CUSP, a sister boutique of Neiman Marcus, lines its shelves with apparel and accessories that set wardrobes afire with the flames of fashion. Labels range from trendy (J Brand) to ultra chic (DVF). Protect your hands from atmospheric wear with a pair of ivory knit mittens with a faux fur lining ($44), slick up kickers with zebra-print fleece welly socks ($40), or stand out in a Amanda Uprichard red silk dress ($194). Torsos, which threaten secession whenever they're not dressed in classy duds, can be appeased with a Phillip Lim 3.1 tank ($95), a black burnout linen piece with a racerback and the words "cool," "easy," and "nice" on the front.
Onsen Secret takes its name as well as its cosmetic inspiration from the Japanese hot springs frequented by women as far back as the 10th century. These springs' mineral-rich waters were renowned for nourishing and revitalizing skin, and to recreate similar effects Onsen created products that combine these natural mineral elements with scientific advancements in the aesthetic field.
The company's signature Micro Water Complex is the foundation for all its formulas. Using molecules much smaller than water, they can penetrate the skin more deeply while balancing pH levels and delivering nutrients. Depending on which product line it's used in, the Micro Water Complex can help clear clogged pores or minimize the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, excessive redness, and stuck-on clown noses. Onsen formulates toning, exfoliating, and moisturizing balms for the face, the body, and even the hands and feet.
Industrie Denim's founder and veteran denim purveyor, Mark Werts, has partnered with Levi Strauss to present customers with clothing from more than 80 denim design houses from around the world. Each location is decorated with industrial elements sourced from local junkyards and flea markets and also hosts a self-styled jean-ius. Jean-iuses stay abreast of the latest style trends and can assist shoppers in finding pants that flatter figures ranging from pear- to star-fruit-shaped. Guests can admire the jean-ius's handiwork in one of the store's booty cams, which are located in select dressing rooms. In-house tailors guide their needles around not-quite-right hems and waistlines, adding a personalized touch to each pair of impeccably fitted trousers.
Maison Midi's associates apply their sophisticated eyes to curating and stocking accent pieces and furnishings that add original style to homes and oddly regal treehouses. From ceramic saltshakers by Belli to faux-aged flower pots etched with artful floral designs, the shop's eclectic selection of house wares can suit a wide range of tastes.
42 years. 30,000 procedures. 20,000 patients. It's no small feat, but medical director Dr. P. James Voloshin has been fully committed to his clients since 1972. At Newport Surgery Institute, he and his team upgrade looks with a full spread of aesthetic services, from noninvasive microdermabrasion facials to liposuction. Each procedure is tailored to the desires of each client, who can convey their aesthetic hopes to the staff in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, or Dothraki.
Though SEE Eyewear?s specs are only found in their stores, their designs sprout from imaginations around the world. Winner of reader's choice awards in cities ranging from San Francisco to Nashville, SEE Eyewear stocks its frames directly from fashionable frame crafters and passes on the savings of doing business at the source to customers. The company calls on fashion designers from France, Italy, and other style-conscious countries to create one-of-a-kind designs to be featured on store shelves and client faces. Before that happens, though, each potential frame goes through a rigorous design and review process to ensure its distinctiveness and quality before it can be added to the national eyewear shop?s exclusive coveted selection.
From cat-eye to horn-rimmed and perfectly round to wayfarer-inspired, the cost of each frame includes single-vision lenses, giving customers the simplicity of a flat price that doesn?t require customers to pay an extra prescription fee or mine their own bifocal quarry. SEE Eyewear also trains its staff members to be aesthetically savvy so they can find the perfect fashion-forward, vision-correcting specs for any face shape, mood, or fashion sense.