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Akris Now Open in Highland Park Village

Founded in 1922, Switzerland-based House of Akris boasts but a handful of freestanding boutiques in Europe and the United States. Dallas’ own debuted this past Wednesday, August 1st, in Highland Park Village, neighboring St. John on the northern end of the shopping center. Inside, sleek blonde wood accents compliment Akris’ clean, streamlined clothing and leather goods. If you’re hoping to visit soon, however, you’ll need to look sharp for the as-yet-unmarked storefront. Exterior signage is expected to come very soon.

 

 

 

Piermarini Boutique To Move To Snider Plaza

Via ShopTalk this week, we learn that local favorite Piermarini Boutique will soon depart its Uptown location (2701 Hibernia St.) for a space in Snider Plaza. DFW Style Daily’s Abby Gregory reported on young owner John Piermarini’s “stylish sensibility and sartorial charm” last year, shortly after the boutique’s debut. Piermarini has become a regular stop for many in-the-know in a relatively short period of time, and this move will reportedly allow for greater growth potential. The transition should complete by the end of the month, and a sale will take place this Saturday, August 4th, to clear merchandise.

 

 

 

Mockingbird Station Says, “Pardon Our Dust!”

Finally, for those who may have noted a few traffic hiccups at Mockingbird Station, the center’s management team apologizes for any inconvenience. Current construction, focused on façade upgrades, will continue through the end of the year. Noting confidence that visitors will be “pleased with the end result”, the team has enabled a special page on the Mockingbird Station website for updates and inquiries related to the projects. Visit MockingbirdStation.com/Construction for the scoop.

 

(Photo credits, from top: 1. DFW Style Daily, 2. DFW Style Daily, 3. Mockingbird Station)

 

 

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