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Another week, another slate of openings at NorthPark Center. On Thursday, New York-based retailer Robert Graham will officially open at the mall. The brand's eleventh U.S. location, it will set up shop between denim stores 7 for All Mankind and True Religion. The following day, Tesla Motors is scheduled to debut its "educational gallery" in the East Court.
Founded in 2001 by industry veteran Robert Stock, Robert Graham offers menswear with eye-(impairing?) prints, and details such as embroidered cuffs and ribbon stitching. Much like recent local entry Bonobos, the clothes have a bright palette. There's also womenswear and shoes.
While Tesla cannot legally sell its vehicles in Texas, its new venue will serve as an informational center where visitors can check out a static Model S and speak with product specialists about Tesla technology and the benefits of going electric.
· Robert Graham [Official Site]
· Tesla Motors [Official Site]
· NorthPark Center [Official Site]