The renovated Lido Marina Village recently welcomed new stores to its waterfront retail center situated at the entrance to the Balboa Peninsula.
The latest stores are beauty shop Cos Bar, jewelry shop Broken English and activewear retailer Sweaty Betty.
Cos Bar, a luxury cosmetics and skincare boutique featuring products for men and women, originated 41 years ago in Aspen, Colo., and has since opened stores in Brentwood, Montecito and Wailea, Hawaii, among others.
The Newport Beach location carries more than 30 brands, including Sisley-Paris, Tom Ford and Tata Harper.
Broken English, a Los Angeles-based company featuring a mix of contemporary and vintage jewelry, offers pieces by Los Angeles designers, such as Jennifer Meyer, Anita Ko and Jacquie Aiche.
The boutique's newest address in Orange County also showcases a mix of contemporary brassware and ceramics, as well as antique and vintage finds from French fashion house Hermès and other brands.
British workout clothing line Sweaty Betty started in Notting Hill, London, and became known to women for its reversible yoga pants, prints, sculpting leggings and technical fabrics.
The styles are designed for multi-sport use, and the all-female design team created collections intended to go from studio to street.
This summer, Lido Marina Village also will welcome a few more tenants to the shopping center, including Sugar Paper, Lido Bottle Works, Bixby & Ball, Yolk and Lido Marina Village Electric Boat Rental.
Recently opened stores and restaurants include Japanese cuisine Nobu and Honor Coffee Roasters, a specialty coffee shop that started in Portland, Ore.
Lido Marina Village is at 3434 Via Lido, Newport Beach. The center is open from 10 a.m to 7 p.m. daily and store hours vary. For more information, visit lidomarinavillage.com.