The Turnstyle at Columbus Circle, Manhattan’s latest version of retailing in the subway system, opens Tuesday, with an array of national chains and small boutique operators — 35 in total — in the 14,700-square-foot underground space.

Among those opening stores are Starbucks and Papyrus, as well as Fab.com with a pop-up selling apparel, accessories, jewelry and home products, and The New Stand, which will sell gadgets and accessories.

 Spectre & Co. men’s wear, Studio Manhattan Art + Design, Arth hats, Lush cosmetics and Kit’s Underground Wine and Spirits are also opening.
Lush has a new retail design inspired by the brand’s flagship on Oxford Street in London, and various U.S. locations, with reclaimed wood, brick, tiles and barrels and crates that double as display fixtures, and neutral tones that contrast the bright colors of Lush products.The Lush shop is 549 square feet and designed for quick and convenient shopping, which is necessary for those eager to catch a train and get to work on time or get home.

Alyssa Gates, Lush Cosmetics’ director of U.S. real estate, called Turnstyle “a new retail hub” and noted the store marks the company’s 13th shop in the city. Lush also has a spa on Lexington Avenue. “Lush has been extremely well-received by consumers from across the area for several years and as a result we felt it was time to further extend our offering to consumers ‘on the go’ at Columbus Circle,” she said.

Officials expect the subterranean marketplace will see an estimated 88,000 people on a typical weekday.

Lush considers itself a “cosmetic grocer” by using organic fruit, vegetables and oils for its products. The assortment includes cleansing rolls, bath bombs, bars of solid shampoo and face masks on ice. Lush never tests products on animals and every product is vegetarian, with 85 percent of the products vegan, 40 percent preservative-free and 35 percent unpackaged.