Boutique


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Boutique

A small, specialized brokerage firm that offers limited services and products to a limited number of clients. Antithesis of financial supermarket.

Boutique

A small brokerage and investment advisory firm that offers highly personalized services to a select group of individuals. Boutiques have only a few clients.

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Celebrating 25 years of continued support in New York, La Maison du Chocolat will hostLa Nuit du Chocolat , with free tastings open to the public, in three of its boutiques (1018 Madison Avenue, 63 Wall Street, and 30 Rockefeller Center) on the evening of October 22[sup.
At My Little Jules boutique you will find hand-picked boutique girls clothing, shoes and accessories for girls ages 3 months through 14 years
This boutique is growing at a quick rate and is hoping to reach more customers and open a new clothing line by the end of the year.
Since inn Shrager and Steven Rubell in 1984 first opened the doors to Midtown Manhattan's Morgans, the original boutique hotel, it became clear that this new approach to lodging would become a hit, Initially, Morgans' design and attention to detail offered guests a distinct and stylish, yet also functional experience that could be found nowhere else.
Whether you're looking for a unique evening gown, office wear for the nine-to-five, everyday casual wear or a gift for a friend, Boutique Milla has plenty of options.
A boutique hotel is one that offers something special to its guests, its concept and look depending on where the hotel is located.
The association has reported that its commitment is supported by hospitality industry leaders, and international boutique property owners and suppliers.
Others, such as Marriott's Edition brand, being developed in partnership with boutique hotel pioneer Ian Schrager, are in the pipeline.
1 -- color) Julia, left, and Nina Werman offer everything from clothing to manicures to food at their Valley boutique in Manhattan's increasingly hip Lower East Side neighborhood.
But people go to the boutique hotels to see and be seen, to enjoy the hype.
Obviously, as boutique services expand throughout the economy, we will see likeminded enterprises springing up in far humbler sectors.
Hard cases, such as the Rushdie fatwa, force the hand of the strong multiculturalist and reveal him to be either a boutique multiculturalist or no multiculturalist at all--for if he goes all the way and embraces the fatwa, he becomes a "uniculturalist" who approves the ef fort to stamp out opposing points of view.