tween dreams | A new boutique focused on the tween and teen shopping experience opened in Laude at 9218 Clayton Road. CAKEWISH was developed by Brooke Ray after she found the experience of shopping for her daughter’s dance unfulfilling. The Parisian bakery-inspired shop features dressy clothes, casual separates, sleep, shoes and makeup and skin care products from brands like Sea, Cara Cara, Bell, Loveshack Fancy and Stoney Clover Lane.

found at the foundry
City Foundry STL welcomed The Candle Fusion Studio as its 15th retail tenant. This is the second location for the personalized and experiential fragrance-forward candle-crafting studio. Guests can create their own candles, wax tarts, room sprays and Mediterranean spa salts. Groups of less than six are welcome for walk-ins, and larger parties or special events can make a booking at

vintage finds
In more Foundry news, MoModerne has opened its doors at the entertainment complex. Owned by Anna Weiss, the retailer is dedicated to the restoration of unique second-hand vintage pieces. In addition to estate sale work and the sought-after collectibles, the City Foundry location will bring in more everyday homewares. Guests will be able to shop from a gallery of furniture, decor and kitchenware in a variety of styles, ranging from mid-century modern and art deco to post-modern and contemporary.

love your skin
Butter Love Skin has opened its first brick-and-mortar storefront at 2608 Cherokee St. Founded by La’Crassia Wilderness, the skin brand is focused on using natural oils and shea butter to nourish and care for skin. Along with the retail component, the space holds the company’s offices and production facilities.

design expertise
Local interior designer Debbie Donnelly has opened a furniture and home decor store in Ballwin at
14288 Manchester Road. Donnelly Decor offers guests the chance to shop from more than 200 manufactures, such as Global Views, Hooker, Massoud, World’s Away and Chelsea House. As well as housing the showroom, the 3,000-square-foot building also is home to Donnelly’s interior design studio.

treasure hunt
Treasure Aisles Antique Mall in Maplewood has expanded into a second location next door. Called Treasure Aisles II, the new space has expanded the store’s footprint from 13,000 to 26,000 square feet. The additional space will allow the antique mall to welcome another 75 unique vendors, which were selected from a list of 350 candidates. Treasure Aisles was originally opened in 1997 by owner Chuck Campbell.