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Old 05-12-2023, 03:56 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Texas
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Loewe will also open in Highland Park Village this Fall.
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Old 05-13-2023, 03:46 AM
 
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Nice. I assumed there would be a Texas store soon enough. They are having their 2nd big pop-up at the NorthPark Neimans, so I figure a Dallas store will come along before too long.
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Permits have been filed for one to open in Highland Park Village this Fall.
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Loewe will also open in Highland Park Village this Fall.
.......They just won't accept it.........Dallas will always Reign in Texas for shopping.
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Old 05-13-2023, 04:05 AM
 
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.......They just won't accept it.........Dallas will always Reign in Texas for shopping.
.......R.O.D is of caliber .......but it just doesn't have the Prestige.......or the Image of being Historically known compared to "Highland Park Village" or "Northpark Center".



If a store opens in Houston FIRST.....It's only because there's no room at these two establishments and the wait list to FINALLY GET IN is eons long.......There's never a problem like this in Houston.....so 98% of the time...When a brand plans to enter Texas...Their goal is to open in Dallas first...but the wait time to get in ends up causing them to quickly open up in Houston to plant the stake....while waiting to open their GRAND Texas Location.
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Old 05-13-2023, 08:10 AM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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.......R.O.D is of caliber .......but it just doesn't have the Prestige.......or the Image of being Historically known compared to "Highland Park Village" or "Northpark Center".



If a store opens in Houston FIRST.....It's only because there's no room at these two establishments and the wait list to FINALLY GET IN is eons long.......There's never a problem like this in Houston.....so 98% of the time...When a brand plans to enter Texas...Their goal is to open in Dallas first...but the wait time to get in ends up causing them to quickly open up in Houston to plant the stake....while waiting to open their GRAND Texas Location.
This is what’s in your mind at 4AM on a Friday night?

Dallas store footprints are not generally bigger than the Houston store footprints. Some are considerably smaller. Dior has 2 Houston stores both of which are larger than the Dallas location. This will change as the Dallas Dior is about to expand to be larger than the Galleria location but still smaller than the ROD location. The Hermes is also smaller as is the Dolce & Gabbana and so forth. Harry Winston (which opened 10 years after Dallas) is not only larger than the HPV, it’s the largest outside of NYC. Cartier smaller, etc.

https://instoremag.com/harry-winston...-in-texas/amp/

There’s brands lots of that have their larger footprint in Dallas as well. Prada is set to be one of them. As are many others. LV’s Dallas store is also larger.

It’s also completely false that a high end store will “settle” for a nearby market. If they enter a market it’s because they’re specifically targeting that market. This isn’t Footlocker or Dicks Sporting Goods lmao

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Old 05-13-2023, 08:14 AM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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Speaking of Dior though, they’re expanding big in Texas.

Recently opened a second store in Houston.

https://www.papercitymag.com/fashion...on-search/?amp

Expanding the Dallas store into a flagship

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...outputType=amp

Austin getting its first Dior at the Domain.

https://www.kvue.com/amp/article/mon...6-184cce847596
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Old 05-13-2023, 08:51 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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Friend saw an NBA store sign saying “opening fall 2023” in the galleria in Houston. Pretty cool considering how exclusive those stores are, with the only locations I’ve seen being NYC, London, Paris, Milan, Berlin, and Beijing.
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Old 05-13-2023, 04:33 PM
 
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This is what’s in your mind at 4AM on a Friday night?

Dallas store footprints are not generally bigger than the Houston store footprints. Some are considerably smaller. Dior has 2 Houston stores both of which are larger than the Dallas location. This will change as the Dallas Dior is about to expand to be larger than the Galleria location but still smaller than the ROD location. The Hermes is also smaller as is the Dolce & Gabbana and so forth. Harry Winston (which opened 10 years after Dallas) is not only larger than the HPV, it’s the largest outside of NYC. Cartier smaller, etc.

https://instoremag.com/harry-winston...-in-texas/amp/

There’s brands lots of that have their larger footprint in Dallas as well. Prada is set to be one of them. As are many others. LV’s Dallas store is also larger.

It’s also completely false that a high end store will “settle” for a nearby market. If they enter a market it’s because they’re specifically targeting that market. This isn’t Footlocker or Dicks Sporting Goods lmao
LOL Dallasboi is on a roll today with these posts plus the post in the other thread about the imaginary developments around the new convention center. His delusions are always good for a laugh.


FWIW, Houston Galiera's LV is divided into two store - mens and women's. Together, they are significantly larger than their single store at Northpark.
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Old 05-13-2023, 10:06 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Texas
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LOL Dallasboi is on a roll today with these posts plus the post in the other thread about the imaginary developments around the new convention center. His delusions are always good for a laugh.


FWIW, Houston Galiera's LV is divided into two store - mens and women's. Together, they are significantly larger than their single store at Northpark.
NorthPark had a separate men's store, but combined it with the main LV store when they expanded that location.
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Old 05-13-2023, 10:11 PM
 
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Online shopping for me. I can get everything I need online these days. What can a shopping center really offer me other than exercise?
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Old 05-13-2023, 10:34 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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.......R.O.D is of caliber .......but it just doesn't have the Prestige.......or the Image of being Historically known compared to "Highland Park Village" or "Northpark Center".



If a store opens in Houston FIRST.....It's only because there's no room at these two establishments and the wait list to FINALLY GET IN is eons long.......There's never a problem like this in Houston.....so 98% of the time...When a brand plans to enter Texas...Their goal is to open in Dallas first...but the wait time to get in ends up causing them to quickly open up in Houston to plant the stake....while waiting to open their GRAND Texas Location.
LMAO this is comical. Both are great cities for shopping. Also like Paraguanero said you gotta be delusional if you think a high end shopping brand will enter a market to “settle.”
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