SISTERS BRING CASUAL AND COOL TO LAKE COUNTY
ENAZ ON THE PARK CLOTHING LINES, ARTISAN JEWELRY, SPA BAR
MEET NEEDS OF STYLISH, POLISHED, PUT TOGETHER WOMAN…
…AND THOSE WHO WANT TO BE JUST THAT
LIBERTYVILLE – If she has that urban, contemporary look, chances are she got it from ENAZ On The Park, the trending 2,500-square-foot store in Libertyville.
Satisfying the fashion needs of the casual, polished, put together, on-the-go woman, and those who want to be just that, sisters Melinda Kaplan, Samantha Shapiro, and Lena Blitstein, and their mother and retail store founder, Susan Lurie, offer the newest, most notable clothing lines, vibrant looks, LOCAL artisan jewelry, handbags, accessories, and custom day spa that matter to their clients.
“We’ve been in downtown Libertyville facing Cook Park, the town’s often festival-like community gathering place, for over a year and the reception to our lines of clothing and one-of-a-kind jewelry selection from women throughout Lake County has been gratifying,” said Shapiro.
ENAZ (the acronym for Energy, Nature, Attitude, and Zest for life) On The Park, 111 W. Church Street, around the corner from Mickey Finn’s Brewery and a hundred steps west of Milwaukee Avenue, has cultivated a loyal following due to its dedication to community and family.
“As women and sisters, devoted to our families, socially active, on-the-go from early morning to night, we are our own demographic,” said Blitstein, who often attends Fashion Week events in New York City to keep up with the latest styles. “Our clients like what we like so it makes it easier for us to deliver what they need.”
“We’re more than just a store,” said Kaplan. “We listen carefully to the personal and professional fashion needs of our clients and make sure they go home confident in their selection. We truly care about how they look and feel in their different environments.”
Clients from as far away as Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles come to ENAZ On The Park for the wide variety of offerings…from vibrant t-shirts, chunky knitwear, and dressy pieces to custom jewelry to the more than 25 scented oils for blending into silky lotions and bath gels.
“When you walk in the store you see carefully chosen pieces on clean and organized racks and mannequins with the season’s hottest looks,” said Shapiro, who serves as buyer and merchandiser while Blitstein is buyer and head of marketing. Kaplan is director of operations.
ENAZ On The Park clothing lines feature Michael Stars, Sanctuary, J Brand, Genetic Jeans, Central Park West, and its own ENAZ 4 Life label.
Its jewelry offerings include local designers, Rita Ratskoff designs, Dana Rebecca Designs, Shoshanna Lee, Avaasi, Allison Fiutak, Graziela Gems, and many more.
The custom Spa Bar offers up lotions, bath gels, and perfume oils to treat the body and spirit as well as specialty baskets for special occasions and holidays.
ENAZ On The Park hosts many special trunk shows to showcase a variety of clothing and jewelry designers; the next jewelry event featuring Designs by Denise is from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on April 18.
ENAZ On The Park is a sponsor of, among other things, the upcoming Youth/Fine Arts Month, offering 20 per cent off one item for the duration of the event sponsored by the David Adler Music and Arts Center and running through March 28. On April 10, the store is hosting a She Lo Handbag Trunk Show with 10 per cent off each item.
Also on April 10, models will be wearing ENAZ On The Park’s latest trends when they walk the catwalk at Stevenson High School Fashion Show. From April 10 to April 17, ENAZ On The Park is offering 20 percent off for all participants and their mothers. On April 18 is a Designs by Denise Jewelry Trunk Show from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. They are Copper level sponsors of Libertyville Days from June 18-25.
ENAZ On The Park also provides free gift wrapping, a welcome service, especially for Mother’s Day.
The ENAZ concept was created and developed by Susan Lurie in 1993. In addition to ENAZ On The Park there are two other thriving locations; ENAZ, 444 Central Avenue, Highland Park (in Highland Park's fashionable downtown shopping district), and ENAZ for Life, 309 Happ Rd., Northfield (next to the Happ Inn).
ENAZ On The Park is open Monday through Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday from Noon to 4:00 p.m. For more information, please visit www.enaz.com, or call (847) 680-1111.