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New Business: Ark Row clothing boutique Fiorla sells owner’s designs

Fiorla boutique owner Robyn Shore (right) helps Susan Smith of Tiburon pick out pants for an upcoming event. (Nick Shorten Jr. / For The Ark)

Fiorla boutique on Ark Row showcases owner Robyn Shore’s chic, casual line of women’s clothing.


The store, at 80 Main St., had its grand opening in September. It features Shore’s dresses, cardigans, jogger sets, pants, skirts and tops, all made to mix and match with patterns inspired by what Shore sees in everyday life.

Shore’s outfits are made of fine silk, grade-A cashmere and organic cotton, with some silk details blended into each piece. Nearly all her clothing is made in the U.S, except for her knits, which are made in Inner Mongolia.


The boutique also carries a few other brands, including Barbara Bui, Dorothee Schumacher, Eterene and Rag and Bone, as well as a selection of denim.

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