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Old 05-23-2020, 01:52 AM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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That being stated, it's definitely time for an update, OP.

In for Houston:

-Balenciaga
-Johnny Dang & Co
-Gianvito Rossi
-Golden Goose
-Panerai
-Pronovias
-Ba&SH
-FRAME
-Moreau
-Veronica Beard
-Luis Vuitton (second Houston location in Woodlands)
-Tom Ford moved to Galleria from ROD
-Akris moved to Galleria from ROD
-Jo Malone opened second location at Galleria

Closed in Houston

-Chopard
-St. Nichola

In for Dallas

-Golden Goose
-Rolex
-VAN CLEEF
-Zimermann
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Sandro
-Maje

Closed in Dallas:

-Dior Boutique
Yes I am currently in the process of updating. Been asked by several users recently.

Also the Dior Beauty closed in Dallas not the Christian Dior boutique.
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Old 05-23-2020, 02:24 AM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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As of May 23, 2020
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
-Audemars Piguet----------------(Opening Soon)
-Balenciaga
-Bandier
-Beretta Gallery
-Bluemercury
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Carolina Herrera
-Cartier
-Céline
-Chanel
-Christian Dior
-Christian Louboutin--------------(Under full renovation/expansion)
-Christofle
-The Conservatory
-The Conservatory on Two
-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Escada
-Etro
-Forty Five Ten
-FRAME
-Fendi
-Goyard
-Hadleigh’s
-Hadleigh's Atelier
-Harry Winston
-Hermés
-JamesPerse
-Jimmy Choo
-La Ligne--------------------(Opening Soon)
-Le Labo
-Lela Rose
-Loro Piana
-Market
-Madison
-Miron Crosby
-Rag & Bone
-Ralph Lauren
-Roller Rabbit
-Rolex-------------------(Opening Soon)
-St. John
-Theory
-Tom Ford
-Tory Burch
-Trina Turk
-Valentino
-Van Cleef & Arpels-------------(Opening Soon)
-Veronica Beard
-Vince
-William Noble Jewels

NorthPark Center:
-Aēsop Northpark
-Adriano Goldschmied
-Alexandre Birman
-Allsaints
-Arhaus Furniture
-Billy Reid-----------------(Opening Summer 2020)
-Bottega Veneta
-Burberry
-Bvlgari
-Canali
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-Design Within Reach
-Diptyque
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Eataly------------------(Opening 2020)
-Eileen Fisher
-Eiseman Jewels
-Fabiana Filippi
-Fresh
-Frye
-Golden Goose
-Gregory's (Original Flagship)
-Gucci
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss
-Isabel Marant
-John Varvatos
-Kate Spade New York
-Kiehl's Since 1851
-Lacoste
-Longchamp
-Louis Vuitton---------------(Undergoing renovations/expansion to US Flagship status)
-Maje
-MCM
-Michael Kors
-Montblanc
-Na Hoku
-Neiman Marcus
-Nespresso
-Nordstrom
-Officine Panerai
-Oliver Peoples
-Omega
-Paige
-Peloton
-Rebecca Taylor
-Rimowa
-Robert Graham
-Rodd & Gunn
-Saint Laurent
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-Sam Edelman
-Sandro
-Scotch & Soda
-Shinola
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Ted Baker London
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tory Burch
-Tory Sport
-Tumi
-Versace
-Warby Parker
-Williams Sonoma
-Zimmermann--------------------(Opening Spring 2020)

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


Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
-Aēsop Knox
-Ann Mashburn/Sid Mashburn
-Baldwin
-Black Optical
-Bonobos
-CB2
-Emily Summers | Studio 54
-Indochino
-Jonathan Adler
-Kate Spade New York
-Knot Standard
-Kohler
-Marine Layer
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Reformation
-RH Dallas------------(Under massive renovation/addition to Flagship status (would include ~60,000 sqft of retail space, as well as RH Restaurant)
-RH Baby & Child
-RH Modern Dallas
-Room & Board
-Stag Provisions
-Velvet by Graham & Spencer
-Warby Parker
-Weir's--------(Undergoing renovation of Weir Furniture with new highrise/retail)
--------------------------
-Future Redevelopment of Travis St. Lofts


