Murad is marking a quarter century in business by opening its first retail store in Los Angeles.
The skin-care brand, no stranger to the brick-and-mortar landscape with a long history operating a spa, developed the 1,500-square-foot global flagship on West Third Street with assistance from Shubin + Donaldson Architects and Esprey Consulting. Envisioned to embody Murad’s concept of inclusive health, the store will carry the brand’s full array of 92 stockkeeping units, priced from $16 to $150.
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