“Dadeland Mall is always striving to enhance our exciting mix of retailers,” said Maria Prado, mall manager. “We are pleased to welcome each of these vibrant new tenants to the property.”
Misaki, a luxurious, high-end jeweler specializing in pearls opened its doors in the spring. The brand, which has been spotted on celebrities such as Julianne Hough, Nicole Scherzinger and Sarah Hyland, strives to combine the timeless and classic beauty of pearls along with contemporary design. The 508-square-foot space is locat- ed next to Michael Kors.
Z a r a, the popular international fashion company offering on-trend looks for women, men and children, has expanded its collection, which became available to shoppers in May, to include a Zara Children. The Zara Children line offers sizes for boys and girls that range in age from 2 to 14. The 16,499-square-foot store is located next to Saks Fifth Avenue inside the mall.
Strive, a retailer specializing in footwear, recently opened 1,556-square-foot store next to Nordstrom inside the mall. Strive offers a wide selection of Crocs.
A Miami staple, Koko & Palenki expanded to a 3,147-square-foot space between the Apple Store and Victoria’s Secret earlier this month. The shoe and accessory-focused store offers designer looks in familiar names such as Elie Tahari, Mystique, Pelle Moda, True Religion and Boutique 9. Stylish shoppers also can find apparel and looks from Alice & Olivia, DVF, Rebecca Minkoff and many more.
King Kone Hand Rolls just opened inside the food court and offers a healthier, unique dining option. The “kone”-shaped packaging allows customers to enjoy their selection on the go, forever changing the way sushi is consumed. A large selection of “kones” including spicy tune, ceviche, Mexican, crunchy salmon, dragon and more are available along with traditional rolls and a variety of sides, desserts and “kombos.”
CrepeMaker, a delicious addition in the east mall area near Aeropostale and sched- uled to open mid-July, offers a wide variety of sweet, salad and savory crepe combinations. Kids’ crepes and breakfast crepes also are available. The CrepeMaker conception came from the Parisian street cart vendors, and after opening its first location in 1992, the CrepeMaker now boasts locations from coast to coast.
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