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STORE FRONT >> a peek into the windows of the st. louis retail world by stephanie zeilenga WELCOME TO THE FOLD Chesterfield’s TAUBMAN PRESTIGE OUTLETS has signed on four new stores: Coach Factory, Coldwater Creek Factory Store, The Uniform Outlets, and Justice & Brothers childrens store. And as of earlier this year, shoppers can stop at Nadoz Bakery & Cafe to enjoy breakfast, sandwiches, soups and salads. THE WHOLE PACKAGE Shoppers at MISTER GUY WOMEN’S can now find a selection of shoes, including Donald Pliner, known both for fashion and comfort, and Global Girls, fair-trade beaded leather wedges crafted by women in Africa. The store also recently debuted Beauty Bar, offering Library of Flowers fragrance and bath products, butter LONDON nail lacquers and, exclusive to Mister Guy Women’s, organic lipsticks and glosses from Wallett Cosmetics. MINI FASHIONISTAS Earlier this month, high-end children’s boutique CITY SPROUTS moved from the Delmar Loop to Colonial Marketplace, 8807 Ladue Road. Owner Molly Curlee also owns gift shop Phoenix Rising in the Loop. BEAUTY BUZZ National beauty chain SALON LOFTS is expanding in St. Louis. Last year, it opened in Creve Coeur, Ellisville and Clayton, and a fourth location is expected to open in Manchester in June. Each spot has room for 30 independent beauty professionals who run their own business, renting space with the company. A popular feature is Open Chair, an online resource that allows customers to view testimonials and pick a salon operator based on location, service or price. NAMASTE A new yoga studio opened in Kirkwood this month, METRO POWER YOGA (935 S. Kirkwood Road). It is owned by native St. Louisan Julie Bergfeld, a certified Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga instructor. This type of yoga is based on cultivating intuition and is suitable for all ages and skill levels. The new studio also offers classes specifically for athletes and aging populations. 28 | TOWN& style | APRIL 30, 2014