Unbranded for the Girls
Deep Ellum pop-up Unbranded gets a woman's touch for second round
For its second round, Unbranded has the benefit of a woman’s touch. The Deep Ellum pop-up shop conceived by Dallas entrepreneurs Matt Alexander and Bryan DeLuca are welcoming some jewelry designers and a female artist November 12-15. These girls are displaying their goods alongside items from Need and Foot Cardigan.
Stop by Wednesday through Saturday to see the following:
- Gift Girl, from Jean Voute
- Kristin Miller
- City + Sky, from sisters Courtney and Allison Edwards
- Ferocity Jewelry, from April Nicolaides
- Artist Angie Reisch
While hanging out with these gals, you can also settle in with a cup of coffee from Houndstooth sibling Tweed. In addition, photographer Ben Larzabal is offering to do $25 headshots for the local startup community.
Unbranded hours are Wednesday-Friday, 3-7 pm, and Saturday, noon-7 pm. Join them for a happy hour on November 12, 5-7 pm, sponsored by local entrepreneur Katie Troutman.
In the first round, Unbranded welcomed Quixotic pocket squares, Of Mud & Coal fine leather goods, artist Riley Holloway and photographer Austin Mann. The purpose of this project is to provide free retail and events space to entrepreneurs, designers, developers, photographers, artists and the like for a couple of months to help them gain exposure.
In addition to Tweed, Unbranded sponsors MailChimp, SoftLayer, Vela Keller PC, Reel FX and Common Desk have helped make this project possible.