Coming soon: Warby Parker
The beloved $95 buy-one-give-one eyeglass brand is opening a Dallas “Classroom” (this means storefront). It’s technically a long-term pop-up location, but there’s no end date scheduled currently. In the store, you’ll find Warby Parker’s entire range of eyewear and its signature 50s school decor. Outside, you can enjoy its yellow school bus full of sofas and books. Address will be 2008 North Henderson Ave.
Opening: June 18
Coming soon: Vintage Martini
The crazy good vintage shop is closings its doors in Carrollton (sad for them) and opening new ones in Dallas (wahoo for us!). The new address is a bit of a secret, but we’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, if you’re into scavenger hunts, there is already an empty storefront in Dallas with two “incredible dresses in the front window.” Find it, alert Vintage Martini that you’ve discovered their new spot, and they’ll gift you a $25 gift card if you’re one of the first five.
Opening: July 1
Coming soon: Bonobos
The menswear e-tailer is opening a Dallas “Guideshop,” where men can skip trying to figure out their own measurements and head right in to let the experts do the work. It’s an e-commerce showroom that allows gents to try on clothing before placing their order online. It’s the ninth of the brand’s brick and mortar locations, where men can shop for suits, denim, button-up shirts, and chinos.
Opening: June 6
Coming soon: Mulberry
The English luxury line is opening its first Texas store in NorthPark Center this fall. Most recently, the brand is creating excitement with its collaboration with It girl Cara Delevingne. A collection of Delevingne bags features three ways to wear them and come in a variety of leather types and styles, including camouflage.
Opening: Fall 2014