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Storefront: 11.1.17

an honor for the decade
Natalie Harrison, owner of Lash Loft Salon & Spa in Richmond Heights, celebrated her stuido’s 10-year anniversary in an extra special way. She hosted Masquerade Day Soiree to recognize 10 local women, one for each year of business, who have shown perseverance and a dedication to community in their own lives. Congrats, and continue to ‘lash out the Lou!’

party for the pets
A party isn’t complete without treats, and Treats Unleashed supplied plenty for pets and their owners in recognition of 15 years in business! It offered discounts on various products and celebrations for customers (and their furry friends, of course) at all 10 of its locations. The local chain recently opened new stores in Kirkwood and the CWE.

bowling over
Possibly the only thing better than a free game of bowling is a five-layer pizza cake, both of which were available at the grand opening for Bowlero St. Peters, located at 8070 Veterans Memorial Parkway. The new hot spot is much more than your typical bowling alley. It features high-tech video walls, black light lanes, rustic chic decor, a state-of-the-art arcade, and an outrageous menu that features a 5-pound Behemoth Burger and a 2-foot-long hot dog!

trunk trove
Fashion is in full swing at Mister Guy Women’s in Ladue with trunk shows that bookend the month of November. On Nov. 2 through 4, the modern styles from the hills of Italy will make their way to St. Louis at the Peserico trunk show. The fashion company recently opened its first U.S. store this past summer in East Hampton, New York. Then, from Nov. 30 through Dec. 2, the styling of Tom and Linda Platt will bring the New York fashion scene to the Lou. Fashionistas can take in the fierce looks from West 39th Street and get a head start on next season.

a sweet partnership
Nature’s Bounty is teaming up with Colleen’s Cookies for the upcoming holiday season. The greeting card company sells its unique cards throughout the greater St. Louis area, and each features a conversation with local farmers or artists on the back. Its holiday cards will display images of delicious treats from local favorite, Colleen’s Cookies. Nature’s Bounty makes a donation for every card sold to the St. Louis Area Foodbank.

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