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Austin American Statesman's "2011 Out & About 500: Style” List

Sept 2011

Includes Jane Vanisko McCan of shopshiki.com.

 

Austin American Statesman's "2010 Out & About 500: Style” List

June 2010

Includes Jane Vanisko McCan of shopshiki.com.

 

Austin Shines - Presented by Eliza Page and Launch 787

April 30, 2010

Shiki owner Jane Vanisko McCan helped judge the contest and spoke in the seminar panel for preparing jewelry collections for wholesale and retail sale.

Winners announced here

 

All Things Pop Culture - "Obsession of the Moment: Cecilia de Bucourt Studded Scarves"

October 22, 2009 blog

"Studs are one of the hottest trends for the fall! They work on almost any accessory but what better way to showcase them then by donning a studded scarf? Cecelia De Bucourt’s studded scarves are a fabulous way to get a little edge. A definite must-have for fall! The scarves come in three different combinations: black with gold studs, gray with silver studs, and gray with silver studs and chain. There is no doubt that these will be your new favorite statement accessory. If you are in the Austin area, stop by Shiki on 2nd Street to get yours before they run out."

Read the blog

 

Lucky Magazine - "Top 10 Lists: Where to Shop in Austin"

October 13, 2009 blog and November 2009 issue

"Seemingly overnight, a strip of West Second Street in downtown Austin morphed into the city's go-to shopping area, and Shiki was the first to open its doors. It's our preferred source for rising names like
Fiona Paxton, Alexis Hudson, Cecilia De Bucourt, and Dana Kellin - and the store's elegantly exotic decor is echoed in the clothing."

See the Full 'Top 10 Austin' List

 

Austin Monthly - "Austin's Fashion Black Book - 148 of the best shops in town for men's, women's and children's fashions"

October 2009

"Shiki: As the first shop to open in the 2nd Street District, Shiki (which means "four seasons" in Japanese) established itself early as a place for women to find flirty daywear and sophisticated looks for nighttime. Pretty Jay Godfrey tops, cool handbags by Posse and Fiona Paxton's new hand-beaded necklaces are some highlights at this boutique with established and emerging designers."

 

Austin American Statesman's "Out & About - 2009 Fortunate 500”

September 2009

Includes Jane Vanisko McCan of Shiki in Austin's 'Style' list.

 

Lucky Magazine - "Deal of the Day! SHOPSHIKI.COM"

August 18, 2009

"Raid the months-old cyber spin-off of this longstanding Austin, Texas, store for covetable clothing and accessories: textured Botkier handbags, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent ruffled tops, and more. Through September, enter 'BREAK0909' at checkout to save 20 percent on all regularly priced items."

 

Austin American Statesman - "Paxton's Chains link you to her celebrity fans"

August 13, 2009

"Sometimes you have to add some drama to your neckline to make a bold style statement. That's why Fiona Paxton's line of necklaces might be worth a look. Selections from her collection are available at Shiki (225 W. Second St. 391-0123, www.shopshiki.com) and range from $266 to $352. Paxton, who's a Londoner, was a textile designer for Moschino, Armani and Chloé. She became fascinated by the jewelry-making process in India. Each of her selections is a tightly patterned beaded mosaic using strands of silver- and gold-colored chains and beads. Her designs have been worn by Paris Hilton, Drew Barrymore and Hilary Duff."

 

Crave Austin - “The Urban Girl's Manifesto - The ultimate guide to the places women CRAVE in Austin, including more than 100 women you need to know.”

August 2009

“...a savvy, quality-of-lifestyle book devoted entirely to the best local businesses, owned by women."  Shiki's Jane Vanisko McCan is included in the mix of these entrepreneurs.

 

Fox 7 News - "Austin Fashion Awards"

Aired July 19, 2009

Live clip from the 'Austin Fashion Awards' shows award presenters Jane Vanisko McCan of Shiki and Dean Fredrick of Dean Fredrick Designs announce a winner.

Watch the video clip

 

Austin Fashion Awards - 'Critic's Pick' Nominee

July 2009

Best Overall Women's Boutique

 

News 8 Austin: Fashionably 8 - “Sales lure Fashion Week shoppers to 2nd Street”

Aired July 17, 2009

Fashion Week segment interviews Jane Vanisko McCan during the 'Shaken not Stirred Happy Hour' at Shiki.

 

KUT - “Moody on the Mecca”

Aired July 14, 2009

Radio interview featuring Shiki and Austin Fashion Week with Julie Moody on KUT.

