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Amy Lynn Chase: 13 to Watch in Central Mass in 2013

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

 

This year was a strong one for local shop owner and vintage visionary, Amy Lynn Chase. Her mobile retro chic mobile, Haberdash Vintage, has been featured on the Today Show, the New York Times Style Map, and many Boston-based publications.

2012 saw the transformation of that idea. Chase went from her traveling shop to something a little more stationary, still keeping all of the innovation.

Chase opened Crompton Collective, an open space located in the Canal District filled with various vintage and designer vendors. The location gives shoppers the delight of finding many unique styles and items all in one place, and to top it off, Chase is celebrating the shopís expansion with a cafÈ coming soon.

The building features clothing, furniture, crafts, and creative idea, and thereís no doubt that Chase will continue to make this space one of Worcesterís hottest outlets.

Chase opened her latest venture this fall, after years of running mobile fashion shops, carrying on a family tradition of antiquing.

"When it comes together in one place, it'll all make sense," Chase said.

Crompton Collective is on the edge of all things trendy, with its refurbished and repurposed retro items, homemade crafts, and chic styles. Simple Home Life, Junk in the Trunk, The Gypsy Cart, The Cozy Nook, and My Trouvaille are just a few of the shops featured in Chaseís creative melting pot of antiques and clothing.

If you're in the market for that perfect gift, new favorite clothing item, or something just right for that empty space in your home, Crompton Collective has all you need.

Chase's new venture has gotten rave reviews, and itís no question that the local scene is just waiting to partake in her future endeavors. Keep an eye on Crompton Collective in 2013. The shop's early success is a good sign for things to come.

 

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