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Old 10-14-2016, 02:04 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Dallas' Warby Parker Northpark Center boutique opened today, with a grand opening party Saturday Oct 15. That puts Dallas and Austin each with two Warby Parker stores, any rumors on a Houston opening ?
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Old 10-14-2016, 05:14 PM
 
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Dallas' Warby Parker Northpark Center boutique opened today, with a grand opening party Saturday Oct 15. That puts Dallas and Austin each with two Warby Parker stores, any rumors on a Houston opening ?
I think that one is scheduled to open once the renovations at Rice Village are finished.
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Old 10-15-2016, 05:17 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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As of October 15, 2016
Texas Exclusives are bolded.
Proper city limits of Dallas and Houston only.


Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Dallas

Highland Park Village:
-Akris
-Alexander McQueen
-Alice + Olivia
-Anne Fontaine
-Balenciaga
-Bandier

-Billy Reid
-Bluemercury
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Carolina Herrera
-Céline
-Chanel
-Christian Dior
-Christian Louboutin
-Christofle
-Diane Von Furstenberg
-Dior Beauty
-Draper James
-Emily Summers | Studio 54

-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Escada
-Etro
-Fendi----------------(Opening February 2017)
-Filson
-Frédéric Fekkai
-Giuseppe Zanotti
-Hadleigh’s
-Hadleigh's Atelier

-Harry Winston
-Hermes of Paris
-JamesPerse
-Jimmy Choo
-Kiehl's Since 1851
-Leggiadro
-Lela Rose
-Loro Piana
-Market
-Madison
-Rag & Bone

-Ralph Lauren
-Robert Talbott
-Roberta Roller Rabbit
-Saint Laurent Paris
-Shinola
-St. John
-Stella McCartney
-Theory
-Tom Ford
-Tory Burch
-Tracy Anderson Studio Pop-Up
-Trina Turk
-TTH Forty Five Ten
-Vince

NorthPark Center:
-Adriano Goldschmied
-Aēsop---------------------(Opening Winter 2016)
-Agent Provocateur
-Allsaints
-Apple
-Arhaus Furniture
-Bottega Veneta
-Bulgari
-Burberry
-Canali
-Cartier---------------(Rumored to be moving to HP Village (according to Papercity Mag.))
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-Design Within Reach
-Diesel
-Diptyque
-Eileen Fisher
-Eiseman Jewels
-Elie Tahari

-Frye Company
-Gregory's (Original Flagship)
-Gucci
-Helen Ficalora
-Henri Bendel
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss-----------(Temporary Boutique Open, Permanent Boutique Fall 2016)
-Ilori
-John Varvatos------------------(Opening Fall 2017)
-Kate Spade New York
-Kiehl's Since 1851
-Kit + Ace------------------------(Opening Spring 2018)
-Lacoste
-Longchamp Paris
-Louis Vuitton
-Michael Kors
-Montblanc
-Mulberry
-Na Hoku

-NARS Cosmetics-----------------(Opening Fall 2016)
-Neiman Marcus
-Nespresso
-Nordstrom
-Officine Panerai
-Omega
-Peloton
-Pirch
-Rebecca Taylor---------------(Opening Spring 2017)
-Rimowa------------------(Opening October 2016)
-Robert Graham
-Roberto Cavalli
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-Sam Edelman
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Ted Baker London
-Tesla Motors
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tory Burch
-Tory Sport (Temporary Boutique Open, Permanent Boutique Summer 2017)
-Tumi
-Valentino--------(Rumored to be moving Spring 2017 to HP Village (according to Papercity Mag.))
-Versace
-Warby Parker
-Williams Sonoma------------(Moving to New Space Summer 2017)
-Wolford

Galleria Dallas:
-Bachendorf's
-Gucci
-Louis Vuitton
-Michael Kors
-Nordstrom
-Pottery Barn
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tous

Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
-Ann Mashburn/Sid Mashburn
-Black Optical
-Bonobos
-Esther Penn
-Forty Five Ten Flagship---------------(Moving Downtown November 2016)
-Jonathan Adler
-Kate Spade New York
-Kit + Ace (Temporarily Closed)
-Knot Standard
-Marine Layer-------------(Opening Soon)
-Outdoor Voices--------------(Opening Fall 2016)
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Restoration Hardware
-Stag Provisions
-Steven Alan
-Warby Parker


Plaza at Preston Center/Snider Plaza/Inwood Village/Preston Rd.:
-Bachendorf's
-Benefit
-de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry
-J.Mc Laughlin
-Orvis
-Pockets Menswear
-Q Clothier
-Tootsies
-Warren Barron Bridal
-YLang 23


Downtown/Uptown/Design District/West Village:
-Alton Lane
-Edo Popken
-Epocha

-Koleksiyon Furniture LLC
-Lucchese
-Neiman Marcus Flagship (Original)
-Q Clothier
-Stanley Korshak
-Taschen
-TENOVERSIX
-TRAFFIC LA
-TRAFFIC LA Pop-Up Space
: DSQUARED2 (Closed, awaiting new pop-up brand)
-Suitsupply (Flagship Store)
-V.O.D.



Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-(Rumored) Marc Jacobs
-Perrin Paris
-(Rumored) Bloomingdales
-(Rumored) Prada
---Large spaces and impending renovations/expansion of Highland Park Village (unannounced tenants)
---Speculated expansion of Northpark Center to complete the second level (unannounced)




Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
-Allsaints
-Apple
-Baccarat
-Bally

-Bottega Veneta
-Bulgari
-Burberry
-Céline
-Chanel
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Christian Louboutin
-Christofle
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-De Beers
-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Fendi
-Giorgio Armani
-Gregory's
-Gucci
-Henri Bendel
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss
-Jimmy Choo
-John Varvatos
-Kate Spade New York
-Lacoste (CLOSED)
-La Perla
-L.K. Bennett

-Louis Vuitton
-MaxMara
-MCM

-Michael Kors
-Miu Miu
-Montblanc
-Neiman Marcus
-Nordstrom
-Omega
-Peloton
-POLO Ralph Lauren
-Porsche Design
-Prada

-Ralph Lauren
-Robert Graham
-Rolex (CLOSED)
-Saint Laurent Paris
-Saks Fifth Avenue
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-St. John
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Tesla Motors
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tory Burch
-Tourbillon
-Tourneau

-Tous
-Trina Turk
-Tumi
-Valentino
-Versace
-The Webster
-Wolford

Highland Village Houston:
-Apple
-Cole Haan
-Design Within Reach
-Kate Spade New York
-Kiehl's Since 1851
-Lucchese Boots
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Restoration Hardware
-Williams Sonoma

Woodway Collection:
-Bluemercury

BLVD Place/Rice Village/Town & Country Village:
-Bluemercury
-Elaine Turner (Flagship)
-Jonathan Adler
-Kick Pleat
-Knot Standard
-Suitsupply
-Williams Sonoma (x2)


Riveroaks Area/West Ave.:
-Ann Mashburn/Sid Mashburn
-Arhaus
-Billy Reid
-Q Clothier
-Stag Provisions
-Tootsie's (Original Flagship)


River Oaks District:
-Akris
-Alice + Olivia
-Baanou
-Bonobos
-Bonpoint
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Canali
-Cartier
-Chopard
-Christian Dior
-COS
-Davidoff of Geneva

-Diptyque
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Eres
-Etro
-Forty Five Ten------------------(Opening October 2016)
-Giuseppe Zanotti
-Harry Winston
-Hermes of Paris
-Intermix
-Jo Malone
-Joie-----------------------(Opening October 16, 2016)
-John Hardy
-John Lobb
-Kiton
-Les Copains
-Moncler

-NARS Cosmetics
-Oroa----------------------(Opening Soon)
-Patek Philippe at deBoulle
-Roberta Roller Rabbit
-Roberto Cavalli
-St. Nicola
-Stella McCartney
-Tom Ford
-Van Cleef & Arpels
-Vilebrequin

-Vince



Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-(Rumored)-Aesop----(undisclosed location)
-(Rumored) Diane Von Furstenberg
-(Rumored) Paul & Shark at Galleria
-(Rumored) Warby Parker at Rice Village
-----Large scale renovations of previous Saks Fifth Avenue store at Galleria, awaiting 35/40 new luxury retailers
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Old 10-16-2016, 11:55 AM
 
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It would be nice to come up with a list of retail that is bubbling just below the surface of luxury status. I recently read about a lot of ladies battling it out at The Plaza at Preston Center. I consider this level of retail not quite luxury, but better than upscale. I refer to it as regal. Inwood Village and The Miracle Mile has a lot of this as well.
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Old 10-16-2016, 02:21 PM
 
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The Allsaints boutique at Northpark was very disappointing. Much smaller footprint than other locations and poor quality finish out. Is this a temporary boutique? Does anyone know how it compares to Houston?
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Old 10-16-2016, 05:24 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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The Allsaints boutique at Northpark was very disappointing. Much smaller footprint than other locations and poor quality finish out. Is this a temporary boutique? Does anyone know how it compares to Houston?
The Dallas store is ~3400 sqft, I am not sure on the Houston sizing but it is comparable to their new smaller concept stores such as the ~3000 sqft store that recently opened in Palo Alto,CA Stanford Shopping Center. The PA location also like the Dallas store has a very "rough" aesthetic and is branching away from the detailed designs that the brand put into stores such as the San Francisco Union Square Flagship. This is unusual for Northpark to have a very unpolished look, but I think it was their way of attracting new clientele with a brand that is up and coming.
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Old 10-17-2016, 04:32 PM
 
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I'm not understanding how Warby Parker is lux retail?
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Old 10-18-2016, 11:44 AM
 
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I'm not understanding how Warby Parker is lux retail?
The list is comprised of Luxury/Upscale stores, I consider them upscale on the same level as Kit + Ace, Trina Turk, COS, Rebecca Taylor, Lacoste....
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Old 10-18-2016, 12:25 PM
 
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The list is comprised of Luxury/Upscale stores, I consider them upscale on the same level as Kit + Ace, Trina Turk, COS, Rebecca Taylor, Lacoste....
Going by this scale, then that made six upscale / luxury department stores once competing within an area of about a square mile in Far North Dallas. Here they are again:

Sakowitz at the Sakowitz Village Shopping Center.
Neiman Marcus
And Lord & Taylor at Prestonwood Town Center Mall
Bloomingdales at Valley View
Saks Fifth Avenue
And, finally, Marshall Fields at the Dallas Galleria (Its name at the time)

That is over a million square feet of high quality retail in one area. Other than Neimans relocating close by, all these department stores are now gone.
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Old 10-18-2016, 01:09 PM
 
Location: San Antonio. Tx 78209
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The list is comprised of Luxury/Upscale stores, I consider them upscale on the same level as Kit + Ace, Trina Turk, COS, Rebecca Taylor, Lacoste....
They offer glasses cheaper than your typical LensCrafters though. It's more hipster than upscale, like the urban outfitters of glasses.
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