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Flea Style Opens An Offshoot Inside Fort Worth’s Hotel Dover

Last weekend, Wide Brim by Flea Style celebrated its grand opening inside the chic and Western-inspired Hotel Drover. The shop, which was designed by Flea Style founder Brittany Cobb, focuses on her love for hats, from felt Stetsons to cowboy hats. Many of them are adorned with pins, feathers, or other vintage details. In addition, the store stocks pretty patterned scarves, flowy tops and dresses, beaded necklaces, and plenty more. “The [Wide Brim by Flea Style name] conjures up our love for hats, but also has a western meets boho-resort vibe,” said Cobb on her blog, “which perfectly describes the gorgeous, eclectic hotel and Flea Style. Inside we’ll sell sundries (sweet and savory snacks and sips), apparel, coverups, bathing suits, jewelry, Texas-friendly trinkets, heirloom-quality local goods… and alllll the hats.” Check out Wide Brim by Flea Style at 200 Mule Alley Drive.

Van Cleef & Arpels Is Opening a Spacious Storefront and Dining Room in Highland Park Village

This September, luxury jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels will open its first Dallas location in Highland Park Village. The boutique will occupy a two-story, 2,600-square-foot retail space, which the brand says will house a private shopping salon and a dining room. Shoppers can peruse classic designs, like Van Cleef & Arpels’ iconic Alhambra-shaped pendants, as well as the brand’s new releases and limited-edition launches. Follow the Van Cleef & Arpels Instagram account to stay in the loop about opening celebrations.

Dormify Pops Up in West Village

@dormifydallas

Dormify, an online curator for stylish student living setups, is popping up in West Village to help Dallas-area freshmen design their dream dorm rooms. Though it occupies a brick-and-mortar space, this pop-up isn’t a traditional shop; you won’t be walking out with bags of Twin XL sheets and decor. Instead, Dormify invites shoppers to meet with a consultant, design their space virtually, and have their items shipped directly to their dorms. Want to collaborate with your future roommate? Book a dual appointment or FaceTime them in. The Dormify pop-up is located at 3699 McKinney Avenue in Suite 405, right next to Sephora, and will run through August. Learn more and book an appointment here.

Interior Define, a Custom Furniture Company, Lands in Knox Street

Interior Define

Interior Define

Next month, Interior Define will open its first North Texas location in the Knox Street neighborhood at 4529 McKinney Avenue. The 4,500-square-foot ‘Guideshop’ is one of Interior Define’s largest locations and will house the brand’s extensive furniture collection, including options designed by Jason Wu and Apartment Therapy’s Maxwell Ryan. Specialists will walk shoppers through the Interior Define customization process, from selecting their ideal silhouette to choosing fabrics, legs, and other materials. The store will also carry ready-to-buy pieces like coffee tables, lighting, and mirrors. Learn more about the new location here.

Tickets for Thrift Studio’s Preview Party Are Now on Sale

DWD Thrift Studio

Local nonprofit Dwell with Dignity changes the lives of families transitioning out of poverty by helping them create living spaces that offer stability, comfort, and a sense of pride. Each year, Dwell with Dignity hosts an annual fundraiser, Thrift Studio, in which local designers create vignettes filled with furniture and home décor. All are available for purchase at steep discounts. This year’s Thrift Studio will run from August 27 to September 25 and kicks off with an exclusive preview party on Thursday, August 26. Guests will have the chance to admire and shop the vignettes before the event opens to the public. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.





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