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Angel's Closet Opens

A Binghamton woman is fulfilling a dream five years in the making by opening her own boutique on the Avenue in Endicott.
A Binghamton woman is fulfilling a dream five years in the making by opening her own boutique on the Avenue in Endicott.

Angel's Closet, at 4 Washington Ave near North St., features clothing for men, women and children from casual to formal. It's all one-of-a-kind items owner Patricia Gay imports from Toronto, France and Italy. Plus, she sells shoes, hats, gifts, jewelry and fragrances.

Gay is a former model whose always had an interest in fashion. She says the idea for an angel-themed store came to her in a dream five years ago.

"Sometimes the way you dress tells people about you. And also, your store reflects you, the person that you are. So, I want to be the face of Angel's Closet," said Gay.

Gay says she saw a need in Endicott and she believes in the future of the Avenue. She and her husband were joined at the ribbon cutting today by Town of Union and Endicott officials, friends and members of their church, Saint Michael's Orthodox Church in Binghamton. Angel's Closet is open 9 to 6:30 Monday through Friday and 8:30 to 6 on Saturdays.
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