Men At Work 2021: Ronnie Gilboa & Eli Kadosh

Photo by Emiliano Brooks

Revival Boutique

Aligned in mind, body and spirit, Israeli-born “brothers from another mother” Revival Boutique owners Eli Kadosh and Ronnie Gilboa are health fanatics and fashion forces joined at the hip, sharing the same work ethic and gratitude for good health and hard earned good fortune.

“It’s not only the strong that survive, it’s the flexible ones,” says Eli, reflecting on the impact of the pandemic. This idea dovetails with their passion for providing chic, contemporary and versatile ladies’ comfort couture—and their belief that challenges bring out the best in them and their business.

What they do best is evident from the moment you step into any of their five Revival Boutiques from Boca to Delray, where a curated selection of top fashion brands adorns the racks, each personally cherry picked by Eli and Ronnie to suit that store’s unique demographic.

“People are not going out to restaurants and clubs like they used to, but they still want to feel good in our clothes and come in for much needed retail therapy, choosing from the latest trends from Flying Monkey, Just Black, Bella Dahl, Pete, Wooden Ship, Veronica M, Chaser, Generation Love and Blank NYC to name a few,” Ronnie says.

“Three generations from teens to grandmothers find their favorite accessories, outfits and separates at Revival, and enjoy the overall shopping experience with personalized attention. Our ultimate goal is that our customers will never forget the way we make them feel, every time they walk through our doors. That is our mission,” Eli and Ronnie say.

Woodfield Plaza • Delray Marketplace • Delray Place • Promenade at Coconut Creek • 561-563-8989 • Revivalboutiques.com

This sponsored content is from the May/June 2021 issue of Boca magazineFor more from this year’s Men At Work special section, click here.