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Grand Central Terminal's unofficial beauty destination, the Lexington Avenue Passageway, is already home to M.A.C, Aveda, Jo Malone, Origins, and L'Occitane en Provence, and on August 15th, it'll get a Bobbi Brown. Crain's New York Business reports that the cosmetics brand has just signed a month-to-month lease for the spot formerly occupied by the lingerie store Pink Slip.
The article adds that all of the above-mentioned brands with the exception of L'Occitane are Estee Lauder-owned. Since Grand Central still has a few retail vacancies to fill, here's hoping that a Bumble and Bumble, Smashbox, or maybe even a La Mer might join the party.
· Grand Central makes cosmetic improvements [Crain's New York Business]
· Bobbi Brown Gives a Smokey Eye Tutorial in the Back of a Taxi [Racked NY]
· All Grand Central Terminal Retail News [Racked NY]