Teadora Adds A Touch Of Brazil To Seattle’s Pacific Place
The Teadora experience is on full display at Pacific Place in Seattle, but it won’t be for long. The Brazil-inspired skincare brand has set up a 200-square-foot temporary store at the shopping center through September 2nd as it tests strategies for solidifying customer relationships. The pop-up houses ...
Beauty E-Commerce Websites Dropped From Shopify Payments Processing Service
Following 14 months of preparation, Bella Vérité launched on Feb. 15 with 30 leading natural beauty brands, including Agent Nateur, Ilia, Indie Lee, Josh Rosebrook, Pai Skincare and Vapour Organic Beauty, using Shopify Inc.’s e-commerce platform and ...
Aillea Tests Its Retail Concept Beyond Denver With Atlanta Opening
After quickly establishing itself as a clean beauty retailer to be reckoned with, Aillea is taking a trip to Atlanta for its first store outside of Denver. Kathryn Dickinson, former vice president of sales and marketing of Vincent Longo, has had her sights set on expansion since she launched ...
Ranavat Botanics Goes On A Global Ingredient Hunt For Skincare Suited To Royalty
Ranavat Botanics founder Michelle Ranavat isn’t a makeup artist. She isn’t an aesthetician. She isn’t a dermatologist, perfumer, fashion designer or influencer. In fact, she hasn’t taken any of the traditional routes to beauty entrepreneurship. Instead, she’s a supply chain specialist heading a brand that depends on her uncanny skills for ...
Color Camp Is In Session For L.A.’s Most Instagrammable Manicures
Color Camp is the best kind of camp: it’s for adults and involves manicures. The new nail salon concept from Lauren Caruso is putting millennial trends – personalization, a healthy selfie obsession, transparency and La Croix, to be specific – into action to redefine the manicure experience from the mom-and-pop utilitarianism ...
OY-L’s Founder Links With A Retail Rival For Saks Fifth Avenue Online Launch
Role reversal can be extremely revealing, just ask OY-L founder Andrea Pierce-Naymon. After two decades as the women’s clothing buyer at the high-end Cleveland fashion boutique Kilgore Trout she owns with her husband Wally, Pierce-Naymon finds herself on the opposite end of the retail business battling to place her ...