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Breaking Down the Many (Many) Shiny New Doors at NorthPark Center This Summer

Shop Talk

BY // 07.14.22

We’re now years into the era of “malls are dying” think pieces. And yet, NorthPark Center surges on, attracting more flashy and emerging fashion brands to Dallas seemingly every day.

Ahead, we break down the many (many) new stores coming to NorthPark Center throughout the summer, from longstanding luxury brands to rare boutiques finding a home in our city.


St. John has long had a presence in Dallas’ other illustrious shopping center.

Big Name Debuts


Though the storied Swiss luxury watch brand has a presence at Bachendorf’s, the store marks the first standalone Breitling store in Dallas.

Status: Coming Soon



The most enduringly popular jean brand ever is officially opened in NorthPark Center to outfit your every day.

Status: Now Open Between Macy’s and Dillard’s


St. John

A longtime fixture of Highland Park Village, the luxury American fashion brand known for its elegant women’s knits is headed to NorthPark Center’s first level.

Status: Coming Soon


The brand new Ganni store in Houston’s Montrose Collective. (photo by Tobin Davies)

Emerging Names to Know

Alo Yoga

Given how often you spot the stylish workout wear around Dallas, it’s hard to believe this will be Alo’s first full-fledged store in the city.

Status: Coming Soon


Buck Mason

Founded in 2013, the predominately digital menswear brand got its first notable push when Tom Brady wore a Buck Mason tee in GQ. The brand has since expanded its collection of high-quality, American classics to include womenswear and added a handful of brick-and-mortar stores in stylish cities across the U.S.— including, soon, Dallas.

Status: Coming Soon



It almost feels silly to call Ganni “emerging.” The Scandi brand was founded in 2000, but recently broke through in the U.S. thanks in part to the #GanniGirls of social media. Their bucket bags and floral print dresses have made their way into every cool retail corner, from high-end boutiques to the racks of Neiman Marcus. Ganni even had a coveted pop-up stint within Market’s Highland Park Village incubator.

After opening standalone stores in Houston and Austin, Ganni is finally bringing a full brick-and-mortar spot to Dallas. The Scandi chic boutique is slated to debut on level one (between Nordstrom and Neimans) in late August.

Status: Coming Soon


Maria Tash

Those who might have gone to the mall to get their ears pierced at Claire’s will soon have a far more elevated option: Maria Tash. If the name sounds familiar, the luxury jewelry brand has been championed locally by another chic piercing innovator: Wildlike.

Tash has hand-picked the pieces for her first standalone store in Texas, ensuring Dallas’ “curated ear” has a style all its own.

Status: Coming Soon



Remember Lou & Grey? The great, breezy, wellness-focused boutique in NorthPark Center that just so happened to fall under the Ann Taylor umbrella? Consider UpWest your new Lou & Grey responsibility (just swap Ann for Express) with a touch of social.

Status: Now Open on Level Two Between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom


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Sarah Flint’s original Dallas pop-up was inspired by the designer’s own New York living room.

Exclusive New Stores at NorthPark Center

Hive & Colony

Though more and more bespoke men’s brands are finding homes in Dallas, none have set up a coveted shop in NorthPark Center until just now.

Status: Coming Soon


Sarah Flint

After a successful holiday pop-up, Sarah Flint and her eponymous footwear brand decided to make their Dallas stay more permanent in NorthPark Center. Shop handcrafted bestsellers like the pointy Natalie flat (a Meghan Markle favorite) and the Perfect Pump in a gorgeous space inspired by the New York-based designer’s own living room — complete with freshly brewed tea.

Status: Now Open on Level One Between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom


Scanlan Theodore

35 years after its founding, the contemporary Australian fashion house is betting big on the U.S. market, opening a handful of stores in key markets — including, NorthPark Center in Dallas.

“We saw an opportunity to find spaces in the top tier luxury shopping centres across the country,” Sarah Blank, Scanlan Theodore co-owner and US chief executive, told Business of Fashion earlier this year. “There are a number of high street brands doing great things, and loads of luxury labels, but there aren’t that many players in that middle sector for working women.”

Status: Coming Soon

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