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Dallas Retail Roundup: The Openings, Events, and Sales You Need to Know

A socially-distanced marketplace in Legacy West, a globally-inspired collection by Caitlin Wilson, and more.
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CU·RAT·ED: A Modern Pop-Up Market in Uptown

CU•RAT•ED: A Modern Pop-Up Market Returns at Legacy West

After a months-long hiatus due to COVID-19, CU•RAT•ED is once again bringing together local vendors for a day of socially-distanced shopping. The event is a partnership between Bree Clarke, community leader and founder of lifestyle brand The Iman Project, and Legacy West‘s Market Days. Expect to see an eclectic mix of vendors, including natural beauty brand Eyllek Skincare, abstract artist Krista Miller, and women’s clothing line Kalōn. Tickets to the September 13 event are free. Register here and don’t forget your mask!

Caitlin Wilson Releases a New Italian-Inspired Collection

Caitlin Wilson‘s eponymous home furnishings line is releasing a collection inspired by the designer’s travels to Florence and Siena. The Florentine Collection combines the “delicate florals, geometric linework, soft silhouettes, and structured prints,” of Italian architecture and interior design, says Wilson. Expect to see pillows, wallpaper, rugs, furniture, art, and more. Explore the collection here.

Three Teenage Sisters in Richardson Start an Affordable Jewelry Line

After losing their summer jobs and internships, the Owens sisters (Charlotte, 15, Lawrence, 13, and Emily, 12) needed to find a way to make money during the pandemic. “As teens ourselves, we struggle to find cute jewelry that is reasonably priced,” says Emily. “[We decided] to produce high-quality, handmade, hand-packaged jewelry at fair prices.” Ruby Loops was named in honor of the siblings’ grandmother, mother, and younger sister, who all have birthdays in July and share a ruby birthstone. The line’s beaded bracelets, gold necklaces, and tassel earrings are priced at $30 or below. Shop Ruby Loops here.

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