It never fails. You compliment someone on their clothing and when you hear them say the word vintage, there’s always that sting.
Upon entering the storefront for Treetops Collective on South Division Avenue, it immediately becomes clear that people are at work. Commercial sewing machines are positioned along the street-side window; long tables overflow with fabric, beads and half-finished products; shelves are stacked with T-shirts, onesies and cloth baskets for sale. Women talk, laugh and enjoy each other’s company.
The new activewear shop TO & FRO helps you look good during yoga, at the gym or while running (your life).
A furniture showroom and interior design firm has moved into the former MoDiv space and it is quickly gaining attention from interested passersby.
The boutiques of Hudsonville want to help you say adios to summer.
If you are the outdoorsy type, you’ll be excited to hear that REI Co-op announced plans to open a new 20,000 square-foot store in the area.
Emily Smith had been in the nursing field for 19 years. In March of 2014, she began feeling restless in the healthcare industry. After a family trip to the Music Capital of the World, Nashville, Tennessee had Smith making a big decision—changing the tune of her whole life.
With the school year just around the corner, you might be feeling like it’s time to redecorate to prepare for more time spent inside. Spend the rest of this summer giving your home a makeover with the help of MODRN GR.
A new line of apparel celebrates Traverse City. Lifestyle brand Lakes & Grapes launched its first line of apparel two weeks ago.
Local favorites, hidden gems and must-see destinations in each of the city’s neighborhoods.