Posts Tagged ‘Matt Alexander’

Dallas Pop-up Shop Unbranded Takes Up Residence at The Statler

Posted by Katie Kelton

After closing for the holiday season in December, Unbranded is opening its doors again sooner than expected.

For the past four years, the Dallas pop-up shop has operated in vacant spaces during a three-week selling period spanning from the end …

Unbranded Announces Vendors
for 2017 Pop-up Shop

Posted by Jewels Clark

Dallas pop-up shop Unbranded has announced this year’s list of vendors.

Since 2014, Unbranded has transformed a vacant space into a temporary retail shop giving a select group of entrepreneurs, designers, photographers, artists, chefs, and more a brick-and-mortar space to …

Unbranded Pop-up Returns with Downtown Dallas Inc. at Helm

Posted by Jewels Clark

Returning for its fourth year, Dallas pop-up shop Unbranded will be back in downtown Dallas once again — this time under new management.

Matt Alexander of Q Fifty One Digital and Bryan DeLuca of Foot Cardigan created Unbranded in 2014

Unbranded Pop-up Shop Making a Return for Holiday Shopping

Posted by Rachel Hawkins

Dallas pop-up shop Unbranded plans to return this December to a Main Street storefront in downtown Dallas, according to CultureMap Dallas.

Matt Alexander of Q Fifty One Digital and Bryan DeLuca of Foot Cardigan created Unbranded in 2014 to …

Fashion Startup Edition Collective Purchased by Custom Retailer

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas-based Edition Collective has been bought by men’s retailer Q Fifty One, according to D CEO.

The e-commerce fashion startup founder Matt Alexander will become president and CEO of Q Fifty One Digital, a newly formed division. Financial details …

Giving Back: A Fashionable Cause in DFW’s Startup Scene

Posted by Patrick Kobler

Giving back is en vogue for fashion and lifestyle startups in Dallas-Fort Worth. Both new and more established companies are devoting a portion of their growing businesses to helping their communities, partnering with national charities, and impacting the lives of …

Walking in a Winter Wanderland

Posted by Tara Nieuwesteeg

You may remember City Lights, the annual Dallas holiday celebration of years past: a one-day event full of music, fireworks, Santa sightings, blocked-off streets, crowds of tens of thousands of people, and general over-the-top festivities.

The bad news: City Lights …