Feminine frills take over Highland Park Village, a cult-favorite ice cream brand opens up shop in Deep Ellum, Uptown’s top home decor purveyor forays into tablescapes, and more.
A sneak peek of the NYC-based brand’s spring 2021 collection, featuring florals aplenty
We have a sneaking suspicion that even Miranda Priestly would agree—if LoveShackFancy is involved, florals for spring are, in fact, groundbreaking. The buzzy womenswear label, known for its whimsical designs in soft pastels and flowery fabrics, has found a permanent home in Highland Park Village following a successful stint as a pop-up inside the shopping center’s MARKET boutique. Set to open its doors March 4, the chic storefront will house the brand’s signature dresses, skirts and tops along with its line of towels and table linens. 29 Highland Park Village, hpvillage.com; loveshackfancy.com
Thin Mints, Samoas and Tagalongs, oh my! Starting March 5, Galleria Dallas shoppers can enjoy We Are History Makers: A Century of Girl Scouts, a historical exhibit spotlighting the beloved organization’s achievements over the past century. On Fridays and Saturdays in March, the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas will sell their prized cookies curbside at the Galleria, with the goal of making up for some of the sales lost as a result of the pandemic. March 5-31, Galleria Dallas, 13350 Dallas Parkway, galleriadallas.com; gsnetx.org
SkinSpirit’s first DFW location is now open in Plano.
Calling all skincare junkies: A new medspa has landed in DFW. Located near Preston Road and Park Boulevard, the Plano edition of SkinSpirit marks the national chain’s 17th location across the country. Touted as a leading destination for medical-grade face and body treatments, the clinic offers a range of services including Botox, fillers, dermaplaning, microneedling, Ultherapy, IPL therapy and laser hair removal—all performed by a top-tier staff of nurse practitioners and master estheticians. 2401 Preston Road, Ste. F, skinspirit.com
Jeni’s strawberry buttermilk packs the perfect punch.
Since launching her eponymous ice cream brand in 2002, Jeni Britton Bauer has become an icon in the world of frozen desserts. And while Ohio-based Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams operates scoop shops around the country, Dallas fans have not been blessed with our own brick-and-mortar—until now. After months of anticipation, Jeni’s is officially open in Deep Ellum. Stop by for a taste of the classics as well as Jeni’s latest funky flavors. 2649 Main St., jenis.com
Milkshake Concepts, better known as the brains behind STIRR and Vidorra, is opening a third restaurant in Deep Ellum: Harper’s Dallas. Helmed by executive chef Jacob Williamson, the globally inspired menu will combine the flavors of India, China’s Sichuan province and Britain, to name a few. The “elevated yet approachable” resto is scheduled to open this month. 2551 Elm St., harpersdallas.com
Blue Print’s debut tablescapes collection stuns with springy hues.
An Uptown mainstay and favorite among the design-inclined, Blue Print specializes in furniture, decor, art, gifts and, now, tablescapes. The interiors emporium recently launched Blue Print Tablescapes, a carefully curated collection of linens, plates, flatware, drinkware and tabletop accessories sourced from around the globe. The boutique’s foray into entertaining couldn’t have come at a better time—now we simply must celebrate spring’s arrival with a proper soiree. 2707 Fairmount St., blueprintstore.com
Photography by: from top, photos: by Dean Isidro; by Bruno; courtesy of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams; courtesy of Blue Print