Upscale denim emporium opens Friday in South End
March 15, 2016 - fall Denim
Upscale denim boutique Blue Hem will open in South End’s Camden Gallery on Friday.
This is Blue Hem’s initial standalone store. The tradesman offers a accumulation of high peculiarity denim attire for group and women, with products trimming from about $150 to $300.
The boutique during 1750 Camden Road will horde a grand opening with drinks and song 5-8 p.m. opening day.
Blue Hem is a first sell tenant to have sealed with Camden Gallery, a multifamily plan between West Boulevard and Kingston Avenue that includes scarcely 9,000 block feet of sell space. Blaze Pizza has also pronounced it’ll open a initial Charlotte emporium in a Camden development.
The denim store was ostensible to have non-stop final fall, though government has pronounced construction delays pushed behind a opening.
“It’s been a prolonged time coming, so we are super vehement it is so close,” owners Suzy McIntosh said.
Blue Hem’s opening fits a trend in South End. Charlotte developers have been looking to fill a retail blank in a neighborhood with, for example, a further of brands like Anthropologie and Free People in Atherton Mill. They contend a idea is to have a brew of internal and inhabitant retailers of food and “soft goods,” like apparel, valuables and footwear.