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Galleria Hosts Pop-Up Shop of Locally-Owned Businesses

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Galleria Dallas shops surrounding Christmas tree and ice skating rink. | Image from DMN

Galleria Dallas will serve as the backdrop for a Holiday Market hosted by the Dallas chapter of Fashion Group International (FGI), a global nonprofit organization for the fashion industry.

The pop-up shop will be open Friday, December 3 through Saturday, December 4, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Level 1 of the Galleria Mall near Bachendorf’s.

Dallas shoppers will have the opportunity to browse a curated selection of boutiques, luxury brands and designers, and services, all locally owned.

Some of the shops participating in the pop-up include:

Brite Beauty, a mobile hair and makeup studio that provides services on-site across the metroplex.

Daniela Bell Lashes, a lash company boasting 3D luxury mink falsies that are handcrafted, cruelty-free, and reusable.

DeadSoxy, a sock company whose socks feature a patented technology meant to make them stay in place.

Finley Shirts, a trendy shirt business seeking to create crisp, clean, and classic women’s clothing.

Heart et Vie, a handcrafted lifestyle brand that brings together fashion and unique global finds, offering bold, graphic patterns intermingled with sophisticated utilitarian looks.

Increased Orbit, a company founded by a female entrepreneur to help other entrepreneurs grow and improve that also sells clothing and other collectibles featuring positive slogans.

Martini Consignment, a contemporary consignment store offering luxury brands and vintage clothing and accessories.

SEPT featuring Ferrah, an ethically, aesthetically, and quality-conscious sustainable fashion and luxury goods brand.

Status, a clothing collection featuring unique silhouettes and textures.

Valerie Garmino, a fair-trade, sustainable, luxury designer brand focused on chic statement pieces that strive to empower women.

A portion of proceeds from the pop-up shop’s sales will be donated to the Fashion Group Foundation of Dallas, which offers scholarships to fashion design and merchandising students in North Texas.

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