Plus, get a taste of Mill Valley's divine new furniture shop Prevalent Projects and treat your face to a scrumptious CBD-infused face oil by Lord Jones.
Ayesha Curry has her own Oakland store…because obviously.
Bay Area folk have long known that Ayesha Curry's hustle is just as awesome as her hubby's. The latest notch in her #bosslady belt, which already includes chef, restaurateur, entrepreneur, author and CoverGirl? Retailer. Her pop-up shop Homemade opened its doors in Jack London Square last weekend. The shelves are filled with a range of signature items from all her collections, including home products and bedding, cookware and bakeware, kitchen textiles and gardening stuff. Her just-dropped jewelry line and a sneak peek at her clothing line also fill the homey space. On Sunday, February 10, Ms. C will be doing a meet-and-greet and book signing from 10am to 11am. If all goes well (as if there's an if), the shop will probably become permanent. // 4pm–7pm Weds. through Fri., 11am to 7pm on weekends; Jack London Square, (Oakland), ayeshacurry.com
When it comes to its upcoming sale, Le Point is taking no prisoners.
(A look from Opening Ceremony, courtesy of Le Point)
In other words, make sure to carve out some time over the weekend, February 9th and 10th, to shop Mission darling Le Point's blowout sale. We're talking 90 percent (yes, 9-0) off clothing, shoes, jewelry, home goods, and gift-y items. Along with the steep discounts, the brand roster is trés motivating, including labels like Opening Ceremony, Tibi, Ganni, Staud and more. A chance to score free gift cards and special in-store surprises add to the allure. Serious sale-ers, we suggest you arrive early. // 11am to 7pm, Feb. 9-10; 301 Valencia St. (Mission), shoplepoint.com
A new Mill Valley furniture shop has us craving a new coffee table.
(Courtesy of Prevalent Projects)
Even though Prevalent Projects is still settling into its new digs in Mill Valley, you'd never know it by the crazy-gorgeous look of things. And by things we mean minimalist, un-boring furniture in serene shades and natural materials. Think sleek wood tables and chairs, sumptuous couches, pillows and poufs, plus lighting, tableware, and linens to make any Dwell-loving Marinite lose their sh*t. Don't even get us started on the small yet seductive selection of gift items, apothecary goods, and accessories from international and on-the-rise brands. We want it all. (Maybe we'll just start with one of the 19-69 candles…debating between Chinese Tobacco and Capri). And if all this isn't enough, husband-and-wife owners Floyd and Julia Albee are the coolest L.A. transplants ever: He's an interior and production designer, she's a photographer and buyer for the store. Go introduce yourself. // 61 Throckmorton Ave. (Mill Valley), prevalentprojects.com
Lordy, I hope there is CBD Body Oil.
(Courtesy of Lord Jones)
Yep, there is…now. Lord Jones, the celeb-loved maker and distributor of small-batch CBD-infused products, just launched its glow-inducing High CBD Formula Body Oil. The soothing and deeply penetrating elixir is crafted from organic avocado, jojoba, and safflower oils. As for the broad-spectrum CBD extract, it's derived from U.S.-cultivated hemp, sans THC. Props to the roller ball applicator designed to target pressure points, perfect for massage. (Did we mention the packaging is perfection, too?) If the reaction to this newbie is anything like the positive one LJ's first skincare product, High CBD Formula Body Lotion, elicits, oh Lordy. Wonder if a certain former FBI director might like a sample. // The oil is $75 and can be purchased online at lordjones.com.