Showing posts with label an.mé. Show all posts
Showing posts with label an.mé. Show all posts

Friday, November 29, 2019

Coat drive at an.mé on 9th Street



Now through Dec. 6, an.mé, the boutique for kids and families on Ninth Street, is holding a coat drive for WIN (Women in Need), a social-services agency that helps women and children with housing and other critical needs.

Via the EVG inbox:

This year they are asking for preloved or new coats for kids ages 3-16 and winter accessories, same age range.

We have a collection box in the store and are offering anyone who brings in coats 15 percent off their purchase from us that day. They can even purchase items from us to donate and receive the 15 percent off that purchase.

The shop is at 328 E. Ninth St between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

Sunday, November 18, 2018

At Leah Tinari's book signing for 'Limitless' at an.mé on 9th Street



East Village-based artist Leah Tinari signed copies of her new illustrated book, "Limitless: 24 Remarkable American Women of Vision, Grit, and Guts," this afternoon at an.mé on Ninth Street.

EVG contributor Stacie Joy stopped by and shared these photos of Tinari...



... shown here with the owners of the boutique for kids and families here between First Avenue and Second Avenue... Melissa Scott (left) and Annie Ju (right)...





Previously

Saturday, November 17, 2018

A celebration of women tomorrow with Leah Tinari at an.mé on 9th Street



East Village resident and artist Leah Tinari has a new illustrated book out titled "Limitless: 24 Remarkable American Women of Vision, Grit, and Guts."

Here's more about it via publisher Simon & Schuster:

In the spirit of She Persisted, Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, and Rad American A-Z, acclaimed artist Leah Tinari offers a spectacular collection of portraits, celebrating iconic, inspirational, and groundbreaking American women.

Fine artist Leah Tinari’s stunning, spellbinding portraits honor the groundbreaking achievements and indelible impact of twenty-four extraordinary American women. These women’s dreams were without boundaries; their accomplishments limitless in their reach and lasting power.

Tinari’s list is comprised of trailblazers, whose vision, grit, and guts paved the way not only for the generations to come, but for Tinari’s own artistic journey. These women include Louisa May Alcott, Rachel Carson, Julia Child, Shirley Chisholm, Ellen Degeneres, Ray Eames, Eve Ensler, Carrie Fisher, Dian Fossey, Aretha Franklin, Betsey Johnson, Carol Kaye, Yuri Kochiyama, Liz Lambert, Lozen, Shirley Muldowney, Tracey Norman, Annie Oakley, Georgia O’Keefe, Dolly Parton, Kimberly Pierce, Gilda Radner, Sojourner Truth, and Abby Wambach.

Tomorrow, Tinari is signing copies at an.mé, the boutique for kids and families at 328 E. Ninth St. (between First Avenue and Second Avenue) from noon to 5 p.m.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

an.mé launches visiting artist series tomorrow with Leah Tinari



Tomorrow (Sunday!) from noon to 5 p.m., East Village-based artist Leah Tinari (from Avenue Sea Creatures) will be at an.mé — the boutique for kids and families — at 328 E. Ninth St between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

Co-owner Melissa Scott shared this info: "Leah will be in store hand painting, free of charge, items that our customers have purchased from us that day."

You can check out Leah's work here.

Find more info here.

This marks the first event of the store's visiting artist series.

Friday, October 31, 2014

A new boutique for kids and families on East 9th Street



As you can see from the above flyer, an.mé — a boutique for kids and families — has its grand opening today at 328 E. Ninth St between First Avenue and Second Avenue from noon to 7 p.m.

Business partners Melissa Scott and Annie Ju opened the shop several weeks ago ...

"We are really excited to be able to open a store in the East Village," Scott said. "We have lived her for almost 15 years and wouldn't want to be in business anywhere else."

And the store has extended a special discount to readers for 10% off their entire purchase when they mention EV Grieve today through Sunday.