by Elizabeth Lavin

Shopping

BREDA’s New Collection, Mizzen+Main’s Sample Sale, and More Dallas Shopping News

Plus, book a watercolor class at Flea Style, or spend your Saturday gallery hopping the Design District.

BREDA Releasing Fall Collection| July 11

Over the past three days, the Dallas-based watch brand has released a few ambiguous Instagram posts about their upcoming fall collection, and even dropped a video giving us a taste of the new watches. Today, keep your eye on Breda’s Instagram to shop the collection the minute it’s live.

 

Mizzen+Main Sample Sale | July 12, 13

The American-made performance menswear brand is celebrating its sixth anniversary by hosting its Annual Sample Sale this Thursday at 5pm. Drop by 1444 Oak Lawn Ave, Suite 114 to treat the men in your life to the” best damn dress shirt” around. Any remaining products will be sold on Friday from 8am-2pm.

Mizzen+Main founder Kevin Lavelle, photo by Jill Broussard

 

[email protected] | July 13

The bed-in-a-box business is a beautiful thing, but sometimes it’s nice to have a test run IRL. Starting Friday, Casper will be taking up residence in Nordstrom NorthPark along with chic sleep essentials such as essential oils, aromatherapy eye pillows, sleepwear, and diffusers.

 

Flea Style Workshops | July 14

Grab your girl gang this Saturday, and make your way to Deep Ellum for a watercolor workshop at Flea Style from 1pm to 4pm. Taught by professional artist Maya Modi, you’ll leave the class with your very own floral painting and potentially a new hobby. The cost of the workshop is $60, which includes art supplies, wine, and some light bites. Budget your time to shop after the class and score 10 percent off the entire store.

Flea Style founder Brittany Cobb, photo by Elizabeth Lavin

Dallas Gallery Day | July 14

This Saturday, make your way around the city to see the finest art – and art spaces – that Dallas has to offer.  After a day of gallery hopping, drop by Kanju Interiors for an after party hosted by Brooklyn Brewery from 6-8pm.

This year’s limited edition Gallery Day t-shirt, designed by Dallas-based artist Rob Wilson.

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