Donna Myrie is on the move! You know her, of course, from her title and crown (she was Miss Cayman in 1981) and from leading the Batabano parade (and organization she has led for the last 19 years).
For the last 37 years, Donna has also been leading the “style and fashion parade” in the Cayman Islands out of her signature boutique, Le Classique, which is now relocating from its Mary Street address to a sleek and elegant new store in the Strand Shopping Centre just off Seven Mile Beach Road (next to Paperman’s coffee shop).
Decades ago, when Donna first opened her doors, Le Classique featured a small and exclusive line of men’s and women’s shoes along with selected leather luggage handbags and accessories. That recipe hasn’t changed.
Today, the iconic brand LAND, highly regarded by those who know fine leather goods, is still exclusively retailed in the Cayman Islands at Le Classique.
In the selections available today for shoes, bags, billfolds, belts and travel-ware, leather is still the material of choice — and LAND is still the manufacturer of choice. LAND’s special qualities of appearance, wear-ability, and versatility are incomparable.
All of LAND products are manufactured with signature features that allow their leather items to last a lifetime. That’s what makes them classic, and that’s why you will find them only at Le Classique.
Consider this: LAND leatherware features waterproof linings (for those unexpected spills and easy clean-up afterward), sand-cast solid brass hardware, and reinforced stitched stress points with high tensile-strength nylon thread to ensure sure shoulder straps never fail. Highly trained craftsmen attend to every detail.
Le Classique’s goal is to provide both residents and visitors to the Cayman Islands with quality affordable leather goods with an emphasis on style and unsurpassed customer service.
Le Classique staff includes a friendly and knowledgeable complement of Caymanians, several who have been with Donna and Le Classique for more than 25 years. You know them, they know you, and they also know the finest in leather goods, shoes, and accessories.
Le Classique is certainly a household name in the Cayman Islands and has a well-deserved reputation as a retail fashion leader on the island. Over the years Le Classique locations have spanned George Town and Seven Mile Beach Road, and their recent flagship location on Mary Street.
Now Le Classique returns to the vibrant Seven Mile Beach corridor and is proud to welcome this holiday season its longtime friends and and sophisticated clientele to its new home.
As founder Donna Myrie says, “Happy Holidays Cayman! Come visit for a little shopping — and a lot of Caymanian Christmas cheer”!
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