 

Austin Tidbits - "More Than Words"

June 30, 2009

The customizable, vintage world coin necklaces from Alisa Michelle, located at Shiki, are featured on this site which is known for providing  "the inside scoop for the gal about town".

 

Austin American Statesman - "The Austin Experience

April 25, 2009

"Second to none: For shopping and dining, the liveliest part of downtown Austin - and getting livelier by the minute - is Second Street. Try on dresses at shops such as Shiki and Minx or buy your dog a sweater at Lofty Dog. Then enjoy dinner at Taverna, Cru Wine Bar or the hot new upscale Mexico Bistro La Condessa and its lounge Malverde. You can park under City Hall."

 

Tribeza - "Indie Spirit: Shopping local has never looked so good - or been so important

April 2009

"With decor that's warm and welcoming and a selection of stylish pieces that will make your mouth water, Shiki, which has been a recognizable brand for more than a decade, is known for showcasing up-and-coming designers and high-quality collections. New for spring are the carnelian mix wrap bracelets by Chan Luu and long, flow-y dresses by Jay Godfrey and Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent. Stay up to date on top shop picks by visiting the 'Shiki faves' highlighted on the web site."

 

Austin American Statesman - "Style: Spring trends have 1970's flair

March 12, 2009

Fringe is part of the '70s retro revolution being spotted around Austin. Possé New York's leather handbag is $484 at Shiki.

 

Guidespot - “Best Women's Clothing”

February 2009

Audience Winner

 

Austin American Statesman - "Style: What will be the most fashionable styles of 2009?

January 8, 2009

A panel of Austin experts offer a list of surprising answers that might shape your wardrobe for the new year.

Jane Vanisko McCan, owner of Shiki:

"Shelve your short, boxy dress styles. 2009 is the comeback year for long dresses. Fitted silhouettes in silk, and in jersey, with details such as ruffles and pleats are among my favorites for spring. Twelfth Street, T-Bags and Gypsy have the most versatile selections - perfect for Austin. I love texture and gravitate to the more yummy, luxurious fabrics when I select styles for my store."

 

Austin Monthly - "Style: Party Perfect"

December 2008

"Stay warm and make an entrance with this dramatic satin-lined coat."  Faux fur toast tie coat by Saja, at Shiki, Austin, TX.

 

Lucky - "How-to: What works for me?" & "Party Ready"

December 2008

Both sections feature styles from Raina Belts found at Shiki in Austin, TX

 

Texas Monthly: Fashion - “Shopping Report”

September 2008

“With a solid selection of day and night wear for every occasion, Shiki has options for casual or splashier events. Standouts include embellished tops by Castle Starr, silk blouses by Amanda Uprichard, stretch knits and crepe de chine silks with origami detailing by Bensoni, and semiprecious stone earrings and necklaces from Dana Kellin. The sales staff is always friendly and never overbearing - creating a much-appreciated atmosphere that many boutiques would do well to imitate.”

 

Austin American Statesman - “2008 Fortunate 500”

August 2008

Lists Jane Vanisko McCan of Shiki as an influence on Austin Style.

 

Lucky - “Guide to the Best Boutiques in America 2008”

July 2008

Features Shiki in Austin as one of the best boutiques in America.

 

Condé Nast Traveler -

“Quick Trips - Your guide to: Good Grooves in Austin”

May 2008

“Take a break from gallery-hopping and explore the Second Street Design District, a walkable stretch of boutiques that has sprung up seemingly overnight. Of note: Mercury Design Studio, for its selection of found objects from around the world (209 W. 2nd St.; 512-236-0100); Shiki, a well-edited selection of labels from rising designers (225 W. 2nd St.; 512-391-0123); and Eliza Page, a modern space stocking fine jewelry, much of it by local artists (229 W. 2nd St.; 512-474-6500).”

 

Self - “15 Minutes to Your Best Self: Cities don't have to be stress central. Make your next urban foray a feel-good venture with a calming agenda”

April 2008

Shop and Celebrate Austin: “Hit the Second Street shopping district to stop into Shiki before drinking a glass of bubbly al fresco at Cru wine bar.”

 

American Way Magazine - “Big Tex - The big state with big dreams
has earned its spot as a big tourist destination.”

April 15, 2008

Article lists Shiki as the place to shop in Austin:

“For the best in fashion from up-and-coming designers, Shiki is the place to shop. Trendy and sophisticated yet still laid-back (reminiscent of the city itself), the store is where fashionistas go to scoop up finds that won't be on every fashion-forward woman in town.”

