Retail Fix

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Makers | Goods | Hot spots 

Shop, sweat and spruce up your style and space with our retail picks for September.

Feel the burn at AKT’s new Brier Creek location, where you can bust out your best moves while breaking a sweat via choreographed classes featuring dance movements for cardio and strength. 8531 Brier Creek Parkway, Ste. 107

You’re gonna want to sit down for this (get it?). Globally inspired, heirloom-quality furniture brand Arhaus relocated from Crabtree Valley Mall to a new 17,974-square-foot location at Fenton. Time to redecorate? 300 Fenton Gateway

Peace out, cancer! Eight-year-old Harper (and close family friend of Duke’s Coach K) tackled her battle with leukemia and recently scanned cancer free (!). Now, she’s partnered with Custom Ink to design a Peace Out Cancer T-shirt—using 50% of the proceeds for her medical expenses and donating the rest to the V Foundation for Cancer Research.

You’re gonna wanna take note of The Flourish Market’s recently debuted private-label custom-dress collection, especially because every single one has pockets (!). Um, yes, please! 307 W. Martin St.

I beg your garden? Good Dirt Raleigh is opening a new location offering products derived from renewable plant-based components. OK, bloomer! 1500 Brookside Drive

We’re a sucker for Joe Jonas’ new brand partnership with XEOMIN, an FDA-approved anti-wrinkle injection by Merz Aesthetics, headquartered in Raleigh.

There’s nothing unorthodox about secondhand shopping, especially at Unorthodox Vintage, a cool new collab by Sir Chance’s and She Thrifty Apparel in DTR. Get ready to slayyy in your new vintage ’fit. 206 S. Wilmington St.

Nails done, lashes done, everything did. Pamper yourself with a visit to Reign Luxury Beauty Lounge, now open in City Market, which offers a variety of manis and pedis, lash lifts, and more. We fancy a trip, ASAP.  325 Blake St.

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