Dallas Retail Roundup: New Storefronts in Deep Ellum, Plano, Fort Worth, and More

The Deep Ellum Patagonia Store now welcomes walk-in shoppers

Patagonia’s second storefront in Texas (the first is in Austin) has been open on Deep Ellum’s Main Street for several months, but shoppers can finally browse in person. The 6,500 square meter area offers clothing and sports equipment for men, women and children. It also doubles as a venue for community events like yoga classes and composting workshops. Stop by 2626 Main Street for shopping. During peak hours, you may be placed on a waiting list due to limited capacity. Roadside pickup is also available. Find out more here.

Stacey Bendet from Alice + Olivia arrives at Highland Park Village

Photo by Shayna Fontan

Stacey Bendet, the CEO and The creative director of the womenswear brand Alice + Olivia will have her first personal appearance in Texas. Next Thursday, April 29, Bendet will be showing up for an in-store event at the Alice + Olivia boutique in Highland Park Village with Nicky Hilton, Benden’s close friend, and Tina Craig, the Dallasite behind the Bag Snob blog. Stop by 7B Highland Park Village from 6pm to 8pm to chat with Bendet and shop for the line’s spring collection. 10 percent of the event proceeds will go to the North Texas Food Bank.

Estelle Colored Glass is open in Fort Worth

Stephanie Summerson Hall, the founder of Estelle Colored Glass, named her brand in honor of her grandmother Estelle, an antique lover and longtime collector of colored glass. The South Carolina-based home decor line includes a mix of pastel and jewel-colored stemmed glasses, glassware, and cake stands in vintage-inspired shapes. After successful pop-ups in North Texas, Hall decided that a permanent showroom was a logical next step. Now their high-quality, hand-blown glass pieces can be bought in person in Sundance Square in Fort Worth. Appointments are required to enter the showroom at 112 East 4th Street. E-mail [email protected] book a time to shop.

Legacy West adds five high-end storefronts

Photo courtesy Legacy West

Highland Park Village has been the go-to place for high-end shopping in North Texas for decades. The mixed-use retail destination Legacy West is set to transform the game. The Plano shopping district will welcome five luxury retailers this spring. The first, Gucci, opened on April 16. Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch and Chanel Beauty are slated to open next. The stores will collectively occupy 16,500 square meters of retail space. Stay tuned by following Legacy West’s Instagram here.

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