What's in Store: A Sizzling Summer
Consignment week in Danville; Kiehl's opening at Stoneridge Shopping Center; and Zara comes to Walnut Creek.
Consignit Couture, Danville
Consignit Couture, Danville
Hot Off the Presses
Misto Lino's Danville location is celebrating its reopening after being closed for remodel. Join them on Saturday, July 18, for the grand reopening party in the Danville Livery, which includes treats, raffle prizes, giveaways, and more. The store will also be offering 10 percent off any bedding purchase of $250 or more. 704 Sycamore Valley Rd. W., Danville, (925) 837-6575, mistolino.com.
Food and fashion are perfect partners, if you ask me, so Danville’s Consignment Week in downtown Danville from August 6-14 is definitely on my summer calendar. Spend more than $50 at any Danville restaurant, and bring your receipt to Something Old, Something New; A Dress Change; Cottage Jewel; or Consignit Couture for a $10 discount on any purchase. And—get this—you can use the receipt more than once! This is an event you won’t want to miss.
Check It Out
On July 1, celebrate the grand opening of Kiehl’s, the one-stop shop for skincare gurus, in the Stoneridge Shopping Cener. Doors open at noon, and the first 50 customers will receive gift cards. 1 Stoneridge Mall Rd., Ste. B104B, Pleasanton, kiehls.com.
ICYMI: Parker Thatch has been open for a few months in Orinda. The store, owned by a husband-and-wife team and named after their kids, offers adorable totes and trays, accessories, and gifts. Personalize your canvas tote, or take home beautiful stationery, labels, and cards. 19D Orinda Way, Orinda, (925) 282-1098, parkerthatch.com.
This fall, we’re anticipating the opening of Lace and Bustle Bridal in downtown Lafayette. The charming, chic bridal store is sure to be hit. Keep your eye on its Facebook feed for updates. 3569 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Lafayette.
The San Francisco Premium Outlets (formerly the Livermore Premium Outlets) will expand this summer with more than 50 new stores, 35 of which are slated to open mid-August. The 185,000 square-foot expansion project includes A/X Armani Exchange, Jimmy Choo, Rag and Bone New York, Scotch and Soda, Ted Baker London, Tory Burch, UGG Australia, Versace, and Vince. 2774 Livermore Outlets Dr., Livermore, (925) 292-2868, premiumoutlets.com.
It was only a matter of time, I suppose: Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Walnut Creek will be shuttering its doors this January. The bookstore chain will only have two remaining East Bay locations, in Dublin and Emeryville. Anthropologie will be relocating and taking over the Barnes and Noble building, according to Beyond the Creek. 1149 S. Main St., Walnut Creek, (925) 947-0370, barnesandnoble.com.
The Last Detail gift shop in Danville, which sells everything from greeting cards to jewelry, is closing at the end of June. Stop by for mega discounts. 294 Railroad Ave., Danville.
Broadway Plaza Update
A few stores are bouncing around to new locations. J. Crew is relocating across the street, and L’Occitane en Provence is moving next to Macy’s. The fragrance shop will reopen in November.
The beauty store Sephora got its own little makeover: It's now bigger, with a bolder-than-ever black-and-white design.
And two new tenants have been announced at our beloved plaza: Zara, a modern woman’s clothing store, and Kit and Ace, which carries luxury wear from the founder of Lululemon. Stay tuned for opening dates! broadwayplaza.com.