The 2020 Guide is a unique combination of independent and active business in a variety of industries, such as retail, catering, catering, arts, nonprofits, etc., designed to encourage WNY residents to #shoplocal. Sponsored by Visit Buffalo Niagara and Erie County, the 2020 guide has 25 local businesses operating throughout the region. Click here to see 2020 Giving Guide.
Fashion is a part of everyday weather and it changes all the time, with all the events. You can even see a revolution approaching in clothing. You see and feel everything in the dress. -Diana Vriland.
We all love to be the most beautiful, especially on holidays. At the same time, we love clothes that help us express ourselves. August Market is located in East Aurora, offering a large selection of unique clothing for men and women, as well as a selection of beauty products and household items, so there is something for everything.
Owners Tamara Tribula and Kwame Taylor-Hayford opened the August Market two years ago with a focus on choosing a lifestyle to live according to conscience. They opened in August to bring “slow fashion” products to West New York. Kate Fletcher describes it this way: “Slow fashion is better designed, produced, consumed and a better life.
Slow fashion is not about time, but about quality (which has time components). Weakness is not the opposite of fasting – there is no dualism – but another approach in which designers, buyers, retailers and consumers are more aware of the impact of products on workers, communities and ecosystems. ”
If you are looking for wonderful gifts for other remarkable things, they have a few beautiful things. They have a beautiful pair of Pearl Drop earrings by Peg’s Hardware that are sure to wear whatever they wear. They have shirts and sweaters from APC that will surely keep her warm in the winter. They also have a selection of skin care products by Aesop and Saipua that are sure to add a beautiful glow to your skin and make the perfect socks. The August market is worth checking out if you’re looking for the perfect holiday dress or a unique gift.
Due to the limitations of COVID-19, we recommend that you check the hours and instructions before traveling.
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This season, we are inviting WNY to shop for groceries and local food and help keep all the businesses that make Erie County and WNY a unique and diverse place to live. When shopping, refrain from taking photos of the store, location, product or yourself and using tags, # shop716challenge | # dine716challenge
The Erie County Business Group recently launched the Shop716 card, which is an electronic gift card that can be used at any participating store or restaurant. Buy before November 30th and get a BOGO contract where when you buy (1) $ 25 egift card or more, you get (1) $ 25 egift card for free. To buy an egift card and check out the participating places, visit them website.