New year means new wardrobe, right? If you’re looking to replace your entire pre-pandemic closet (it’s OK, no one’s jeans fit anymore) or you just want a little style refresh, get everything you need at these pop-ups this month.
Amp up your shoe game during the Sarah Flint sale at NorthPark Center.
Just like an LBD in your wardrobe, every shoe collection needs a classic pump. Whether it’s a block-heel to keep comfortable during that cocktail party, patterned to jazz up your brunch look, or a classic pointy-toed stiletto to finalize your power suit look, a beautiful pump is definitely a must-have.
Head to Sarah Flint this week to find 40 percent off pumps, as well as boots, flats, and sandals. The New York-based shoe brand is offering huge discounts both online and at its Dallas pop-up at NorthPark Center. Snag your favorites from Sarah Flint’s Fall/Winter 2021 collection, as well as previous seasons January 12–14.
Sarah Flint pop-up, NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway. Jan. 12–14, 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Get ready for summer at Neiman’s Tanya Taylor installation.
It’s never too early to start thinking about summer, and while it’s actually sweater weather here in Dallas, we can’t help but wish for warmer days. Enter Tanya Taylor. The New York-based Canadian designer’s newest Coastal Cues collection is as bright and beachy as any landlocked Dallasite could hope. Inspired by Miami’s Surf Club, the collection features bold and colorful knits, dresses, sarongs, swimsuits, and more, perfect for your yacht club dreams or simply shopping at NorthPark.
For the next few weeks, you can check out the collection in-person. Tanya Taylor is hosting a visual installation of the new collection at the NorthPark Center Neiman Marcus for two weeks beginning Thursday, January 13. (You can also find the collection at the Fort Worth Neiman’s starting January 12.)
Neiman Marcus, NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway.
Finally shop Jonathan Simkhai in person.
Online shopping is easy—scroll to your heart’s content, click “add to cart,” and presto! you have new clothes. Except those new clothes don’t fit because you ordered the wrong size and now you have to call customer service and dig up the order number in your emails and go to the post office to mail it back and it’s just a mess.
Yes, sometimes, we really do need in person shopping, and the MARKET at Highland Park Village is here to help. The incubator spot just announced its newest six-month pop-up shop: designer Jonathan Simkhai. Based in Los Angeles, the designer has made a splash over the past decade, dressing Euphoria’s Barbie Ferreira at last year’s Met Gala and winning the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2015. Shop his elegant, luxe, and clean-lined (he makes cutouts classy) styles, from denim and swimwear to the brand-new shoe collection, starting January 19 through June.
MARKET, 26B Highland Park Village. Mon–Sat, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun, noon–5 p.m.