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Red Door Salon & Spa Gives a Makeover—to Itself

Red Door Salon & Spa   Photos: Courtesy of Red Door Salon & Spa

After a two-year rebranding process, The Red Door Salon & Spa (thereddoor.com)formerly known as Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa—is now booking massages, oxygen facials, and more.

The spa is still in its home at 919 North Michigan Avenue but has been jazzed up with tiled floors, golden starburst chandeliers, and other luxe touches. A new Red Door at Work program brings manicures, dry pedicures, and other treatments to local offices and boardrooms. And at the spa itself, there are plenty of new services to indulge in.

Staffers point to the Elizabeth Arden PRO Renewal Facial ($160) as the one to book as the seasons—and skin concerns—change. The service is customized to address individual client’s needs and uses ultra-active ingredients to improve elasticity, texture, and clarity. And don’t worry if you dose off under the cozy blankets on the massage table: a clever add-on service is the $35 blow-dry. In addition to spiffing up clients’ hairstyles, the service rids the hair of any latent facial products and massage oils, leaving patrons no worse for the drowsy hour-or-so in the treatment room.

Top Sales This Week

Reformation (thereformation.com), a sustainable-clothing label, will host a sample sale September 29 to October 2 at Throop Studio (1500 N. Throop St.). The sale will offer discounts of up to 80 percent on items such as jumpsuits, dresses, and t-shirts.

Anne Fontaine (909 N. Michigan Ave., annefontaine.com) is hosting a sale, in-store and online. Items include a tailored crepe jacket with pleated flounces (reduced from $595 to $416) and a pleated sleeveless dress (reduced from $495 to $346).

Markets

Dose Market (dosemarket.com) returns to Morgan Manufacturing (401 N. Morgan St.) on Saturday. The theme for this iteration of the fashion-and-food-filled event is Dose Arts, and everything from lingerie to leather and jewelry will be on display.

Randolph Street Market (randolphstreetmarket.com) once again takes over Plumber’s Hall (1340 W. Washington St.) this weekend. The market will feature some 300 vendors selling vintage fashion, furniture, and more.

Trunk Show

Jewelry designer Meredith Marks (meredithmarks.com) will host a trunk show at Neiman Marcus (737 N. Michigan Ave.) on Friday and Saturday. The event will showcase jewelry inspired by the designer’s travels, including a brushed-silver cuff with a black onyx octagon stone ($2,975) and a rose gold collar with dangling white diamonds ($3,000).

Pop-Up

Children’s clothing brand Monica+Andy (monicaandandy.com) is hosting a pop-up shop at Northbrook Court mall (1515 Lake Cook Rd., Northbrook) through December 31. The shop stocks sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, bottoms, and more.

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