Jennifer Roberts, the owner of the Belmar boutique Composition, had art and design in mind when she created her store's "Curated Rotational Retail" exhibits, themed collections of artwork, jewelry, accessories, household goods, and stationery. She wanted to give her clients an in-depth look at the origins, designers, and inspirations of Composition's products, and now, every three months Roberts launches a new show. This month sees the opening of "Perishable," a display that reflects Robert's interest in modern packaging and its influence on consumption. The store's collection of spices, chocolates, and tea candles juxtapose dishes, kitchen tools, and textiles. Perishable, opening Oct. 23. Composition, 7180 W. Alaska Drive, Lakewood, 303-894-0025
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