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Dallas Retail Roundup: Uptown Night Markets, Luxury Resale Pop-Up Shops, and More

The Dallas shopping news you need to know this week, from sales to store openings.

Luxury Resale Brand FASHIONPHILE Arrives at Neighborhood Goods

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FASHIONPHILE, an online retailer known for its extensive selection of preowned luxury handbags and accessories, just launched its first long-term partnership with a brick-and-mortar retailer. The brand’s offerings are now available inside the Neighborhood Goods locations in Plano, Austin, and New York. Each FASHIONPHILE display will feature a rotating selection of bags, shoes, and accessories from coveted brands like Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, and Balenciaga. “We’ve set our ambitions on offering a truly unique retail experience where customers can discover new brands and shop in new ways,” says Matt Alexander, the co-founder and CEO of Neighborhood Goods. “FASHIONPHILE is at the forefront of the ‘recommerce’ movement and we’re eager to work alongside them.” Learn more about Neighborhood Goods’ hours and locations here.

New Event Series, Uptown Night Markets, Debuts This Friday

The piazza at McKinney & Olive.

August 13 marks the start of Uptown Night Markets, a monthly events series held in the outdoor piazza at McKinney & Olive. Attendees can shop booths full of locally made artisan goods and enjoy food and drinks, live music, photo ops, and lawn games. Uptown Night Markets is a partnership between Crescent Property Services, J.P. Morgan Global Alternatives, and Lively Local Markets. It was created to celebrate the neighborhood’s lively spirit and walkability. The inaugural event runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is free to attend; while all ages are welcome, the event was planned with a 21-and-up crowd in mind. Complimentary parking is available at McKinney & Olive’s garages on Olive and Harwood. Learn more here.

FGI Fall Fashion Forum Will Take Place on August 19

Fashion Group International is partnering with Highland Park Village for its third annual Fall Fashion Forum. FGI is the preeminent professional organization for those in the arts, lifestyle, beauty, and influencing spheres, and its annual forum is designed to share the latest developments in each industry with the public. The four-part panel series will feature local experts, including employees from Carolina Herrera and Etro in Highland Park Village, and will cover women’s and men’s fashion, art, and beauty. After the panels conclude, guests are invited to mix and mingle at Park House. Get tickets for the August 19 event–$50 for FGI members and $75 for non-members–here.

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