Holiday shopping is in full swing this month. And with it, plenty of opportunities to gift your friends and family with something different this year. Here are the latest and greatest stores to open their doors in Dallas. Spoiler alert: the Knox-Henderson neighborhood is having a moment right now.
The favorite philanthropic jewelry company is now open on level one of NorthPark Center between Nordstrom and Macy's. Whether you walk away with earrings, a necklace, or a bracelet, know that Akola is committed to reinvesting 100 percent of revenue back into the mission to help Akola women transform their families and communities.
Now open in the Knox-Henderson district, this spacious showroom is home to the DUX bed, which claims to be the most ergonomically sophisticated bed on the market. All Dux products combine elegance and old-world craftsmanship with a Swedish heritage of ergonomic design. In addition to cutting-edge sleep technology, the showroom will also showcase the brand's collection of fine linen and down products. This second floor studio is located on Knox Street, and the entrance is next to The Apple Store.
Clean beauty is on trend right now, and because of brands like Follain, it is safe to say that it's here to stay. Whether you are looking for makeup, skincare, or a combination of the two, you can be sure these products have gone through a strict inspection to ensure that they are nontoxic. Check their social media accounts for information about educational events or call the store for a consultation/makeup application appointment. The Dallas boutique is now open in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood between The Apple Store and Restoration Hardware.
Ida Mae Home
Preston Royal Village is now home to this Dallas-based brand's popup, showcasing quilts, duvets, throws, pillows, and everything in between. Store personnel say the pop-up shop is happening through the end of December, and the boutique is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am-6 pm.
This is not your average kids' shop. Think a well-edited collection of international designers and emerging brands that allows you to shop for your stylish little ones now matter how you like to dress them. This is the only Kids Atelier in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and it is located on level one of NorthPark Center between Nordstrom and Macy's.
Serena & Lily
Located at 4430 McKinney Ave. in Knox-Henderson, this gorgeous design shop is meant to blur the lines between inside and out. Whether you are in the market for a couch, rug, or piece of dining room furniture, the signature Serena & Lily look can be yours as soon as doors open this month.
Soda Says at Neiman Marcus Flagship and Nordstrom NorthPark
United Kingdom-based Soda Says introduces expertly curated tech products in a fashionable and approachable way, and this is its U.S. debut. Products range in price from $25 to $445 and include headphones, chargers, and fitness trackers. You can find the products at the Neiman Marcus flagship store downtown, in addition to a special Pop-In at Nordstrom NorthPark beginning November 16.
The Pillow Bar
This fun, Dallas-based brand has rolled out a new product — denim dog beds. The new beds are available in two sizes — small ($155) and large ($199) — and come with a washable zippered white or black denim cover, piped in coordinating cording, and complete with your own custom embroidery. As always, their pillows, sheets, and towel sets are available for purchase online.
St. Michael's Women's Exchange
Famed artist and designer Michael Aram is making a rare personal appearance from 12:30-4:30 pm November 14. In addition the his distinct decorative pieces and sculptures, he will bring his exclusive jewelry collection for the discriminating shoppers of Dallas.