press > August 11, 2016 SHARE: Where to shop in Dallas right now: 8 must-hit stores for August It’s back to school season, and whether or not you’re actually going back to school, it’s the perfect excuse to refresh your closets and your homes. Which of these Dallas shops will you hit up before the bell rings? Arteriors A constantly changing and always inspiring listing of guest designers is part of what makes this Dallas Design District shop so special. Spice up your home before fall hits by shopping picks by current guest designers such as Windsor Smith, Laura Kirar, Jay Jeffers, and Barry Dixon. Blue Print Cuyana is making its Texas debut at the most stylish home store in Dallas August 18-August 20. Dallasites can shop the San Francisco-based label offering “fewer, better” things for women including apparel and accessories that have story, quality, and style. Breda In the market for a new watch? Check out this Deep Ellum company at its Taylor Street shop, when it hosts a pop-up along with other small businesses like Clan of Cro and Mission Leather Co. The event is happening August 25-August 26, 5-7 pm, and August 27, 10 am-1 pm. Ivivva Athletica This children’s activewear line is brand new and located on Level Two of NorthPark, between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. As a member of the Lululemon family, shoppers can be confident that this brand uses technical fabrics, like four-way Luon and anti-stink Silverescent, to offer ultimate performance fashion for the little ones. Lilly Pulitzer This iconic and very colorful brand is opening at NorthPark Center on August 19, on Level One between Nordstrom and Macy’s. This store, that brings a Palm Beach lifestyle to Dallas, offers apparel and accessories for men, women, and children. Neiman Marcus Be among the first to lay your eyes on David Yurman’s new Osetra collection, which is launching exclusively at the Dallas-based department store. Inspired by Russia and specifically caviar, the Osetra Collection celebrates the sculptural properties of each specific stone and offers discreet touches of color. Neiman Marcus is the exclusive retailer of the line until mid-September. St. John Make plans to attend this Highland Park Village boutique’s trunk show to launch St. John Sports August 12-August 13, from 11:30 am to 5 pm. If you miss it, never fear, the show simply serves as the first look of the line that is going to be offered in October. Saint Bernard When it’s time to send your kids back to school, there is no other place to stock up on sporty gear than this Lovers Lane sports shop. So it should come as no surprise that when local brand Texas Standard opened up shop offering pocket tees, polos, accessories, and more, it decided to sell its goods here. Ten percent of all profits go to various Texas charities.