Robert Irwin sells items from a huge range of jewelry designers, including INOX, Argento, and Zable. Accoutrements abound for all parts of the accessorizable body, from anklet (Argento, $15) to earlobe (Sterling Reputation, $81). Stand out with a distinctive touch of Murano glass beadwork (starting at $29.99 per charm or bead), or steel your image with one of INOX's distinctive tungsten carbide ($70.50) or starred steel ($13.50) rings for a look that screams sentient automaton. In-store merchandise may vary from online selections, so don't hesitate to snap up what you want, either on-site or virtually.
Fourth-generation goldsmith Wolf-Peter Schwarz designs and oversees the production of Charlotte Ehinger-Schwarz’s lauded, interchangeable jewelry, which is distributed to and sold at ateliers around the world, including a location in Memphis. Gemstones and pearls detach from one piece of jewelry thanks to a squeeze from a pair of jewelling tweezers, then snap on to another piece like a drill bit burrowing straight for the beholder’s heart. The online catalog details the extensive 2011 collection, letting eyes envision circles of stainless steel ($40) and bruyère wood ($65), which brings out the dimensions of silver-set amber ($110+) and amethyst ($150+). Sets can then swap jewelry pieces crafted from silver, gold, platinum, and Swedish steel, such as a sterling-silver ring ($370).
The New York Suit Exchange specializes in providing formal men's attire at prices that non–landed gentry can afford. With two locations and over 15,000 suits for sale in each store, the Suit Exchange carries an abundance of duds available for every bodily appendage. Today's deal is valid for anything in stock, from shirts, pants, and ties to shoes, belts, and socks. Even sale items and suit packages are fair game. The Economizer is one such suit package, providing one suit, one pair of shoes, one dress shirt, one silk tie, one leather belt, and one pair of socks for $129.99. Keep toes tapping stylishly with a pair of black-leather lace-up shoes from Adolfo ($49.99) or a striped red tie set ($14.99) for the Harry Potter cosplay party. Stock up on dress shirts in a variety of materials and colors ($14.99–$29.99), or hold it all together with a leather belt ($14.99).
Within the cozy confines of Fixations Hair Studio, expert stylists create rippling waves out of freshly washed hair. After they trim away split ends and hydrate strands with conditioning treatments, stylists can revamp looks by adding single-process color or sprinkling in kisses from the sun with highlights.
Party Works offers a bevy of costume and decoration options to deck out your home and appendages for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. With hundreds of costumes, wigs, and shoes, Party Works keeps men, women, and children camouflaged with the latest guises. Confuse doppelgangers by donning an Unknown Phantom costume ($19.99), or splurge on an Avatar-inspired Neytiri suit ($54.99). Kids can transform into Optimus Prime without scrounging for car parts ($19.99), and infants or toddlers can be outfitted as Goldie Locks ($28.99) or swaddled in a sweet Sweet Pea ($19.99) sleeper.