By Georgia Grimond, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Featuring a small collection of hand-picked designers, Frey Kalioubi is a fashion-led boutique that sells some of Rio’s most cutting-edge clothes. The shop opened in July in Praça Tiradentes, a once-bustling seventeenth century square in Centro.
After looking at many neighborhoods including Leblon and Ipanema, Amran Frey, the owner, decided to open in Praça Tiradentes. The square, which is home to many large but sometimes neglected buildings, has in recent years become popular with artists and designers, many of whom have opened galleries . . .