Read the full story

 

Modern Luxury Dallas - “Capitol Gains: Legendary Austin Weird
cleans up nice as the luxe side of the city flaunts its stuff”

February 2008

“Loaded with sheath dresses and hip lines including Kooba handbags and Bensoni, Shiki was the first boutique in the 2nd Street shopping district. Owner Jane Vanisko McCan foresees fitted silhouettes for springtime, along with yellow, aqua, and gold metallics.”

 

Good Morning America - “Mommy Mixer: The New Way to Find a Sitter”

December 2007

Event was hosted at Shiki and aired nationally December 31, 2007

 

Citysearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2007

Audience Winner

 

eat.shop.austin. - “2nd edition”

December 2007

“i have a dirty little secret. when i'm not on the road, eating and shopping from coast to coast, i'm at home putting together these books while wearing some pretty scary outfits. after a couple of weeks of being the super-blob, i'm ready to look like an attractive human again and wear pretty clothes. and if i needed to pretty-up my wardrobe, shiki would be the place i would head straight to. nobody carries lovelier things than jane, and she has that incredible ability to see exactly what will look perfect on each customer. so, secret blobs of austin, come to shiki to re-find the chic, sleek you”

 

Lucky - “The 50 Best Stores in Texas”

December 2007

“Shiki: Seemingly overnight, a strip of West Second Street in downtown Austin morphed into the city's go-to shopping area, and Shiki was the first to open doors in the successfully re-envisioned corridor. It's our preferred source for rising names like Castle Starr, Fluet, and Bensoni - and the store's elegant exoticism (it's done up with Bisazza-tile-paved counters and dark wood displays) is echoed in the clothing.” 225 W. Second St. AUSTIN 512.391.0123

 

XL ENT - “XL Fortunate 500”

May 2007

Austin's Fortunate “Style” list includes Jane Vanisko McCan from Shiki.

 

Tribeza - “Noteworthy”

March 2007

Tribeza's “Noteworthy” page features Shiki Uptown's Grand Re-Opening.

 

People Style Watch

March 2007

Shows the 3GR denim miniskirt found at Shiki, Austin TX.

 

Top Ten in Austin

March 2007

Lists Shiki as one of the Top Ten Best Places to Shop in Austin.

 

Austin Woman Magazine

February 2007

Women in Fashion + Beauty section features Jane Vanisko McCan of Shiki.

 

The Austin Chronicle - “After a Fashion”

January 2007

Column highlights Shiki Uptown's Grand Re-Opening and new location at Guadalupe 31.

 

Citysearch Austin - “Editorial Winner”

End of Year 2006

Best Women's Clothing

 

ME TV / Music Entertainment Television -
“Airwaves Program with Dru Fay”

Aired September 11, 2006

Highlights include interviews with Shiki's Jane Vanisko McCan and DJ Claude 9 during the Tribeza Boutique Crawl downtown in 2nd Street District.

 

Modern Luxury's - “Haute in the Hills”

August 2006

Special Promotion for Austin Retail

“Shiki means four seasons and the boutique certainly offers a fabulous fashion solution for any event or occasion. Since its opening in October 1998, Shiki has distinguished itself as the source for distinctively unique fashion from up and coming designers you won't find in other boutiques. The incredibly hip interior is just like the fashion selections - chic enough to make a statement on their own with minimal assistance from accessories. The selection is truly superior and owner Jane Vanisko McCan works hard to make sure it's equally versatile and reasonably priced. Add in an extensive selection of trendsetting accessories and an incredibly friendly sales staff and you have the recipe for true style success.”

 

Jewell - “Afterhours”

Summer 2006

New feature (a candid look at Austin's favorite boutique owners) highlights Jane Vanisko McCan of Shiki.

 

Lucky

June 2006

Shows the gold nugget necklace by jewelry designer Arianne Jeannot, found at Shiki in Austin, TX.

 

Austin American Statesman's XL Ent - “The XL Fortunate 500”

May 11, 2006

“People Who Dress Austin's Fashion Social Scene” Lists Shiki's owner, Jane Vanisko McCan, in the Fashion Stars section.

 

Downtown Austin on KLRU - “Roll the Presses”

7:30pm April 27, 2006

Follows the recent 2nd Street District newspaper feature with interviews highlighting Shiki and other merchants on 2nd Street.

 

CitySearch SXSW Visitor's Guide

March 2006

Lists Shiki as one of its Top Shop picks in Austin.

