Posh travel website Indagare packs more than a Valextra full of destination dreams, insider advice and hush-hush secrets from sophisticated arbiters of style. Founded by travel editor Melissa Biggs Bradley, the upscale, members-only service has recently expanded its Indagare Souk, dubbed a marketplace of global finds, where anyone harboring a serious case of wanderlust can discover strikingly crafted items from designers and artisans in far-off locales, such as Argentina, Cambodia, Colombia, India and Rwanda. Fortunately for us, the traveling pop-up souk makes a stop in Dallas for two glorious days—towing one-of-a-kind finds like former Philippine National Dance Company’s Lenora Luisa Cabili’s fashion line, Filip + Inna, that incorporates embroidery techniques from regional tribes, photojournalist Liz Gilbert’s Shompole Collection of jewels, created in Kenya, and statement clutches from Argentine sculptor and artist Julio Perez Sanz. It’s almost as good as a plane ticket—almost. indagare.com/souk
And don't miss the Souk Party on Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 5PM to 8PM. RSVP to 646.963.2232.