As millions of people across the country have joined together to protest racial violence and call for justice in response to the death of George Floyd, beauty brands are also taking a stand, taking to social media to announce their support of the cause.
In this special report, Kline takes a tour of some of the retailers who debuted in the Nolita and SoHo neighborhoods of Manhattan, including Amazon’s Spring Street space, Kiehl’s vibrant holiday pop-up shop, and Sephora’s renovated SoHo location.
The company that’s disrupting the beauty industry with a portfolio of ingredient-focused brands at mass price points, and a relentlessly transparent ethos, opened its first New York location in Nolita in December. Beauty Insider took a tour—here’s what we saw.
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