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Thursday, April 12, 2018




Back in the Retail Groove


On April 12, New York’s well-dressed men will have a store all to their own. Nordstrom will open its first location in Manhattan at 235 West 57th Street. “This is our first stand-alone men’s store, and we want to create an entire experience that reflects the best of what we have to offer,” says Nordstrom spokesperson John Bailey. The store will feature details like complimentary personal stylists and a clubhouse for cocktails, as well as services that connect online shopping with the personal experience of the store. 



Nutritional Chocolate

Healthy chocolate? Oui! Available May 23, Bien Être ushers in a new age of nutritional snacking. Crafted by Chef Nicolas Cloiseau, the collection features fruit purées, fruit juices and nectars to boost the antioxidants, polyphenolic compounds and vitamins in chocolate. Among the more surprising ingredients? Aloe vera. “By adding aloe vera to our green apple ganache, I wanted to achieve a taste that was fresh and light. To my surprise the aloe vera also served to intensify the taste of the chocolate itself,” says Cloiseau.


Dreaming Tree Wines presents its “Buy A Bottle, Plant One Tree” campaign


“Treet” Yourself

Everyone knows that drinking red wine has nutritional benefits. But in the days leading up to Earth Day, all varietals will help promote healthy living. Dreaming Tree wines have announced a “Buy A Bottle, Plant One Tree” campaign. Between April 15 and April 22 (Earth Day), Dreaming Tree environmental conservation partner Living Lands and Waters will plant one tree for every bottle of Dreaming Tree Wines sold, with a goal of planting 80,000 trees.


 


Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2018 Archlight sneaker


The Futuristic 18th Century

Want to look like you’ve walked straight from the runway into enviable street style? Debuting at Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2018 Show, the futuristic Archlight sneaker gave a 21st-century athleisure aesthetic to the fashion house’s 18th-century inspired ready-to-wear pieces. With a wave-shaped outsole and oversized tongue, the shoe is also cut low around the ankle for a more feminine touch. An all-black version of the sneaker is available at the Soho pop-up at 112 Greene Street, but only until it closes on April 15!


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