Plaza at Preston Center/Snider Plaza/Inwood Village/Preston Rd.:
-Bachendorf's
-Benefit
-Betty Reiter
-Cos Bar
-de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry
-Elaine Turner
-J Hilburn
-J.Mc Laughlin
-Luxury Garage Sale
-Matthew Trent
-Nardos Design
-Orvis
-Pockets Menswear
-Q Clothier
-Tootsies
-Society
-Warren Barron Bridal
-YLang 23
-ZO Skin Centre

Downtown/Uptown/West Village:
-Abi Ferrin
-Forty Five Ten on Main
-Joule FiveTenoverSix
-Koleksiyon Furniture LLC
-Neiman Marcus Flagship (Original)
-Nicole Kwon
-Patagonia------------------(Opening Soon)
-Q Clothier
-Rye 51
-Stanley Korshak
-Taschen
-TRAFFIC LA Men's
-TRAFFIC LA Women's
-Suitsupply
-----------------
-Future The Drever Retail
-Future Fountain Place Retail

Design District/Victory Park:
-Alton Lane
-Don Morphy
-Edo Popken
-Joanna Czech
-Lucchese Boots
-V.O.D.
-----------------
Future- The Union Retail

Oak Cliff/Bishop Arts:
-All Good Things
-Beatnik Fine Goods
-DLM Supply
-Glass Optical
-Magic Hour
-Marcel Market
-Society
-----------------
-Future Davis Street Market Retail
-Future Alamo Manhattan Retail
-Future Exxir Capital Retail
-Future Crescent Community Retail

Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-Perrin Paris
-(Rumored-likely dead) Bang & Olufsen Downtown
-(Rumored) Bloomingdales
-(Rumored) Byredo
-(Rumored) Zadig & Voltaire
-(Rumored) Marc Jacobs
-(Rumored) Nicholas Kirkwood
-(Rumored) Prada
---Speculated expansion of Northpark Center to complete the second level (unannounced)




Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
-Aēsop Galleria
-Adriano Goldschmied
-Allsaints
-Akris
-Balenciaga-----------------(Opening June 2020)
-Ba&SH
-Bottega Veneta
-Breitling
-Burberry
-Bvlgari
-Céline
-Chanel
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Christian Louboutin
-Christofle
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-De Beers
-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Fabergé
-Fendi
-Gianvito Rossi-----------------(Opening Soon)
-Giorgio Armani
-Golden Goose-----------------(Opening Soon)
-Gucci
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss
-Indochino
-Jimmy Choo
-Jo Malone
-John Varvatos
-Kate Spade New York
-Lacoste
-Loro Piana
-Louis Vuitton
-Maje
-MaxMara
-MCM
-Michael Kors
-Montblanc
-Neiman Marcus
-Nordstrom
-Officine Panerai
-Omega
-Paige
-Peloton
-Porsche Design
-Prada
-Ralph Lauren
-Robert Graham
-Saint Laurent
-Saks Fifth Avenue
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-Sam Edelman
-Sandro
-Scotch & Soda
-St. John
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Ted Baker London
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tom Ford
-Tory Burch
-Tous
-Tresor Rare
-Tumi
-Valentino
-Versace
-The Webster
-Wolford

Highland Village Houston/Montrose/Heights Mercantile:
-Aēsop Montrose
-Aēsop Heights Mercantile
-Cole Haan
-Design Within Reach
-Kate Spade New York
-Kiehl's Since 1851
-Lucchese Boots
-Marine Layer
-Peloton
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Q Clothier
-Restoration Hardware
-Rye 51
-Warby Parker
-Williams Sonoma

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

River Oaks Area/West Ave.:
-Ann Mashburn/Sid Mashburn
-Arhaus
-Billy Reid
-Events
-Q Clothier
-Le Labo
-Rye 51
-Stag Provisions
-Tootsie's (Original Flagship)

