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Here - Eye Candy Boutique
STL NOW STYLE
MEK Denim
available at Eye
Candy boutique.
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The new, now and next in
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ALIVE STL · MARCH 2009
The result of monthly buying trips to New York, Los Angeles and
Dallas, Leszcz’s selection runs the gamut—from belts and handbags to dresses and denim that range from sizes 2 to 16. Recently, a
popular sell has been her iT Jeans—especially the Diva style which
is made to fit women’s natural curves and was worn by Oprah in
O magazine.
So, make like your favorite daytime diva and browse and buy at Eye
Candy boutique. As for splurging on more than one size? Ms. Winfrey would likely suggest it (eyecandystl.com; 314.477.5556).
On Q
This month, Target launches a Designer Collaboration with
Alexander McQueen. The limited-edition, Leila Mossinspired McQ Alexander McQueen for Target collection will
be composed of skinny jeans, studded jackets and mesh
wrap jackets—all with McQueen’s signature edge, but at a
sliver of his typical price points (target.com).
Women’s Closet Exchange
St. Louis’ nationally recognized consignment shop that
houses such brands as Louis Vuitton and Chanel, is
moving to a bigger and better location. Next door to the
original, the new store will carry even more certifiedauthentic designer clothing and accessories. Head to the
grand opening party this month for price cuts, a first look
at new merchandise and special discounts for ALIVE readers. Call for event details (11575 Gravois Rd., Sunset Hills,
314.842.8405).
ALIVEMAG.COM
Photo courtesy of MEK Denim.
T
here are several reasons most “regular” girls long for Oprah
Winfrey’s lifestyle—a personal chef and the ability to close down
a store on a whim so that she purchases in peace are just a few
of her alleged, worth-pining-for luxuries. But, thanks to Jennifer
Leszcz’s Eye Candy boutique, all can have a taste of the supposed “good
life”. Open for seven years, Leszcz’s customers have the option of either
shopping amongst the masses—during weekly trunk shows she hosts in
her home—or by personal appointment, when she takes shoppers on personal tours of her coveted and affordable clothing and accessories; think
MEK denim, Dex separates and shoes by Volatile.