August 30 2014

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TenOverSix Trots to Texas


TenOverSix's  Dallas store

As one of the leading retail destinations in Los Angeles, TenOverSix—founded by Kristen Lee and Brady Cunningham—has garnered a cult following with its tightly edited mix of designers (think Jesse Kamm, Jenni Kayne, THVM, Alasdair, Maison Kitsuné, and beyond). Now, Lee and Cunningham have brought their cleverly cool curation to the Lone Star state, selecting Dallas’ recently renovated Joule Hotel for the location of their second outpost. Mimicking the L.A. store’s eclectic white-and-wood interior, the more-than-550-square-foot Dallas boutique is filled with an ample array of wares by up-and-coming designers, established indie labels, and high-profile brands. With the Dallas set in mind, Lee and Cunningham have stocked a ready supply of cocktail dresses and filled their Lucite display boxes with both subtle and statement jewelry from the likes of Mociun, Lizzie Fortunato, and Pamela Love. Staying true to their signature edit, the pair has made sure to bring along their best-selling stock of Karen Walker, Vena Cava, and Rachel Comey, as well as pieces exclusive to the new location.


In addition to the main store, Lee and Cunningham have created TenOverSix Presents—an updated take on a hotel gift shop, which, set in the Joule’s lobby, offers a quirky mix of gifts, accessories, and essentials. Only at TenOverSix can one find toothbrushes, a birdcage necklace, and a pig-shaped fruit basket all in the same place.


TenOverSix is open now at the Joule Hotel, located at 1511 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75202

Photo: Courtesy of TenOverSix

Early Bird Special, Fashion Edition


The reward for being the early bird, as the old expression has it, is the worm. But no one would blame you if you wanted a slightly more enticing prize. The new, which launches today, is here to oblige: Shop early and get goods from under-the-radar designers before the rest of the world catches on—and at a discount, too. The site, the brainchild of Web guru Mike LaRoque, the husband of fashion editor Jenny Feldman, a veteran of Glamour and Elle. Video interviews with designers are paired with limited-edition online sales of merchandise, often a full season before pieces are available in stores. For the launch, designs by Geren Ford (pictured), Dallin Chase, Jesse Kamm, and Liz Law are on offer, at prices lower than they will be once the wares hit stores. Better still, during the first week, ten percent of sales go to worthy charities: The Smile Train, MS Society, and Dress for Success.