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What’s New on Commercial Street?

Notes from Lands End

July 5th, 2014

Part of the fun of visiting Provincetown is shopping in new stores that seemed to pop up as if by magic. The annual shuffle of existing shops moving to bigger digs is like a retail treasure hunt. Here’s what new and renewed:

2014 is a very good year to go shopping in Provincetown. See you on Commercial Street.

Artist Loft Provincetown 135 Bradford Street Suite F (former Kook)508.487-1804

A resident since 2007, former accountant Richard Campbell wanted to provide a 02657 service that was missing. Market research led him to art supplies. He opened Artist Loft Provincetown and the need was real. After only ninety days, the new enterprise was voted best crafts supply store by Cape Cod A-list. His hours for the day are on Facebook, a nice touch.

room68 (formerly Silk and Feathers)
Email: info@room68online.com
377 Commercial Street

20th Century furniture collector Eric Portnoy and Gallerist/Artist Brent Refsland opened room68 in Jamaica Plain three years ago. Drawn to Provincetown, their 02657 location is the perfect space to bring future classics from emerging global designers to Commercial Street. With an online collection and wonderful aesthetics, this high design store and art gallery is lovely.

Good Scents
Email: pashaofperfumes@comcast.net
351 Commercial

Good Scents, owned by Birdie Cornette, is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary. They have a wonderful array of delicious creams, lotions and potions for the face, body and hair. Long-time employee Raymond Trevino, aka the Pasha of Perfume, knows exactly what to recommend and makes beautiful custom perfumes and colognes.
Renovated this spring, the store’s interior is lovely.

Moda Fina
350 Commercial Street

Theresa Cancelliere has reopened Moda Fina, making women who like eclectic, beautifully made clothing very happy. Her collection of shoes, bags, dresses, tops, hats and lingerie go from the beach to art openings, plays, performances or dinner with ease. The clothes will carry over into urban environments when the bohemian look is a head turner. Thank you, Theresa. We’ve missed you.

Kiss and Make-up (formerly Jonathan Williams on Commercial)
244 Commercial Street

At a stunning new location across from the Crown & Anchor, Kiss and Make-up is owned by the truly chic Christine Geo Horovitz. She carries a Kiss and Makeup brush line; the best of eco-cosmetics by Stila, YOUNGBLOOD and many others; a beautiful selection of products for the face, hair and body that includes the award winning Previse skin care created by Provincetown resident Sean Patrick Harrington.

Also new are facials and massages. Bridal parties are always welcome.

Quintessential Cape Cod (formerly ID)
214c/220a Commercial Street

This adorable shop offers coastal and beach décor for the visitor and summer resident. Gracious owner Chris Stein has added children’s décor, games and kid-friendly outdoor furniture to his second location. You can also find quality home-based gifts, arts, glassware, furniture and Cape Cod/Provincetown souvenirs.

Email: info@tim-scapes.com
208 Commercial

The infinite uses of duct tape now extend to a very fresh tee shirt, hoodie and accessory line. Timscapes has a new location next to the Nor’East Beer Garden. Their high quality apparel takes iconic symbols like a lobster, lighthouse or monument all the rage. He also has the “helpr t” initiative, where 15% of proceeds go to causes like the piping plovers, CASAS, AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod and many others.

Kiehl’s, Provincetown
200 Commercial, Unit A

Keihl’s, a very popular skincare line, was founded in 1851 by John Keihl at their Manhattan East Side Flagship store. The company, now a division of L’Oreal, has a loyal following of men and women all over the world. The Provincetown store is fun, with samples of Midnight Recovery Complex. This miracle serum will keep you looking lush after late nights on the dance floor.

Though a corporation, Kiehl’s supports many local residents with employment. We love that.

2014 is a very good year to shopping in Provincetown. See you on Commercial Street.

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