The women's fashion boutique and design house, Aritzia, is opening a location at The Galleria at 5085 Westheimer Road, Houston on Feb. 6. The design of the boutique will be both feminine and spacious, according to a news release from the fashion chain. Vintage furniture, curated works of art, sculptures and books, and a mix of finishes including a pink quartz wall and cash desk will greet visitors to the new space. The company, which was founded by Brian Hill in 1984, now has more than 95 locations in select cities across North America including Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago. 713-621-8661. www.aritzia.com
Women's fashion chain Aritzia comes to The Galleria
An Aritzia store like this one in Toronto will open in The Galleria on Feb. 6. (Courtesy of Aritzia)
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