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Posted May 21, 2013 by Caitlin Clark in decor
 
 

NorthPark Update: Filling the Gap that Barney’s Left Behind

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hile it’s a shame that we will no longer be able to bask in the glow of Barney’s overwhelming pomp, presentation, and price tags, it’s always exciting to find out what will be taking over.  Seeing as Barney’s was larger than the average NorthPark store, there will be several stores filling their space. According to the Dallas Business Journal, on level 2: Arhaus Furniture and Fixtures Living.

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photo via fixturesliving.com

Arhaus boasts eco-conscious collections and chic home décor while Fixtures Living looks more like an art gallery than an appliance store with high-tech hardware for kitchen and bath. Both stores are set to open in summer 2014.

But for those who prefer stilettos and clutches over bathroom fixtures, this news might be slightly more interesting. Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, and Carolina Herrera are relocating to bigger and upgraded spaces on the first level. In fact, the new Kate Spade store will be modeled after the updated 3,300 square foot Madison Avenue flagship store.

photo via northparkcenter.com

photo via northparkcenter.com

Both Kate Spade and a the new luxuriously appointed Carolina Herrera will be opening in the fall while Stuart Weitzman’s new makeover debuted in April.


Caitlin Clark

 
Caitlin Clark
Caitlin Clark is contributing author and Social Media Director for YouPlusMedia, focusing primarily on Style, Uptown, and Arts and Entertainment.