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Three Dynamic Local Businesses Stand Out After Pico Boulevard Redevelopment
The redevelopment of Pico Boulevard includes a retail space shared by three dynamic women-owned businesses at 5406 Pico Boulevard.
Sculpted Silhouette is owned by Lorne Wellington. Wellington is a Certified Bra Fit Specialist who spends most of her time fitting women for the correct size bra. Wellington consults breast cancer survivors, nursing mothers, plus size women, and hard to fit women.
Princess K Creations is owned by Samantha Squalls. Squalls has a gift wrapping and paper company with a personalized touch. Princess K Creations offers one-of-a-kind gift wrapping, greeting cards, gift baskets, custom invitations and other paper items.
Cultural Interiors is owned and operated by Gail Hawkins. Hawkins has the perfect mix of one-of-a-kind items encompassing Africa, Asian, South American East Indian, and traditional styles. Hawkins sources the most unique art and home décor items from around the world.
Pico Boulevard has been redeveloping over the years and now has a new mix of stores and restaurants but for years has been predicted to be the next big shopping district. More and more stores have made it their home. The new development has attracted shoppers from all over and from many different cultures. There are now a variety of stores and restaurants offering sidewalk seating. In the past when you thought of Pico Boulevard you may have thought of Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles or Sky’s Tacos.
Princess K Creations