Fashion / Style

The Pop-Up Shopping Center

A Turtle Creek Boutique Gives Small Dallas Brands Without a Store a Place to Sell

BY Alexis Bierman // 04.11.16

As a company of just five employees, Turtle Creek Village boutique Mill No.3 knows a thing or two about effortless simplicity. To support other small businesses, the purveyor of versatile womenswear staples founded last year by Texas A&M University grad Morgan Pennington is set to host monthly pop-ups featuring product from companies without bricks-and-mortar storefronts.

Watch brand Breda, whose studio is in Deep Ellum, kicks off the series showcasing its men’s and women’s watches during a Whiskey & Watches happy hour from 5 to 7 pm on Thursday, April 14 (the pop-up runs through Sunday, April 24). Suavs shoes, Margaux ballet flats and Cynthia Bailey Eyewear will also pop up in Mill No.3 in the coming months. Mill No.3, 3888 Oak Lawn Ave., 972.331.0187.

For more information and to RSVP to Whiskey & Watches, contact Brooke Burchill,

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