Dallas’ award-winning mall signs six new tenants

Galleria Dallas, known as the host of one of the mall’s best Christmas parties, has six new gifts for its loyal shoppers.

The closed center with the skating rink and the 95ft tall Christmas tree has announced that six new brands will move into the center operated by Trademark Property over the next few months.

Timed for Mother’s Day, Kendra Scott will host a pop-up next to Sephora from May 6-8, featuring jewelry, candles and watches for women. The brand also introduced a new men’s line this year, it’s 20and anniversary.

Stance, the sock salesman who partnered with Kobe Bryant in his final NBA season and put Bart and Homer Simpson on people’s feet, will open its first store in Texas off Apricot Lane in May.

A Dallas-Fort Worth store that sells the work of local artists, Flea Style will open its first mall in the Galleria and introduce shoppers to owner Brittany Cobb’s hat bar where customers can customize their headgear with vintage scarves, jewelry, dried flowers and feathers.

Piercing Pagoda’s Banter brand will open in July next to Build-a-Bear; Canadian women’s apparel and accessories retailer Garage will park next to Starbuck’s, and women’s jeweler Bearfruit plans to open in Galleria later this summer.

Last year, Galleria Dallas was named the #3 retail center experience in America by chain store age for its series of high-powered holiday events. His “Snow Day Dallas” features 12 holiday-themed scenes in which guests use wristbands to activate photos of their poses, and thousands skate around the tree in the center ice rink. In 2020, the five-week holiday celebration attracted 16,000 visitors from 770 postcodes.

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