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Kane Realty Corporation is excited to announce that Voda Boutique, a locally owned women’s fashion retailer, will be opening in the Lassiter District at North Hills. Located between The Spectacle and Von Kekel Aveda Salon & Spa, the store is projected to open Spring 2019.
“We are excited to welcome Voda Boutique to North Hills,” said John Kane, CEO of Kane Realty Corporation. “They offer both national brands and unique pieces from local artists. We are certain they will be successful in this location.”
Kayla Brewer Cheek, owner and founder, officially opened Voda Boutique in June 2017 in Downtown Raleigh. In addition to carrying national brands such as Amuse Society, Spell & The Gypsy, and For Love & Lemons, Voda stocks an assortment of locally-made goods such as La Botella candles and hanging planters and framed prints from Blue Barn Photography.
Giving back to the local community was also a founding platform for Voda. “Raleigh has always held a special place in my heart and always felt like home. Not only do I love the vibe of the city, but I love what the community stands for – giving back,” said Cheek. Most recently, Voda partnered with House of Landor to host their 2nd annual fashion show benefitting CATCH, a local organization that raises money and awareness for the homeless children of Wake County. In 2019, Cheek looks forward to working with more local non-profit organizations to raise awareness and give back.
For more information about Voda Boutique, visit ShopVoda.com.