'Real Housewives of NJ' Boutique 'Envy by Melissa Gorga' Closed


MONTCLAIR, N.J. - A featured part of the last season of "The Real Housewives of NJ", "Envy by Melissa Gorga" is now closed.

Kim DePaola, another star of RHONJ, told NJ.com today that Melissa's partner, Jackie Robinson, cleaned the store's inventory out last night after deciding to no longer manage the shop anymore. DePaola said she is hosting an "Envy Liquidation Sale" with Jackie at her shop in Allentown, Thursday.

Patrons were greeted with a sign that said the shop was "temporarily closed due to inventory", and will reopen.

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The Envy website was also down, but according to DePaola, Melissa plans on reopening under her own management.

Currently an announcement for an eighth season of the show has yet to be announced, and filming has not commenced yet.

TAPinto will keep you posted on a reopening or any announcements about the future of the shop.

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