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Consignment boutique for sneakers opening at 12th and Passyunk

Earlier this year, Addiction Boutique closed at 1713 S. 12th St. and was replaced by a short-lived consignment shop called Jillayne’s Boutique. Hopefully the next place coming in here has better luck.

Jillayne's Boutique and Consignment

Photo of the location earlier this year.

In recent years, collecting sneakers has become a bit of a trend. The purpose of this new shop is to bring a variety of hard-to-find sneakers to one location.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Jillayne’s Boutique and Consignment to open in former Addiction Boutique location

A new consignment shop and boutique is opening in the former Addiction Boutique location at 12th and Passyunk this April.

Jillayne's Boutique and Consignment

Jillayne’s Boutique and Consignment will carry consignment items from top designers like Louis Vuitton, Prada and Tom Ford.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Addiction Boutique closing up shop at 12th and Passyunk

Addiction Boutique, which has been located at 12th and Passyunk since June of 2013, is closing up shop.

Addiction Boutique

The boutique, which sold plenty of bold clothing options, was owned by Alicia DiMichele, who herself has a colorful history with mob connections and a stint on VH1’s show, “Mob Wives.”

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Passyunk boutique owner – being sentenced Thursday for helping mob hubby steal – is filming for ‘Mob Wives’

Alicia DiMichele, the owner of the new Addiction Boutique at 1713 S. 12th St., was spotted in Las Vegas filming for the VH1 show “Mob Wives,” and the New York Post says that has irked some Brooklyn prosecutors.

Addiction Boutique

DiMichele pleaded guilty to embezzlement conspiracy for  helping her husband steal tens of thousands of dollars from a Teamsters pension fund. She’s being sentenced Thursday and faces up to a $250,000 fine and four to 10 months in jail, the Post says.

Prosecutors, however, say that DiMichele neglected to mention she’d be getting a chunk of change for a reality TV show:

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