Pura Vida Vintage on Music Row Temporarily Closed Due to Fire

Pura Vida Vintage on Music Row Temporarily Closed Due to Fire

On Monday, September 22nd, 2014, the Big Red Barn on Music Row caught fire and ravaged the building, heavily damaging or destroying Pura Vida Vintage's one of a kind clothing, accessories and gowns.  This landmark building, built originally as a home in the 1880s, was the perfect fit for a vintage clothing business and Krystle cherished this location that catered to musicians, celebrities and tourists alike.  

Krystle Ramos, the owner and curator of Pura Vida Vintage had put her heart and soul into PVV for the last 19 months.  She is now literally picking up the pieces, trying to clean and restore what she can and reopen her sole source of income to support her family.  Krystle is passionate about vintage clothing and passionate about her customers.  She had no insurance on her inventory or fixtures.  

Pura Vida Vintage was co-located with Only One Tailoring, who was also devasted by the fire.  They are currently looking for a new space and she would love to relocate with them.  The link to their relief fund is HERE.

Pura Vida has a wish list to help with expenses, restoration, relocation and continued success as a small business in Nashville, TN. 

Thank you in advance for your contribution and support for this business and the Ramos family!