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Chloé is opening its first Texas store in Dallas — and other Dallas retail news you need to know

By meerna Jun12,2024

ANDanother luxury fashion house is making its Texas debut not only in Dallas, but in the hallowed halls of Highland Park Village. Chloé, the beloved French fashion house, joins us Audemars Piguet, Carolina Herrera, Goyard and other companies that opened their first Lone Star boutiques in this storied shopping center. Scheduled to open in fall 2024 at 8 Highland Park Village (between Alice + Olivia and Celine), Chloé Dallas will be the brand’s seventh standalone store in the U.S.

Founded by Egyptian-born Parisian Gaby Aghion in 1952, Chloé became known for its ahead-of-its-time mix of haute couture and ready-to-wear. The brand achieved iconic status in the 1970s, when Karl Lagerfeld was the house’s chief designer and loyal customers included Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly and Brigitte Bardot.

Little is known about the architecture and design of the upcoming Dallas store, but it will be the first Chloé boutique to open under new creative director Chemena Kamala, who joined the company in October 2023 and has already breathed fun new life into the French fashion house . (And even more “it” bags).

More June retail news in Dallas

Program used with Rolex CPR certification
Bachendorf’s has just become one of the few certified pre-owned Rolex watch dealers.

Bachendorf’s introduces a Rolex-certified pre-owned product program

Last fall, the largest jewelry brand in Dallas opened its largest boutique to date in the Galleria. Situated in a prime location between Louis Vuitton and Gucci, Bachendorf’s at the Galleria features an enhanced bridal atelier and curated exhibitions for brand partners such as David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Cartier and more. But the most notable attraction may be the Rolex store, which occupies 1,500 square feet of the shiny new store and has just become a rare certified pre-owned watch dealer. Now buyers can discover a wealth of desirable timepieces (at an even more desirable price) with a two-year international warranty and warranty card.

Dallas Retail News: Katherine Clapner is taking a big step with her beloved dude, Sweet Chocolate.

Man, sweet chocolate is making a move

Dallas’ coolest chocolate shop has been a fixture in the Bishop Arts District and the city since it opened on Eighth Street in 2009. But this summer, owner Katherine Clapner is packing up her small shop and going bigger just down the street. Man, Sweet Chocolate finds its new home in a quaint Victorian charmer on the corner of Eighth and Bishops Avenue, where Clapner will no doubt enjoy the front lawn and cozy porch. “People who know me know that I go a little crazy. You’ll never know what I’ll do with the house,” Clapner says Morning news from Dallas.

By meerna

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