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Old 09-16-2015, 03:42 AM
 
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Miami definitely has a fashionable following, but Dallas does have stores Miami does not have.

On the other hand, Dallas is home to three department stores:

- Neiman Marcus
- Stanley Korshak
- Forty Five Ten

I believe these give Dallas an edge.
That wouldn't give Dallas the Edge. Being home to 3 stores doesn't make the city a more luxury shopping destination. Miami metro area definitely is on Top when it comes to that. I mean there are literally 3 Hermes stores in the city of Miami
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Old 09-16-2015, 03:49 AM
 
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The new Christian Dior store in Houston is spectacular, opening in 2 weeks. It's near the stunning new Cartier show place at
River Oaks District.
Didn't the same developer , develop Buckhead Atlanta and River Oaks? Both are spectacular developments
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:37 PM
 
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Didn't the same developer , develop Buckhead Atlanta and River Oaks? Both are spectacular developments
Yes it's OliverMcMillan.
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Old 09-17-2015, 11:37 AM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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Miami has more luxury shopping destinations and quite a few more brands like lanvin Dsqaured Rick Owens Maison Margelia, Dior Homme, Chloe, Fendi longchamp, zadig & Voltaire Emilio Pucci Sergio Rossi dolce & gabbana Maje and givenchy and the list goes on. It is a little more advanced than Dallas especially when it comes to flagship stores Fashion shows and fashion designers etc. The Miami Design District is everything. Fashion & Luxury businesses in the Miami Design District. - Miami Design District. Then you have shops at Balharbour Store Directory. You also while find that Miami supports several of the same stores.

In Dallas you find stores closing up shop like Max Mara Saks Barneys etc not the case for Miami more and more designers are opening than closing
I wasn't slighting Miami though. Just saying that it doesn't dominate like many thought it would over Dallas. Dallas holds its own.
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Old 09-20-2015, 03:28 PM
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Two new stores are coming to Highland Park Village:

Bandier

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BANDIER, a unique Fashion Fitness Music concept and the premiere destination for luxury athletic apparel, is expanding! Moving outside of the New York area for the first time, we are very excited to be coming to Highland Park Village in Dallas, TX. BANDIER carries curated collections of fitness apparel and accessories from over 50 brands, all with a fashion point of view.
Seaside Luxe

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Founded in 2008, Seaside Luxe is a retail management firm that specializes in the design, development and management of luxury retail boutiques at five-star hotels and resorts around the world. The Seaside Luxe retail concept is tailored to reflect the unique ambiance and culture of each resort destination with elements from local and international sources to maintain authenticity within a stylish and sophisticated retail environment.
Céline is still under construction.
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Old 09-22-2015, 06:32 PM
 
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Sadly for River Oak District, they already had a bad start. With big names pulling out before the project finished: Brioni, Alice + Olivia, Theory, Helmut Lang, Courage B, Warby Parker, Spanx, among others. The project is just going to be down hill from here. I can already see Kiton closing in the near future. Houston cannot support luxury.

https://instagram.com/p/21FJJciRA0/?taken-by=rodistrict
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Old 09-22-2015, 06:43 PM
 
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Its just too many devaluing factors tied into Houston's fabric to have a 100% nice neighborhood....its just not consistent enuff.
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Old 09-22-2015, 07:51 PM
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Sadly for River Oak District, they already had a bad start. With big names pulling out before the project finished: Brioni, Alice + Olivia, Theory, Helmut Lang, Courage B, Warby Parker, Spanx, among others. The project is just going to be down hill from here. I can already see Kiton closing in the near future. Houston cannot support luxury.

https://instagram.com/p/21FJJciRA0/?taken-by=rodistrict
Why did the aforementioned tenants decide not to open?
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Old 09-22-2015, 09:22 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Dallas' Highland Park Village has updated the online store directory to include new stores.

Old Tom Thumb Space:
-Céline
-Dior Beauty
-Bandier
-Alice + Olivia Pop-Up
-Royal Blue Grocery
+ 4 new empty stores

Old Patizio's Space:
-Market -----collaboration retail venture between Elisa Summers & Seaside Luxe
-Christie's Auction House
+ 1 new empty space


Spaces to be vacated soon:
-Temporary Hermes
-Celebrity Cafe & Bakery
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Old 09-22-2015, 09:31 PM
 
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Sadly for River Oak District, they already had a bad start. With big names pulling out before the project finished: Brioni, Alice + Olivia, Theory, Helmut Lang, Courage B, Warby Parker, Spanx, among others. The project is just going to be down hill from here. I can already see Kiton closing in the near future. Houston cannot support luxury.

https://instagram.com/p/21FJJciRA0/?taken-by=rodistrict
Houston can support luxury. What are you talking about?
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