This month in fashion is ruled by pop-ins and pop-ups. That and NorthPark Center opened a bundle of beautiful new stores (what else is new). If you have yet to supplement your spring/summer wardrobe, the time is now, people.
From now until May 22, shop this hair, skin, and body care brand known for its iconic amber glass bottles and pastel metal tubes. Aesop marries botanical ingredients known for their unique fragrances. Trained Aesop consultants will be on hand to explore skincare rituals and prescribe formulations suited to skin type, environmental factors, and personal needs. We hate to pick favorites, but you can't go wrong with a Geranium Body Balm and a Ginger Flight Therapy.
Design Within Reach
Now you can shop Dallas' favorite source for the best in modern design inside of NorthPark Center, on level one between Neiman Marcus and Dillard's. From iconic midcentury works to innovative items designed today, this brand prides itself on selling clean and simple furniture and accessories, representing designers, materials, and processes that span categories and countries.
Draper James pop-up at Market
Head to Highland Park Village now through June 7 to shop Reese Witherspoon's brand of Southern-inspired clothing, accessories, and home goods. If you miss the chance to shop the pop-up, don't fret. Draper James is planning to return for good in September with a permanent store.
Although this store has been open for a while now, we feel like May is the perfect month to truly take advantage of all the fabulous boho fashion for women. Plus, ever since we found out the Duchess of Cambridge herself, Kate Middleton, was into Minnie Rose for her poncho, shawl, caftan, and dress needs, we had to find out where to score the brand in Dallas.
Woman all around Dallas-Fort Worth squealed in delight when they heard this brand was opening up a standalone store in their area. The boutique offers shoes, apparel, jewelry, and handbags at an attainable price point. Sam Edelman's first Texas store opens late May in NorthPark Center on level one between Nordstrom and Macy's.
The 6,500-square-foot space features apparel, footwear, and accessories, plus a wearables area featuring devices compatible with Under Armour’s Connected Fitness platform. It's now open in NorthPark Center on level one near Macy's and is the first store of its kind in Texas.