The Red Wolf is an upscale emporium style shop carrying small designers of women's clothing, shoes, handbags, jewelry home furnishings and more. It is nestled in the lovely downtown of Saratoga Springs, NY. The Red Wolf has an ever changing and eclectic mix of beautiful items in the shop. The Red Wolf opened April 17, 2010.
In December 2009, Kendra and Mark, and their 2 huskies Nikita and Iko, packed up their life in Martha's Vineyard and settled into a 52 acre farm in West Glenville, NY complete with pond, barns and lots of wonderful trails. In January 2010, they began renovations on 15 Spring Street in downtown Saratoga Springs and began to create their long held dream of the Red Wolf. After several months of renovations and with the help and support of family members, the Red Wolf was ready to open.
On April 17, 2010 the dream came true when the doors of the Red Wolf opened on 15 Spring Street in downtown Saratoga Springs, NY. Kendra has always believed that beautiful things are the equilibrium of the soul. A "beautiful thing" can be your dog's face, a deer you spot on your early morning walk, a new spring flower, a cashmere sweater, a fantastic pair of boots, a great handbag, a sparkly piece of jewelry, a big fruit bowl, a painting, a candle, or a silky bar of soap. They all just make us feel happy and alive. Kendra has stocked the store full of wonderful and eclectic items that she has loved for years and the Red Wolf is always on the lookout for more new and wonderful things.
In addition to the wonderful things that Kendra buys and brings to the shop in Saratoga Springs, there is furniture made from reclaimed wood and created by Mark Yale. Mark creates these pieces in his barn in West Glenville and are on display in the shop in downtown Saratoga Springs.
Kendra Yale - Shop Owner and Buyer
Mark Yale - Red Wolf Accountant, Physical Plant Manager, Furniture Maker
The Red Wolf was named after Kendra and Mark's first husky, Lobo, who was red. He was the best boy ever and such a gentleman and is missed dearly each day.
"Wolves of all kind are welcome at the Red Wolf"