What’s next … what’s new … on the Dallas retail scene.
The Next Chapter
We were sad to see Number One (and Chapter Two) close December 31, but here’s some good news for those who regularly got their juice fix at Highland Park Village’s healthy cafe: The Dallas-based Vim + Vigor brand is still available at Forty Five Ten. The 100 percent organic-certified, non-GMO juice blends are cold-pressed and contain the freshest available produce.
Following a mid-January soirée, Times Two Design opens a new studio/showroom Tuesday, February 3, at 6445 Cedar Springs Road. Lauren Renfrow founded the lighting and home accessories brand in 2012; her pieces are also available at Hess, Mecox and Madison.
Trunk Shows to Know
London-based jewelry designer Noor Fares will have her first U.S. trunk show Monday and Tuesday, February 9 and 10, at Grange Hall, which carries her exquisite wing-design earrings … Tootsies welcomes local designer, entrepreneur and philanthropist Gail Warrior for the launch of Warrior Elements Luxury Activewear Thursday, February 12, 6 to 8 pm, with activity-inducing True Food Kitchen appetizers, The Gem juice shots, DJ Esquire beats and a fashion show. A portion of proceeds benefits Heart of a Warrior Charitable Foundation; firstname.lastname@example.org. Tootsies also hosts Nicole Miller Wednesday, April 1 … Hot shoe designer Gianvito Rossi arrives at Stanley Korshak in March for a personal appearance; stay tuned for more details.
TRAFFIC LA, the contemporary designer boutique inside The Joule Hotel, has brand-new offerings: Pierre Balmain (a Texas exclusive), at the women’s store, and Etro and Neil Barrett (a Texas exclusive) at the men’s.
Donald J. Embree Antiques on Slocum Street in the Dallas Design District has a new name: Embree & Lake. Marc Lake, the late Mr. Embree’s business partner, has rebranded the antiques shop to pay tribute to the pair’s friendship and reflect the merging of Embree’s sustainable characteristics with Lake’s modern practices. A Dwell With Dignity fête Tuesday, February 10, celebrates the name change and newly staged showroom.