Photos: New Fashion & Jewellery Stores Open

December 6, 2012

Those looking to buy Christmas presents this year have a few more options since three new retail stores have recently opened on the island, while a fourth retail store is set to open in the coming days.

Exim Home Goods recently opened in Somerset, Guilty Pleasures and Atlantic Jewellery have opened in the Washington Mall and a fourth store is set to open soon which will also be located in the Washington Mall.

Launched by sisters Jamela and April Daniels, Guilty Pleasures is located on the Church Street level of the Washington Mall right next to Secrets.

Ms Daniels explained that the store sells accessories for the modern sophisticated woman, the Proactiv skin care line, hats, gloves, scarves, vintage pieces, and even doggie clothes for small and large dogs.

Jamela Daniels from Guilty Pleasures:

“We have a lot of one of a kind items,” said Ms Daniels. “Handmade items from different parts of the world…West Africa all the way to India.”

Jewellery designer Jacquie Lohan has been in business as Atlantic Jewellery for over ten years, and is well known for her artistic creations.

Jacquie Lohan from Atlantic Jewellery:

Until recently she operated from a workshop and sales outlet on Euclid Avenue, Pembroke but has recently moved to the lower floor of Washington Mall.

In her new location she continues to create new pieces as well as stock and sell pieces of jewellery made in Bermuda by other Bermudians.

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  1. Photos: ‘For Now By Sail On’ Store Opens | Bernews.com | December 22, 2012
  1. Fooled once, never twice says:

    Wow not one post on this story. If these were closures we would have had 250 comments. Congrats to all you entrepreneurs. I wish you all the best of luck.

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    • Blurt says:

      Wishing you all the best of fortunes. Go get em Ladies!

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    • theothersidebda says:

      Maybe no one is posting for these new businesses because Vince Ingham has astutely informed us that Business is evil...how dare these people try to make money.

      Best of luck ladies...show them you can do it despite the current mess we have been put in.

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    • Umjussayin says:

      Absolutely correct!

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  2. mixitup says:

    Yes, and they are interested in a "Better Bermuda" RIGHT!!

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  3. Proud says:

    Wish you all the best of luck!

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  4. Honestly says:

    Best wishes on your new adventures! Will see you soon!

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