 

Texas Monthly - “Texas Fine Arts Festival Feature”

March 2006

“Determined to visit every artist's booth and then stay for dancing till dawn? Look pretty as a picture all day long in a halter dress-the rage at market in Los Angeles, says Jane Vanisko McCan, owner of chic Shiki. “The easy, breezy dresses are perfect to wear all day and into the night,” she says. In silk, chiffon, or jersey, they come in billowy midcalf and ankle lengths and a variety of patterns—a much more creative approach to festival garb than the predictable blue jeans and T-shirt.”

 

The Oprah Magazine

February 2006

O's Picks features a beaded bib front shirt, by Twelfth Street, found at Shiki, in Austin, TX.

 

CitySearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2005

Audience Winner

 

eat.shop.austin. - “A guide to the most interesting shopping in Austin”

November 2005

“Shiki is pretty, pretty, pretty. Even though the new location is downtown, the vibe is uptown—not in a snooty way, but in a really sexy upcoming designers type of way. The thoughtful and just so sweet Jane has put together two stunning worlds for the Austin shopper. Not only is there the new store, but there's also the original location filled with everyday wearables that everyone from the ages of 15 to 50 loves to wear. In between the two, you'll find items that will make you glow with joy.”

 

Austin American Statesman -
“Second Street Shopping Open for Business”

December 1, 2005

Business section revisits the progress of Shiki and it's christening of Second Street District.

 

Austin American Statesman - “New Slew of Stores”

July 21, 2005

Life & Style column promotes Shiki and upcoming 2nd street boutiques.

 

Austin American Statesman - “Second Chance”

June 25, 2005

Article highlighting Shiki and Downtown Austin's 2nd Street District.

 

Jewell

June 2005

Boutique section spotlights Shiki and its uptown location

 

Austin American Statesman's XL Ent - “The XL Fortunate 500”

May 12th, 2005 

The Stars of Austin's Social Universe: includes Shiki's owner, Jane Vanisko McCan, in the Fashion Stars section

 

Downtown Austin on KLRU - “2nd Street District”

8 pm May 12th, 2005

Features Shiki

 

Downtown Austin on KLRU - “Austin's Fashion Scene”

8 pm, April 28th, 2005

Highlights the Club de Ville fashion show and Shiki

 

Ambush Makeover on Fox

April 27th, 2005

National television program featuring clothing by Shiki

 

Austin American-Statesman - “Second Street Shops are Filling Up”

March 30, 2005

Article featuring Shiki and its newest location

 

Lucky - “Biggest Crowd-Pleaser”

November 2004

Names Shiki as the Biggest Crowd-Pleaser in Austin

“Proprietor Jane Vanisko McCan has made Shiki a favorite among UT undergrads and young professionals due to her shop's mellow, Japanese-minimalist vibe and range of everyday-wearable labels like Lotta and Earnest Sewn.”

 

Fox 7 News

March 24, 2004

Interview featuring Shiki and Fashion Central aired live

 

The Lucky Shopping Manual - “Cool Stores Around the Country”

November 2003

Lists Shiki as one of the “Cool Stores Around the Country”

“Hard-to-find upstart designer labels are the specialty here.”

 

Ambush Makeover on Fox

November 19th, 2003

National television program featuring clothing by Shiki

 

CitySearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2003

Editorial Winner

 

Austin Monthly - “The Austin Look”

March 2003

Transition to Texture style page features the pinstripe gauchos and silk print blouse from Shiki.

 

Lucky

March 2003

Features rare vintage glass earrings by designer Robin Woodard, found at Shiki in Austin, Texas.

 

News 8 Austin: Fashionably 8 - “Shiki Business Doing Well”

Aired May 30, 2002

Interview highlights a successful first 3 years for Shiki.

 

CitySearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2002

Editorial Nominee

 

Lucky

March 2002

Features Austin boutiques

“Shiki's hard-to-find upstart labels are the specialty at this minimally-decorated boutique (notably the first store in Austin to carry slim-cut Red Engine jeans). At the moment, gauzy cotton peasant tops by T-Bags and Tylie perforated-suede purses (which can be customized with your name studded on the strap for an additional $10) are customer favorites. But it pays to check out the whole store: Shiki also has exclusives on hippie-ish Kablan chiffon tops.”

 

CitySearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2001

Editorial Nominee

Audience Winner

 

In Style

March 2001

Runway to Reality feature shows Shiki's silk tube top by Filippa.

 

CitySearch Austin - “Best Women's Clothing”

End of Year 2000

Editorial Nominee

 

Women's Wear Daily - “Austin's Power”

March 2000

Features Austin boutiques: Shiki, Therapy, By George, Susan Dell and St. Thomas

 

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