The Triangle's retail scene is shaking up a bit. This week marks the move of two local boutiques, plus the opening of a fourth location for another.
After two decades in Cameron Village, Main and Taylor has moved to new digs in the Lassiter at North Hills. Occupying part of the former Harris Teeter space, the new shoe and handbag store has 4,500 square feet of retail space with a Stuart Weitzman shop-in-shop - the first of its kind in the area. The store is open at 4421 Six Forks Road, Suite 114, Raleigh. 821-1556, www.mainandtaylorshoes.com.
Dress designer consignment boutique has moved from Glenwood South to a new location next door to Whole Foods in the Ridgewood Shopping Center on Wade Avenue. The store, which carries high-end consignment and boutique overstocks, will pick up more space for new lines and additional merchandise. Dress is open at 3528 Wade Ave., Raleigh. 699-6505, dressraleigh.com.
Scout & Molly's, the Raleigh-based boutique with outposts in Chapel Hill and Charlotte, is expanding again. The new Cary location of the store opens today in Stone Creek Village, 402 Ledgestone Way. The Cary shop will offer clothing, shoes and accessories by many of the same designerss, such as French Connection, Trink Turk and Michael Stars, carried in the store's other location. A grand opening party will be held later this month. For more information, call 465-7441 or visit www.scout andmollysofcary.com .
It's an anniversary
Joint Venture Jewelry in Cary is celebrating 13 years in the biz this month with a special sale and two trunk shows. Through the end of August, customers will save an additional 11 percent on purchases during the anniversary celebration. And they'll save 25 percent on trunk show pieces during the "Old Meets New" trunk shows. The first, Monday through Aug. 31, features handmade heirloom-style jewelry from McTeigue. Another show is slated for later this month. Joint Venture Jewelry is at 2042 Renaissance Park Place, Cary. 678-0092, www.jointventurejewelry.com.
Doing their best
Two North Carolina salons made the cut in "Elle" magazine's annual Top 100 Salons. Chapel Hill's Citrine Salon and Charlotte's Euphoria Salon both made the list, which features outstanding salons from across the nation.
Housed in an LEED building, Citrine prides itself on eco-friendly practices, such as using environmentally friendly products and a paperless appointment and bookkeeping system. Citrine is located at 3110 Environ Way, Chapel Hill. 929-2209, www.citrinesalonnc.com. Euphoria also incorporates natural products in its salon and spa services. It's at 3904-D Colony Road, Charlotte. 704-367-9112, www.euphoriasalon.com.
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