River Oaks District:
-Alice + Olivia
-Baccarat
-Bonobos
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Canali
-Cartier
-Christian Dior
-COS
-Davidoff of Geneva
-Diptyque
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Eres
-Etro
-Frame
-Giuseppe Zanotti
-Harry Winston
-Hermès
-Intermix
-Jo Malone
-John Hardy
-John Lobb
-Joie
-Kiton
-Moncler
-Moreau
-NARS
-Oliver Peoples
-Patek Philippe at deBoulle
-Roller Rabbit
-Stella McCartney
-Theory
-Van Cleef & Arpels
-Veronica Beard
-Vilebrequin
-Vince
-Zadig & Voltaire-----------------(Opening Soon)
-Zimmermann-----------------(Opening Soon)
-----------------------
-Future Phase III


Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-(Rumored) Cynthia Rowley
-(Rumored) Diane Von Furstenberg
-(Rumored) Draper James at River Oaks District
-(Rumored) Paul & Shark at Galleria
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Old 05-23-2020, 03:08 AM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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As of May 23, 2020
Texas Exclusives are bolded.
Dallas & Houston Suburbs
(Needs suggestions/recommendations of missed retailers)


Dallas Suburbs:

Plano
Downtown:
-Filson
-Shinola

Willow Bend:
-Neiman Marcus
-Restoration Hardware
-Z Gallerie

The Shops at Legacy:
-Bachendorf’s
-Benefit
-Bluemercury
-Travis Matthew

Legacy West:
-Bonobos
-Credo
-Filson
-Frontgate
-Neighborhood Goods
-Louis Vuitton-------------------(Opening Soon)
-Peloton
-Peter Millar
-Pockets Menswear
-Suitsupply
-Tecovas
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.-----------------(Opening Soon)
-Tumi
-Warby Parker
-West Elm


Southlake
Southlake Town Square:
-Bluemercury
-Draper James
-Michael Kors
-Peloton
-Pottery Barn
-Tesla
-Travis Matthew
-Williams Sonoma
-Z Gallerie

Frisco
Stonebriar Centre/The Star:
-Lucchese
-Michael Kors
-Nordstrom
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Williams Sonoma

New Projects: TBD Wade Park & The Star/Frisco Station

Fort Worth
University Park Village:
-Michael Kors
-Pottery Barn
-Warby Parker
-Williams Sonoma

Shops at Clearfork:
-Arhaus Furniture
-Bachendorf's
-Billy Reid
-Burberry
-CH Carolina Herrera---------------(Opening Soon)
-Kate Spade
-Louis Vuitton
-Mizzen + Main
-Neiman Marcus
-Q Clothier
-Rimowa
-Rye 51
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tory Burch
-Tumi
-Z Gallerie


Houston Suburbs:

The Woodlands
Market Street:
-Elaine Turner
-Kate Spade New York
-Michael Kors
-Suitsupply
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tory Burch
-Trina Turk
-Tumi
-Z Gallerie

The Woodlands Mall/Woodlands Market:
-Arhaus
-Bonobos
-Bluemercury
-Louis Vuitton
-Michael Kors
-Nordstrom
-Orvis
-Suitsupply
-Tesla
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tory Burch
-Peloton
-Pottery Barn
-Pottery Barn Kids
-Pottery Barn Teen
-Tecovas
-Warby Parker
-Williams Sonoma

Friendswood
Baybrook Mall:
-Arhaus
-Michael Kors


Sugar Land
First Colony:
-Michael Kors
-Pottery Barn
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Old 05-23-2020, 10:48 AM
 
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....going by these updates.....yep......Dallas is still Killing Houston....even our suburbs
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Old 05-23-2020, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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....going by these updates.....yep......Dallas is still Killing Houston....even our suburbs
Clearly you would seeing them bias of your last post.
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Old 05-23-2020, 11:56 AM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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Yes I am currently in the process of updating. Been asked by several users recently.

