70 Highland Park Village, Highland Park
We're back in Dallas, and this time the goop pop-up has a distinct culinary edge. What was originally a cavernous space in Highland Park Village has been transformed by Kate McCollough and Max Zinser of KMZ New York into a light-filled, earthy marketplace—all neutral greys and greens interspersed with bright splashes of copper, the kind of place you feel immediately comfortable in. We wanted the store to reflect all that we love about the South, namely that incomparable Southern hospitality. The goop x Cointreau bar plays host to Margarita Mondays weekly and significant square footage has been devoted to the fully shoppable pantry of our dreams, well-stocked with Staub cookware, the finest Himalayan pink salt, gourmet condiments, and, of course, a library of cookbooks well-thumbed by the goop team in their own kitchens. Moving from the kitchen to the closet, you'll find a Dallas-specific Prada edit, G. Label everything, and a vintage selection from What Goes Around Comes Around. A special kids' corner is piled high with toys, both to shop and keep the littles occupied while the bigs shop. And it wouldn't be a goop pop-up without shelves…
Park Cities Petals
6445 Cedar Springs Rd., Suite 107, Love Field
Tracking down a good florist, one that can combine beautiful flowers with beautiful design, in a city you’re unfamiliar with can be tricky. Park Cities Petals is that place. The business is family affair: Diane Hobbs, who started designing arrangements from her kitchen counter a decade ago, now employs two of her daughters to handle their growing wedding business and daily deliveries. They’ll custom-make arrangements of any size, and they expertly combine, say, Juliet roses with peonies and succulents, or ranunculus with Meyer lemons for an unexpected mix that somehow totally works.
The Greenway Shop
4715 W. Lovers Ln., Bluffview
Friends Hallie Lamont and Flauren Bender, who first met at a music class for their babies, turned their love of clean beauty products into a tightly edited shop inside of popular children’s boutique, Madre. Here, goop clean beauty shop favorites like Kypris, Shiva Rose, and Kosas line the shelves. For new mamas, there’s kid-friendly sunscreen and shampoo by Babo and body wash from Pai.
Forty Five Ten Dallas
1615 Main St., Downtown
Brian Bolke and his late partner, Shelly Musselman, revolutionized Dallas retail when they founded the original Forty Five Ten in 2000. Now no visit to the city is complete without spending a few hours getting happily lost in the latest iteration on downtown's Main Street. You’ll find everything from Proenza Schouler, Marni, and Delpozo to Kelly Wearstler home accessories and Diptyque candles under one spectacular roof. The beautifully renovated industrial-style dark-brick-and-glass building is also home to an amazing art collection—including works by Mario Testino and Bruce Weber, as well as Catherine Opie's 700 Nimes Road—plus an excellent rooftop restaurant with amazing views and an Assouline bookshop.
Set & Co.
841 W. Davis St., Oak Cliff
Husband and wife Jennifer and Adam Littke’s incredibly charming home and kitchen store is one of the best places in Dallas to find handmade ceramics, textiles, cookbooks, and more. The clean, modern pieces have a laid-back California vibe, and they make gorgeous gift boxes—you can choose a premade one or create your own—always tied beautifully with herbs.
25 Highland Park Village, Suite 201, Highland Park
This is where to get cowboy boots. Handmade in a factory that’s been making custom boots for more than 150 years, these are the best. Full stop. The classic silhouette comes in three heights, and you can find classic stitching, metallic chili-pepper appliqués, cactus embroidery, an especially chic rock-and-roll constellation inspired by the West Texas sky—you name it.
The Taschen Library
1530 Main St., Downtown
Just inside the art-filled lobby of the Joule hotel, this small library is lined wall-to-wall with gorgeous books from the German publisher. On the weekends, they host a delightfully unfussy afternoon tea (with champagne). While the books themselves are remarkable, the ceilings—tiled with mid-century mosaics by Millard Sheets that were salvaged from the wrecking ball in 2006—are spectacular, too.
1916 N. Haskell Ave., Old East Dallas
What you fall in love with when you wander into this vintage store meets flea market depends on the day: We’ve taken home a taxidermy mouse wearing a top hat, hand-painted ceramics from local musician Sarah Jaffe, and rare vinyl from Bucks Burnett’s meticulously organized booth. The selection of vintage clothes, arranged by decade, is fantastic. On the weekends, Nancy Lloyd gives disturbingly accurate tarot readings.
goop-in@Nordstrom Dallas (Closed)
8687 N. Central Exwy., North Dallas
We’ve always been fans of Nordstrom, but now we have another big reason to stop by their Northpark outpost: From May 12th through June 25th, goop is setting up a shop-in-shop inside. We’ve assembled a wellness-centric edit of best-selling clean beauty products, workout gear, dinner-simplifying cooking tools, and so much more—including essentials from our own family of house lines: goop by Juice Beauty skincare, closet basics from goop Label, goop Wellness vitamin and supplement regimens, plus goop Fragrance edition 02—shiso, which is crafted from gorgeous, natural ingredients (without any of the typical toxins). You can find goop-in@Nordstrom (furnished by 1stdibs) in seven other cities—including LA, Seattle, Toronto, and Chicago, to name a few—plus a full expression online, through June 25.
Cebolla Fine Flowers
4415 Lovers Ln., University Park
Cebolla Fine Flowers is owned by couple and business partners Luit and Jamie Huizenga, who have been running the business since shortly after Luit emigrated from Holland in the '80s. Their state-of-the-art warehouse (where they also live with their daughter) is equipped with geothermal heating, which keeps the countless orchid plants healthy year-round. In the summer months, they actually offer monarch butterfly chrysalises, which eventually hatch and fly away. If you can't make it to their shop on Lover's Lane, they deliver to almost every neighborhood in the city.