Last month, Anthropologie debuted its larger concept stores, bringing together wedding brand BHLDN and home and garden-focused Terrain under one roof. Another feature in the Anthro & Co. stores is the beauty boutique, where Sephoraphobes can get boho-branded indie products without the bright lights and club music.
Beauty junkies will recognize some cult faves like Sunday Riley, Mario Badescu, and Kate Somerville, as well as top healthy beauty brands like W3ll People, RMS Beauty, and Indie Lee. And, pretty packaging is a given; "Our stuff has to pass the I-would-leave-it-on-the-sink test," Catherine Moellering, the general merchandise manager of beauty at Anthropologie, tells Racked.
Anthropologie has also launched its own in-house beauty brand, Albeit, which includes brushes, lipsticks and balms, and contour and shimmer powders.
While the larger Anthropologie & Co. stores stock around 800 products, most regular Anthros will have an extended beauty section in-store (plus the full product line is available on the website).
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