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By guruscottyApril 29, 2021No Comments

Shop Talk

Destination shopping

Legacy West in Plano, open since 2017, is stepping up its retail with the addition of several luxury brands including a Gucci boutique, the fourth in Texas for the fashion house. The marble facade and the massive glass doors of the shop give way to a contemporary interior softened by velvet seating, beautiful wall finishes and vintage rugs throughout. The quietly luxe interior complements the discrete displays of goods for men and women including accessories, eyewear, handbags, shoes, leather goods and luggage. Gucci is located across from Legacy Hall. Coming later this spring and summer are Chanel Beauty, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch and Louis Vuitton. Already making their home in Plano are Bonobos, Peloton and Tesla. See more openings online.

7801 Windrose Ave., Plano, 469-476-3700, legacywest.com/gucci

The first Texas location of Uncommon James is now open in Dallas’ Deep Ellum (stores also can be found in Chicago and Nashville, Tennessee). Founded by reality TV star, lifestyle mogul and entrepreneur Kristin Cavallari, the shop carries UJ’s affordable jewelry and kitchenware that’s part of UJ Home. Uncommon Beauty is scheduled to open inside the boutique sometime this month.

2618 Main St., Dallas, 214-741-1549, uncommonjames.com

Shopped The RealReal online consignment store for designer goods? Now you can check out merchandise in person at the new Knox District location, a former Kate Spade shop.

3120 Knox St., Dallas, 469-581-2010, therealreal.com/dallas

The Market at Ridglea

Amanda Wear has turned a drab former office building in west Fort Worth into a destination for those who love to support small businesses and shop local. The founder of Cowtown Couture — Wear formerly worked in surgical sales — has compiled a lengthy list of vendors to fill the 6,700-square-foot cooperative space near Ridglea Country Club. Along with clothing, accessories, housewares, plants and works by artisans, there will be grab-and-go food options and beverages, plus a tea bar. “The tenant list filled up in two weeks,” says Wear, who wants to make retail space affordable for small businesses, including her own. We think she has succeeded. The bonus? Fort Worth artist Kristen Soble’s Dolly Parton mural. Selfies are welcome. Watch facebook.com/marketatridglea for updates; check the website for a complete vendor list.

3400 Bernie Anderson Ave., Fort Worth, themarketatridglea.com

Look for Sevargo’s custom paper goods and more at The Market at Ridglea. Photo courtesy of Sevargo