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  • cloud 9 clothing
    we thought it only appropriate to pay homage to one of the original trendsetters Cloud 9 Clothing 3201 St Paul Street 410 889 1330 and other locations Guys can browse for as long as the girls in sections devoted solely to fashionable vintage inspired menswear including must have lines like Penguin Ben Sherman Lucky Brand Paul Frank and Scotch Soda And if you re the kind of guy who can

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    The Can Company 2400 Boston Street 410 534 4200 houses boldly colored prints embellished frocks and fun designers like Free People Lucky Brand Tulle and Miss Me Try your luck with a neon green floor length dress or perhaps a

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    more accessories Located in the new development between a Starbucks and a Chipotle Mexican Grill this store at 2 130 square feet is nearly double the Cloud 9 Clothing in Canton This store is twice the size and twice the fun Shayotovich says jokingly Shayotovich describes Cloud 9 as a bit like Urban Outfitters and a Bit like Anthropologie But each Cloud 9 store is tweaked to suit it s

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    to the Can Company building in Canton Shayotovich said The next Cloud 9 store opened on the Avenue in Hampden in 2002 and stayed until 2005 It was a temporary site Shayotovich said Hampden did fine he said but the plan was always to move to Charles Village Another store opened in May 2004 in Belvedere Square where the couple also owns the clothing store Sweet Papaya It specializes in clothes for mothers as Cloud 9 caters to daughters he said The couple is trying to grow that store into a chain too he said There was one dud Shayotovich said a Cloud 9 in White Marsh that lasted one year He called it a failed try The former Cloud 9 in Hampden is now at Village Lofts 3201 St Paul St Canton is our number one store Shayotovich said But the Charles Village store has the potential for greater sales volume because of its location near Johns Hopkins University s Homewood campus as well as affluent north Baltimore neighborhoods he said I think Charles Village could outperform Canton pretty soon he said Shayotovich said he s not concerned that the condo building which opened earlier this year with 68 condos is only 25 percent filled and that the developer Struever Bros Eccles Rouse is behind schedule in building the Olmsted a complex with stores condos and a garage across the street I m somewhat disappointed that it s going to take another two years until the other side is done he said It would draw more people But he added I m amazed at how much foot traffic there is at the Village Lofts store which is next to a Chipotle chain restaurant Up to now Shayotovich and Rayadurg have hitched their wagon to Struever Bros which also redeveloped

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    now owns the clothing stores Cloud 9 and Sweet Papaya with her husband Randy Shayotovich Her stores feature trendy clothes like layered skirts and tie dyed shirts But Rayadurg who was born in India and emigrated to the United States in 1975 knows what it s like to be different Getting used to a new country is never easy It was quite a change she said It was helpful to already know the language I was the youngest one in the family so I fell into American culture quickly She recently opened Sweet Papaya in Belvedere Square which features clothes similar to Cloud 9 but aimed at the over 35 crowd Rayadurg started small running kiosks in the Towsontowne Center She and her husband decided they wanted to own a full store and now have four stores and are considering opening a fifth The hardest part for Rayadurg is keeping up with the competition We re always trying to be a little bit ahead of everyone else and different she said That s getting harder in Baltimore Shayotovich handles more of the business end of running the stores while Rayadurg focuses on the creativity of marketing their products She s

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    4200 as a youngish Anthropologie just a little funkier and more reasonably priced We can t get enough of Free People s cute embellished cardigans and peasant skirts or BCBG Girls sleek jersey separates Cloud 9 also carries loads of

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    similar success with a new store which under a new name will target a slightly older crowd slated to open at Belvedere Square in April With a current customer base that spans from teenagers to professional thirty somethings and now 35 to 40 year olds with the new store Rayadurg bets her city centered strategy will succeed The stores project a unique attitude she says We have sort of become a destination Cloud 9 has also become that rare thing in Baltimore a locally based chain at a time when retail success odds in the city are spotty Yet Cloud 9 has methodically over a decade gone from mall tchotchke kiosk to a multistore operation It s a strategy that makes tremendous business sense says Tim Hearn a principal with commercial realtor KLNB Retail Those locations all have tremendous access to a young hip urban population either single or newly married he says of the Hampden Canton and Belvedere Square stores And that population doesn t spend a lot of time in traditional mall locations Rayadurg and her husband Randy Shayotovich ran kiosks at the Towson mall in the early 1990s In 1997 one kiosk selling hippie style revival clothes

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    Barbara A Mikulski presented a commendation to Randy Shayotovich and Priya Rayadurg owners of Cloud 9 Clothing for their continued commitment to Baltimore City Cloud 9 Clothing a perennial City Paper and Baltimore Magazine Best of Baltimore winner currently operates

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