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4 fabulous and luxe retailers unveil new digs in the Houston Galleria
The Houston Galleria is experiencing a whirlwind of change, giving locals and visiting shoppers new luxury offerings. From welcoming 17 new retailers in 2019, to the numerous renovations from iconic brands like Ralph Lauren and Jimmy Choo, the shopping destination shows no signs of slowing down.
Stylish Houstonians and international travelers can enjoy a Swiss luxury fashion and accessories house; a digital-first athleticwear line, co-founded by a beloved Hollywood star; fine Italian pumps; and an Italian high-fashion sneaker label to open this spring.
Here are the newest additions to the Houston Galleria.
When River Oaks District opened in 2015, the third-generation family-owned fashion house set sights on setting up shop in Fall 2016, and now, they’ve decided to open a Galleria boutique. With an estimated opening of March 2020, the apparel and signature handbag label can be found on Level 1, near Neiman Marcus.
Co-founded by actress Kate Hudson, the digital-first athleticwear brand “promises a personalized shopping experience” that will also translate offline. The affordable workout apparel for men and women will be located on Level 1, near Macy’s. The 2,750-square-foot boutique will be the first in Houston, and shoppers can expect to find yoga pants, leggings, joggers, tops, tees, and more.
Fabulous fashionistas who have a modern, yet feminine, style will be right at home in the brand’s first Texas boutique. Since establishing the company in 2006, Gianvito Rossi has made himself known across the globe for his footwear. The high-end luxury label will be located on Level 1, near Neiman Marcus.
Base in Venice, Italy, the 20-year-old luxury ready-to-wear, accessories, and footwear brand is opening its first Houston boutique at The Galleria, located on Level 1, near Neiman Marcus. Known for its distressed “Superstar” sneakers, the brand combines a refined and modern style with a vintage feeling, all supported by the strong Italian sartorial tradition.