Also the Dior Beauty closed in Dallas not the Christian Dior boutique.
You also have to add Johnny Dang & Co. It's probably the only Texas based brand that celebrities make Texas trips just to shop in. Store is uniquely located in Uptown. Here's their website for reference. https://shopjohnnydang.com
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Old 05-25-2020, 11:27 AM
 
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With the current retail recession, I wonder what will come in the near future. Houston and Dallas have obviously made so many strides over the past century, but it seems that we are turning to a new chapter in retail. Dallas was the shopping king pre-70s, then the Galleria opened. Then Dallas strides put it back on top. Then Houston's 2010s strides put Houston slightly ahead (at least from a luxury shopping stand point). Now, even San Antonio has chimed in with La Cantera. They even got a Breitling Boutique which is rare in general in USA, only other Texas location is in Houston.

Department stores seem to be a thing of the past now that they are all taking turns going bankrupt. All 3 major Texas based department stores (Neiman Marcus, JC Penny, and Stage/Gordmans stores) have filed or openly stated they're in the process of filing.

Makes you wonder what's to come. Houston and Dallas both being top 7 shopping cities in the USA, can they really both sustain being so close? Will department stores begin dissolving, and if so, will the trend of increasing popularity in flagship sotrefronts be enough to keep themselves open?
Retail had never actually fully recovered from the 2008 downturn. A lot of retail was weak going into the pandemic. There's actually been too much retail for decades. Thinning out the herd is beneficial. Neiman Marcus' bankruptcy can be considered surprising if examined from the lens of their target market. Neiman Marcus' core client actually has money, unlike JCPenney's core customer, who is often on the verge of financial insolvency. It is possible that the Neiman customer has taken some pretty nasty stock market losses due to the pandemic.
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Old 05-25-2020, 01:13 PM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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Retail had never actually fully recovered from the 2008 downturn. A lot of retail was weak going into the pandemic. There's actually been too much retail for decades. Thinning out the herd is beneficial. Neiman Marcus' bankruptcy can be considered surprising if examined from the lens of their target market. Neiman Marcus' core client actually has money, unlike JCPenney's core customer, who is often on the verge of financial insolvency. It is possible that the Neiman customer has taken some pretty nasty stock market losses due to the pandemic.
If you take a close look at it, it’s mainly the middle end of retail taking a hit. Budget friendly retail has fairly maintained well and the upper luxurious has been growing not only in Houston and Dallas but in general. It’s the middle end that takes the biggest hit.

Even though Neiman Marcus has been struggling, it’s partly due to them not keeping up with the times. People are leaving the department store for the boutiques themselves. That’s Part of the reason Jasonism created this thread. Saks Fifth Ave has used this to their advantage by creating “mall inside a mall” type stores with individually lined boutiques.

While I respect Jasonism’s list, it includes some budget friendly stores, furniture, grocers and local boutiques. Later, I’m going to condense the list to only stand alone designer brand stores to see what the two cities have to offer.
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Old 05-25-2020, 01:46 PM
 
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If you take a close look at it, it’s mainly the middle end of retail taking a hit. Budget friendly retail has fairly maintained well and the upper luxurious has been growing not only in Houston and Dallas but in general. It’s the middle end that takes the biggest hit.

Even though Neiman Marcus has been struggling, it’s partly due to them not keeping up with the times. People are leaving the department store for the boutiques themselves. That’s Part of the reason Jasonism created this thread. Saks Fifth Ave has used this to their advantage by creating “mall inside a mall” type stores with individually lined boutiques.

While I respect Jasonism’s list, it includes some budget friendly stores, furniture, grocers and local boutiques. Later, I’m going to condense the list to only stand alone designer brand stores to see what the two cities have to offer.
There's no way to make Houston win.....just stop.
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Old 05-25-2020, 02:00 PM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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There's no way to make Houston win.....just stop.
That’s not what this thread is about. You’re only making it a rivalry thread because you’re insecure that Dallas doesn’t best Houston in this area. If I was actually to argue this, I would use actual data to destroy your case. That’s not what we’re discussing here.
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