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New kids boutique in Issaquah

Eve Kids Boutique is an interactive shopping experience

  • Friday, October 16, 2020 10:39am
  • Business

Another place to share a special moment with the kids has opened up in Issaquah, at the new Eve Kids Boutique.

The location in Gilman Village offers kids clothes, toys, books and games. The space is also intend to entertain with films playing, interactive book areas and a full outdoor patio. Once COVID-19 restrictions allow, the 3,000 square foot space will also have a kid friendly beverage bar and event space for children’s parties, according to a press release.

According to the release. the goal of Eve Kids is to create an “atmosphere of laid-back luxury while curating wonderful products from across the country.” Eve Kids also sells local clothing brands including Beet World and Hen & Co. The store is an expansion for the local entrepreneur and Eve Kids owner Samantha Lawrence.

“We’re excited to share this fun new space with our customers and community,” Lawrence stated in a press release. “This has definitely been a challenging time to expand, but we’re committed to offering unique children’s clothing, toys, accessories and more online or in store. We’re looking forward to all of the additional layers we can implement when the Governor’s guidelines allow.”

More information on the boutique is available at evekids.net or on Instagram @EveKids_.




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