Style Report: Keihls Wants You; A New Vintage Store Opens; Kellijane Heats Up a Sale
Kiehl’s is in the democratic spirit this week by leaving it up you to vote on the new formula for their Pear Tree Corner products. They say their best products (Lip Balm #1 tubes, Crème de Corps formulas) were introduced by the urging of their customers. I’m not sure if this is the same thing, but it sounds like fun. Stop by the store on 17th and Walnut (ends Saturday) to cast your vote for a bath soak, hand cream, essence oil or your own write-in suggestion. No Micky Mouse’s, please. Your vote automatically enters you for a chance to win the new product.
Be on the lookout for pre-holiday sales! Kellijane (see their holiday picks in our Holiday Gift Guide, which hits stands December 1st) is marking down all warm and fuzzy blankets and comforters by 20 percent through Saturday.
Dreading the eat-till-you-burst holiday season? Sign up for a workshop on the 18th at Jennifer Kries’s Hot Body Cool Mind Studio, where health counselor Ali Shapiro and Psychologist Dr. Nicole Lipkin will give you tips to staying healthy and sane during this crazy time. Come with a friend and you both receive 20 percent off.
Lakshmi Hair Studio in Old City has been busy. First, they’ve hired an esthetician, Laurel, who will be using organic products for facials and waxing and the like. Oh, and all facials come with a free reflexology foot massage (a $35 value), we like that. And they are having an event on Monday (November 17th) at 6 p.m. Local jewelry designer Zivile Pupinyte will be showing her wearable art on models, Lakshmi will be doing hair and all jewelry is for sale.
Wilbur, a vintage store that was in the Antiquirian Market at 6th and Bainbridge has opened their own store at 716 South 4th Street, between Bainbridge and Monroe (and right near our other faves: Juju and Bus Stop). They’ve got stellar vintage finds (some fancy designer names) and accessories.