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It's Tea Time In Provincetown - Boston Globe
September 15, 2017 - PROVINCETOWN — When Meghan O’Connor was the Design Director of Special Projects at Marc Jacobs, she and Dani Niedzielski, the fashion label’s then-Director of stores and US Retail Training, would recenter their chaotic days with afternoon tea.
“When you’re working in a corporate office with long and demanding hours, the opportunity to escape during the day came around 3 p.m.,” O’Connor, 34, explained. “We’d look at our watches and go get tea time.”
Episode 29: Dani and Meghan of The Captain's Daughters - Love Keeping Shop Podcast
August 29, 2017 - Former Marc Jacobs employees, Dani and Meghan opened retail stores, planned big time collaborations and flexed their creative muscles for many years before deciding to open up shop.
We chat about the genius ways they started planning their business, how they decided to make P-town home and why "doing tea" means so much more to them then just selling and serving.
How to Do Summer in Provincetown, According to Designer John Derian - Condé Nast Traveller
July 21, 2017- Even in the middle of winter, the air in Provincetown, Massachusetts has an icy, floral smell. "Being so far out in the sea," says designer John Derian, "You can almost smell spring happening somewhere in the world." But it's summer when the town really comes alive, and when he and his boyfriend, photographer Stephen Johnson, spend their days exploring the miles of wild federal land that surround the tiny village at the northernmost end of Cape Cod.
Provincetown Shopping: A Commercial Street Stroll
June 19, 2017 - "It totally won me over with courteous, personal service and a tasty cup of tea. I’m a fan of any shop where boxes of hard-to-find loose leaf tea stand within arm’s reach of piles of stunning indigo-dyed vintage textiles."