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The BIOTEC with Technology facials are available to book in the following branches - Oxford Street, Maximum results Elemis is the only professional British brand to clinically trial the efficacy of its advanced facials. Renowned by spa lovers worldwide, Elemis spa therapists help you escape the pressures of everyday life to transport you to a more tranquil place of inner peace and calm. Find your nearest Elemis treatments at John Lewis. Elemis treatments POWER BOOSTING FACIALS: ANTI-AGEING Pro-Collagen Quartz Lift £30.00 30mins Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and increases hydration Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing £30.00 30mins Resurfaces the skin for improved smoothness Pro-Intense Lift Effect £30.00 30mins Powerful lifting techniques combined with cutting-edge anti-ageing technology target sagging jowls, cheeks, chin and neck BIOTEC facial treatments are where ground-breaking technology meets active ingredients and transformative touch. The pioneering innovation of the BIOTEC machine works to switch the skin back on, increasing its natural cellular energy. Technology turbo-charges touch. The clinically proven result? Thriving, visibly healthy and energised skin. Choose the option to suit you below. BIOTEC facial £15.00 15mins Performed by your ELEMIS therapist on counter BIOTEC machine facial £45.00 30mins Chose from 6 prescribed technologies. Performed by your ELEMIS therapist the Elemis spa pod. * BIOTEC machine facial £75.00 60mins Chose from 8 prescribed technologies. Performed by your ELEMIS therapist in the Elemis spa pod. * * The BIOTEC with Technology facials are available to book in the following branches - Oxford Street, Peter Jones, Liverpool, Bluewater, Cardiff, Cheadle, Southampton and Milton Keynes PURIFY & REBALANCING Revive and Refresh £30.00 30mins Perfect for a lunchtime or early evening ‘quick fix’ to help de-stress and boost radiance Modern Skin £30.00 30mins Fuels skin with antioxidant rich minerals and vitamins to help de-stress and purify skin MOISTURE BOOST & GLOW Skin Radiance £30.00 30mins Helps increase moisture and elasticity for a smooth, glowing complexion MEN’S Only for Men Facial £30.00 30mins Designed specificaly for male skin using anti-ageing Time Delay products UPGRADE YOUR TREATMENT Anti-Ageing Eye Renewal £10.00 15mins Helps smooth and firm the eye area for a more youthful appearance Eyes Awake Recovery Treatment £10.00 15mins Helps decongest and counteract dark circles and puffiness Hand and Arm Massage £10.00 15mins Softens and treats tired hands and arms Total Relaxation Foot Massage £15.00 15mins Recharges and renergises fatigued feet Treat Your Feet Foot Treatment £15.00 15mins Smoothes, redhydrates and conditions Stress-Away Scalp and Shoulder Massage £15.00 15mins Relieves tension and pressure Ultimate Anti-Ageing Boost £15.00 15mins Hydrates and firms for a youthful complexion Ultimate Radiance Boost £15.00 15mins Brightens and re-energises fatigued and stressed skin Radiance Boost - John Lewis https://www.johnlewis.com/our-services/beauty-services You'll find an impressive range of beauty services in most of our shops, including Blink Brow bars, Clarins Skin Spas, Decleor treatment rooms, Elemis Spa ... BB* = Clarins BeautyBAR - a range of express 30-minute treatments, available exclusively at John Lewis Oxford Street, Bluewater, Leeds and Liverpool The House Of ELEMIS London Spa - Book A Facial Treatment Today Adwww.elemis.com/Spas/House-Of-Elemis Treat Yourself Or Someone You Love To A Personalised Beauty Experience. Award-Winning Products · Complimentary UK Delivery · Leading British Skincare · Free UK Delivery Pro-Collagen Marine CreamELEMIS® Christmas ShopELEMIS® Bestsellers estee lauder clinique haul
At 63,000 square feet, the new H&M store in New York City’s Herald Square is the fast-fashion retailer’s largest location in the world. The site pits H&M, which has shaken up the retail world in recent years amid very competitive apparel prices, against Macy’s historic Herald Square store. Both locations, and countless other destinations known as 'flagships', are designed to showcase the top-tier assortments in a given season. And who do they want to showcase the latest threads too? International tourists, that often flock to flagships destinations in major cities for brands they recognize from back at home. As for H&M, the gargantuan new store is one part of its broader push into the U.S., where it will cross the 400 store mark this year. TheStreet’s Brian Sozzi talks with H&M North America President Dan Kulle about the new store, and the retailer’s plans in the year ahead. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
The launch of the H&M store in Melbourne. Video by Dominic Locher
Oracle required a customer testimonial video to showcase how Oracle Commerce was helping to drive profit for their client, John Lewis. Due to how well-known John Lewis is, Oracle required a high quality production with a stylish and modern feel to it. The most immediate obstacle that had to be overcome was the general public; because filming took during the stores normal opening hours. To overcome this, we arrived before the store opened to capture some crucial set-ups that would have been nearly impossible to film if the store was open. We used a two-camera set-up for the interview and a steadicam system to create some interesting B-Roll and set-up shots. We were very lucky to be filming in such a large and well-lit environment, which meant that we were able to film a wide variety of great looking video. Once the shoot was wrapped up, the footage was then loaded pack into our purpose-built edit suites and cut together by our creative group of editors. We worked closely with Oracle during the post-production stage in order to ensure that all key messages were hit.
The retailer has opened its 50th store in Westfield London. The store is experience led and is opening March 20. Read more here- https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/inside-john-lewiss-experience-led-store-date/1459814 For more Campaign video, visit: www.campaignlive.co.uk/video Subscribe to YouTube: www.youtube.com/CampaignLiveTV Follow Campaign on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/campaignmag/ Follow Campaign on Twitter: @Campaignmag Follow Campaign on Instagram: @campaignmagazine
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Skirts and tops lurking in your wardrobe that are dated, tired or no longer fit could soon become money in the bank.John Lewis will offer to buy back items bought from its shops or website in the past, including dresses, trainers and even old bras and damaged gloves.It will send a courier to shoppers’ homes to collect products once they have a total buy-back value of at least £50. The move, which the retailer says is a high street first, is designed to help reduce the 300,000 tonnes of clothing sent to landfill each year in the UK. Share this article Share A spokesman said customers would receive payment for the items on a John Lewis electronic gift card. Trials of the service – which operates via an app set up in partnership with social enterprise Stuffstr – involving 100 customers have provided examples of how much shoppers could receive for their old clothes.A pair of damaged cashmere gloves bought in 2015 for £28 could fetch £4, while an old bra bought for £42 in 2015 gets £5.The bought-back clothes will either be resold, mended to be resold, or recycled.Martyn White, sustainability manager at John Lewis, said: ‘If the concept proves successful, the next stage will be to offer an option for customers to donate the money to charity.’ Last year, John Lewis reused more than 27,000 electrical products and around 2,000 sofas, and recycled materials from 55,000 mattresses.Stuffstr chief executive John Atcheson said: ‘This service gives customers an incentive to buy high-quality, longer-lasting products, and buying such products is a win for both customers and the environment.’The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which lobbies for a ‘circular economy’, has called on other stores to follow suit. Marks & Spencer already has a ‘Shwopping’ initiative, where customers put old clothes in boxes in stores – without payment – to be resold, reused or recycled to raise funds for Oxfam. H&M also offers a £5 voucher for every bag of unwanted clothing or textiles donated in store.