This Week's Hot Headlines
New swimwear is a perfect fit in this week's 5 hottest Dallas headlines
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1. Dallas designer launches uplifting swimwear for women with itty bitty fit issue. Highland Park native and TCU grad Hartley Lynn launched SABAL, a new brand of swimwear for women with smaller chests, on August 22. Designed for AA to C cups, SABAL swimsuits are specially designed to retain their shape and feel in and out of the water. The line currently includes two bikini top styles and two bottom piece styles, plus one style of one-pieces.
2. Kroger reboots in Frisco just in time for great supermarket battle of 2022. The supermarket throwdown is on in Frisco, and Kroger is readying for battle. The grocery store chain just celebrated the reopening its store at 3205 Main St. The renovation was completed in the nick of time to preempt the earth-shattering imminent arrival of H-E-B, which will open on September 21.
3. New restaurant with affordable Japanese-style comfort food warms up Plano. A new Japanese restaurant has come to Plano with a unique and authentic approach to dining. Called Tokyo Shokudo, its goal is to offer the Japanese "Teishoku" experience, said to be reminiscent of everyday dining in Tokyo. It officially opened at 4709 Parker Rd. #450 on September 15.
4. Fashionistas live la dolce vita at Ten Best Dressed Women of Dallas events. Known as the unofficial opener of fall gala season in Dallas, Crystal Charity Ball's Ten Best Dressed Women of Dallas event has become so popular that this year it was done in shifts. The traditional morning gathering at Neiman Marcus NorthPark Center was followed by an evening assembly, both of which began with a Champagne and Aperol spritz reception and finished with a daring fashion show from Dolce & Gabbana.
5. Audacious over-the-top brunch spot from the Northeast debuts in Dallas. A New England-based brunch restaurant with some crazy, over-the-top food and drink is headed for Dallas: Called The Place 2 Be, it's a small chain from Connecticut opening its first location outside of the Northeast in Dallas' Victory Park, at 2401 Victory Park Ln., the space that used to be Dibs on Victory.