Show & Tell: The Limited to launch Eloquii, Bloggers take over Paul Stuart windows, Ladurée lands stateside & Belgian Eye Candy

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Show & Tell: The Limited to launch Eloquii, Bloggers take over Paul Stuart windows, Ladurée lands stateside & Belgian Eye Candy

Show & Tell: The Limited to launch Eloquii, Bloggers take over Paul Stuart windows, Ladurée lands stateside & Belgian Eye Candy 800 1018 Chute Gerdeman

Editor’s Note: Once in awhile we come across something noteworthy and we want to share it with our readers. However, due to a variety of reasons (it’s too new to obtain research, it’s in a far-away land that we can’t quite reach, etc.) we don’t quite know what to do about it other than tell you “Hey. This is amazing and you should know about it.” Show & Tell is a collection of those recent things.

1. The Limited is launching new plus-size brand, Eloquii, on Wednesday, October 26. The online-only (for now) collection will offer plus-size women the same classic, chic, professional attire that has made The Limited famous. Interestingly, they partnered with plus-size fashion bloggers Gabi Gregg of GabiFresh.com and Nicolette Mason of NicoletteMason.com for research. We’re excited to see what this brand has to offer and we’re happy that plus-size women are getting more choices in finding the fashion they deserve. Learn more from Racked and brandchannel.

2. Fashion retailer, Paul Stuart invited bloggers and stylists to create the brand’s four Madison Ave. window displays. The one guideline was to incorporate tweed. Esquire‘s “Need for Tweed” window, created by fashion editor of Esquire, Nick Sullivan, features a plaid cityscape. See for yourself.

3. Parisian brand Ladurée comes stateside with its first retail store on Madison Ave. Now we don’t have to fly to Paris for a fix, a short trip to NYC might be in our future to visit the macaron maison. Read more here and here.

4. Simple and smart, Eye Candy in Belgium uses product packaging as part of the store design. Color-blocking the boxes and utilizing them to display the glasses is genius. Check out more here.

Featured  Images via eloquii.com, psfk.com, newyork.seriouseats.com and weheart.co.uk

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