90 Degrees SalonStop by the salon for sidewalk specials including attire, cosmetics, jewelry, accessories and more. Local vendors will have specialty items for sale, and the salon will have specials as well for the sixth annual Sidewalk Sale. Event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 26. Receive a discount on your next appointment just by stopping by.• 90 Degrees Salon 5107 Piper Station Drive 704-540-5502 www.90degreessalons.com.The Spa at BallantyneTwo new stylists have joined the team at The Spa at Ballantyne, located at The Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge. Brandon Johnson is a senior stylist who has extensive training in color and cutting. Serena Woods has expertise in servicing multiple hair textures and enjoys creating color formulas and color corrections. Johnson and Woods are offering 20 percent off hair services booked through Nov. 30.• The Spa at Ballantyne 1000 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy 704-248-4141 www.spaballantyne.com.Woo Skincare and CosmeticsOffering both beauty and spa services, Woo Skincare and Cosmetics is holding its grand opening from 4 to 8 p.m. Oct. 23. The third store, other locations include Nashville, Tenn., and Atlanta, shares a strong reputation for providing a range of skincare products and cosmetics. Charlotteans can look forward to spa services from aestheticians trained under Dr. Graper to include Jet peels, dermaplaning, and waxing; brands include Bobbi Brown, Nars, Natura Bliss, Tata Harper (a 100 percent nontoxic organic line) and more.• Woo Skincare and Cosmetics 2900 A Selwyn Ave. 704-333-0443 www.wooskincareandcosmetics.com.The Sporting GentFrom casual chaps to game-hunting guys, gentlemen can look forward to a new spot to shop, located in the historic Colony Shopping Center. Marc Williams, proprietor of the store, aims to support the Southern and sporting lifestyles by way of casual and sporting products from Southern Marsh, Sebago, Beretta Clothing and others; other offerings will include waterfowl and wingshooting outfitting services through High Adventures Company. The grand ppening will be held Oct. 23.• The Sporting Gent 2848 Selwyn Ave. 704-896-5600 www.thesportinggent.com.TOPSHOP at NordstromThe collaboration between TOPSHOP and Nordstrom recently opened to the public. TOPSHOP, a British super brand, chose 28 cities to expand to, including Charlotte’s SouthPark. TOPSHOP launched in 1964 and has been a British style authority, the only high street brand to show on schedule at London Fashion Week. Most items retail for less than $200.• Nordstrom at SouthPark 4400 Sharon Road 704-442-6000 www.nordstrom.com.Post & GraySustainable storage, seating, and more by Selamat Designs were recently unveiled at Post & Gray, home of interior accessories and house furnishings. The South End store boasts custom designs and one-of-a-kind finds and is currently offering the Selamat offerings at 30 percent below wholesale pricing.• Post & Gray 2139 S. Tryon St. 704-332-2252 www.postandgray.com.Traditions Interiors and AccessoriesCharlotte artist Anne Neilson will be on hand to talk about her book, “Angels in our Midst,” an inspirational art book featuring an angel series of paintings. Nielson is nationally known for her ethereal Angel Series, which are inspiring reflections of her faith, and which feature a flair for color and light. The compilation includes images from her series as well as selections of her stunning landscapes, figures and still-lifes. Event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 28.• Traditions Interiors and Accessories 4317 Park Road 704-525-8728 www.traditionsofcharlotte.com.Carolina Place MallFind treats for the whole family at Carolina Place Mall’s Treat-O-Ween, a family-friendly safe event held on Halloween night. Trick-or-treat at mall retailers while scoping out sales; create themed crafts, enter to win prizes, and take in the tunes, courtesy of Radio Disney Charlotte. The free event will run from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 31.• Carolina Place Mall 11025 Carolina Place Pkwy 704-542-4111 www.carolinaplace.com/events.
Friday, Oct. 18, 2013
Charlotte men’s sports store, and spa open soon
Kiran Dodeja Smith is a freelance writer. Have a story idea for Kiran? Email her at email@example.com.
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