more in store
Members of the Sansone family have sewn up a new venture for their clothing and accessories company, The Normal Brand. Brothers Jimmy, Lan and Conrad Sansone recently opened a 2,200-square-foot pop-up shop in the Colonial Marketplace retail center on Ladue Road to sell apparel, artwork, furniture and other items. The company launched four years ago with just two hat and four shirt designs, and it now sells hundreds of styles in the U.S., Europe and Australia.
The Brentwood location of Chicago-based CD One Price Cleaners has been certified as a ‘greener cleaner’ by the Green Cleaners Council. According to the company, the store is the only clothes cleaner in Missouri to have the designation. It earned recognition by exceeding requirements for water and energy conservation, recycling, staff training and other environmentally responsible practices.
A new South Grand store, Garden District STL, offers plenty of ideas to help shoppers spruce up their outdoor spaces. Plants, planters, gifts, home goods, treats and pet items are featured alongside the work of local artists. Owner Kathleen Witek says the store’s merchandise reflects favorite items and memories from her childhood in the South.
The Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams home furnishings store in Plaza Frontenac recently popped a cork for its 30th anniversary. The company held a three-day celebration featuring champagne, food and a preview of its fall collection.
PALM Health, a locally based medical and wellness center, recently announced plans to expand with a new location in Morristown, New Jersey. The renovated, 20,000-square-foot facility will do business under the name Chambers Center by PALM Health. Cardiologist Dr. Lauren Munsch dal Farra is founder and CEO of the company, which is headquartered in the historic Busch’s Grove building in Ladue.