Who, What, Where?

Pasadena - Beauty brand Lather unveiled a new 1,900-square-foot flagship store in Pasadena, CA this month. With boutiques in New York, San Jose, CA, and Scottsdale, AZ, this is a homecoming of sorts for Lather, which got its start in Pasadena's bustling shopping district back in 1999. Natural ingredients and quality unisex products are the appeal of the Lather beauty brand, owned by husband-and-wife team Emilie Davidson Hoyt and Rob Hoyt. Prices range from $6.50 for a Lip Protector to $58 for the Vitamin C Peptide Renewal. Head to 17 East Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena to stock up on beauty goodies from Lather.

Chicago - Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz brought his line of unisex hoodies and tees back to his hometown in the form of his first Clandestine Industries store. The 450-square-foot store will carry Wentz's line, along with limited edition Nike sneakers bearing the Clandestine Industries bat logo. Wentz, who recently designed a collection for DKNY jeans, also elected to sell novelty items reminiscent of his youth, such as cans of Orange and Grape Crush, and Count Chocula and Franken Berry cereal figurines. A Clandestine bat logo necklace will cost $20 and prices go all the way up to $300, which will get you a limited edition pair of black and purple Nike sneakers. The Clandestine Industries Landmark Store is located at 952 W. Newport Ave. in Chicago's Lake View neighborhood, near Wrigley Field and the Metro.
Everywhere and anywhere - Henri Bendel has a brand new website! Look for party pics, fashion tips, and event listings, as well as editorial features. Plus you can get your fill of accessories, beauty products, and gift items, which will be sold on the site.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Didn't even know he had a line..