my mom.
“A beautiful community, a beautiful community of people who love this industry. “
This is a beautiful place,” she added.
“A beautiful community, a beautiful community of people who love this industry.
And so we’re excited to start.”