Lynne Greene aims to put the pleasure back into department store shopping.
As part of the latest chapter in her quest to use innovation to make the at-the-counter experience more meaningful, the Clinique president has opened an Experience Bar as part of the brand’s sprawling counter at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship in Manhattan. The bar, the newest facet of Clinique’s Service as You Like It program, features not only seven iPads that provide personal analysis and dispense skin-care advice in nine languages, but offers an array of product dispensers that could be known as the world’s first musical testers.
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