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This past weekend Cram for Her was finally completed and is now open for business. Owner, Marc Engel started juggling three spaces in the stretch of Broadway between Roscoe and Buckingham when his business first started to grow. After careful transitions between storefronts and remodels we are happy to see that the final move toward making a cohesively designed and merchandised set of retail operations is complete.
Cram for Her, like the Cram for Him and Cram for Kids stores have cedar clad accent walls, shiny oak floors and vintage fixtures that lend themselves nicely to displaying brands like Calvin Tran, TokyoMilk, Palmer Cash, Lacoste, and Murval. Now that Marc has re-organized, he expects the business to continue to grow and expects evolution of his brand but has no plans for rapid expansion.
· Cram [Official Site]