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The owners of Uber Boutique describe it as a lifestyle store with a mix of both home and fashion pieces. Formerly called Haus, the items for the home include a mix of vintage, reproduction and modern pieces with an eccentric flair. Carmel City Center will be a second location for Uber, which currently has a store in Broad Ripple.
Uber is not your typical store as it is constantly changing. Co-owner Anne Branham said, “we want it to be your favorite store, whether you’re in the market for what we have or not. We want people to feel comfortable to stop in and become inspired by how things are displayed. The hope is that you are encouraged to try something different with your home or fashion.”
Its collections are ever-changing and customers are drawn in by the fun and exciting window displays created by co-owner, Heidi Woodman, a Heron Art School grad and interior designer. Heidi oversees the home collection while Anne gravitates toward the clothing, which she describes as stylish yet comfortable. Its lines include Velvet, Michael Stars, Splendid, Language, Burning Torch, Michael Gonzales and Ella Moss, among others.
The community concept of Carmel City Center is a great fit for Uber. It plans to take advantage of the many activities going on in the neighborhood by staying open until 7 or 8 p.m. in the evenings to accommodate the dinner crowd. It may also open earlier on Saturdays so that those attending the Carmel Farmers Market can stop in and peruse their wares.
Uber is now open.