HOBOKEN — A mobile fashion boutique, Nomad, is set to hit the road and roll up its doors outside of the Village Pourhouse, 205 First St., for a grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 13. The launch party will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will offer drink specials.
Nomad is a fully functioning boutique on wheels that operates out of the back of a 24’ long renovated stepvan with roughly 100 square feet of shopping space. The rear door rolls up, steps are attached, and it’s transformed into a boutique adorned with racks of trendy ladies’ fashions, accessories, and jewelry.
Nomad showcases the work of local designers and artisans, and offers a wide selection of handmade merchandise.
The curated mobile fashion boutique offers ladies’ fashions for under $100. The inventory is handpicked by Jessie Goldenberg, founder and CEO, who established Nomad after observing the overwhelming success of the food truck industry and the growing trend of pop-up shops.
“I want to build a (mobile) place where my customers - young, creative women - can have fun shopping without breaking the bank,” says Goldenberg, “A place that is convenient and affordable, inspiring and intimate. And of course there should be good music.”
For more information, or to book a private event with the truck, visit www.thenomadtruck.com.