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Retail Roundup: Discounts and Giveaways at Highland Park Village’s Spring Shopping Stroll

Plus, new stores are popping up all over the place, including another Reformation and Gregory’s.
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Market is carrying a slew of new designers this spring, like Cult Gaia. Courtesy of Market

Saunter through Highland Park Village’s annual spring Shopping Stroll. 

Given the number of “sunny and 75” days of late, spring is officially here. Relish the sunshine and refresh your wardrobe at Highland Park Village’s annual Spring Shopping Stroll this Saturday, April 9. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the shopping center’s tenants will throw open their doors, offering boozy sips and deals you won’t want to miss. Get 20 percent off Rag & Bone, Something Navy, James Perse, and Cerón Highland Park; enter giveaways at Dr. Barbara Sturm, La Perla, and Lele Sadoughi; and more. Bring your whole family and enjoy the Sisterly Floral flower cart, face painting, and an Easter-worthy photo op with live bunnies throughout the afternoon. See the full list of specials here

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The new Inspiration Co. at Galleria Dallas. Courtesy of Galleria Dallas

Check out everything opening at Galleria Dallas.

Galleria Dallas is opening three new shops and bringing back another. Launching its second Dallas location, Gregory’s will open mid-April across from Apple. The Dallas-based apparel shop is known for its designer inventory and for perhaps being the best shoe store in the city. Faith-based jewelry company The Inspiration Co., which got its start with beaded bracelets in 2017, has opened across from H&M. North Texas-based sweets shop Lizzie Lu Luxury Treats will sell its candy bark, butter cakes, cobbler-esque “Shookies,” and plenty more across from Morphe by the end of the month. Meanwhile, Apricot Lane made a name for itself with its boho, preppy Gen Z girl aesthetic. The company has eight franchise locations in North Texas. After a temporary closure, the Galleria location is reopening with a new owner: beauty queen Brieana LaCaze, who also owns an Apricot Lane franchise in McKinney. 

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Reformation has a new pop-up shop in Highland Park Village by Yo! Lobster. Catherine Wendlandt

Let’s get in Reformation. 

“Sustainable” fast fashion brand Reformation is expanding its Dallas reach. The cult classic already has a store over on Henderson, and on April 1, it opened a pop-up shop in Highland Park Village. The space, which is at the corner next to YO! Lobster, is huge. Enter through an atrium and walk past a display of fashion-forward sandals and mules on your way to the sleek store. The walls are lined with racks of feminine and cool linen pieces, denim, and wedding-guest-attire staples, leaving plenty of breathing room for multiple seating areas. And for those wondering how long they’ll have to shop here, Reformation currently has no plans to leave Highland Park Village anytime soon. 

Other News to Know 

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The Automower 435X from Husqvarna. Courtesy of Husqvarna

Let a robot cut your grass. 

Hate mowing the lawn? You’re not alone, and now you don’t have to … if you have several thousand dollars to spend. Swedish outdoor power tool brand Husqvarna is hosting a pop-up shop—they call it a “plawn shop”—April 9 in Grapevine. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., come see demos of Husqvarna’s pricey-but-perhaps-worth-it Automower robot lawn mowers. 

Explore trunk shows galore at Market this month. 

Highland Park Village’s Market has a slew of new brands for spring. Shop labels like Victoria Beckham, Cult Gaia, JW Anderson, and more. Plus, the shop is hosting trunk shows and events almost every weekend this month. During Highland Park Village’s spring stroll, abstract artist Ashley Varel will be personalizing tote bags. Sig Ward Fine Jewelry will be in town April 21–23 and Hannah Ferguson will set up shop April 28–29. 

Centre and The Joule’s new pop-up is almost here.

What happens when sneaker haven Centre and luxe hotel The Joule collab? The tennis-streetwear crossover you didn’t know you needed. Centre and The Joule are launching a three-month pop-up shop at 1604 Main St. The shop, which will have a country-club feel, will carry branded athleisure, as well as vintage Rolex watches and designer sunglasses. The event begins Friday, April 8.

Foxtrot is trotting into Knox-Henderson.

Luxe convenience store Foxtrot is opening a third Dallas location. The “chic, hip coffee-shop/deli/wine bar/corner bodega/everything-you-want-it-to-be with delivery” (as Eve Hill-Agnus once described it) made a splash when it debuted in Uptown back in March 2019. The corner store offers delivery, a coffee bar, a deli, wine, and so much more. The new location in Knox-Henderson is set to open late this summer. 

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