Sip & Shop Returns to The Halles: Your Sneak Peek at the Shopping and Drinking Fun
Parking is free, and the event is open to anyone.
Parking is free, and the event is open to anyone.
The Halles is hosting its second Sip & Shop pop-up event featuring a dazzling selection of fine jewelry, clothing and fashion accessories from 24 vendors on Tuesday, March 28 from 5 to 9 pm in Round Top. Parking is free, and the event is open to anyone.
Guests will be greeted by the Champagne Problems Mobile Champagne Cart with complimentary bubbles and All Hands Craft Cocktails. Arrive early to enjoy limited quantities of light bites provided by Libby’s Kitchen & Studio. Country Sunshine restaurant and bar will also be open with a full menu and bar items for purchase. Tunes will be provided by DJ Kay Dee and Premier Sound & Lighting while you peruse the extraordinary collections on display from returning vendors like Frock Shop, La Lo La, Lady Lancaster, Laura Elizabeth Jewelry and many more.
There’s truly something for everyone at this season’s Sip & Shop. Here’s the breakdown:
Handcrafted Panama hats created via ethical employment. Made with organic dyes and toquilla palm plants sustainably and cultivated in northern Ecuador. Freya hats are a lifetime investment that offer a UPF rating of 50+ and block 98% of the sun’s rays. From design to manufacturing, Freya is entirely a woman-owned and operated business.
Designer Leah Malasko travels the globe sourcing traditional fabrics and transforms them into modern, one-of-a-kind luxury resort wear crafted in silk, cashmere, leather and fur. La Lo La’s fabrics are collected exclusively from international fair-wage partners.
Founder Elizabeth Leaman combines her love of antique textiles with modern fashion to create clothing and accessories — most notably coats and outwear made with antique quilts. Coming direct from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Round Top, Leaman’s sustainable designs are the peak of cozy chic.
Former nanny Laura Elizabeth has combined her love of caring for children and nature to create a stunning sustainable jewelry line made exclusively with recycled metal. No acid or chemicals are used to wash, clean, or polish these organic, heirloom pieces. High quality plating and 14 karat gold filled designs make Laura Elizabeth Jewelry pieces safe and durable for all day, everyday wear.
Ethically created modern caftans and resort wear by sisters Erin Breen and Katie McClure. Traditionally handwoven with abstract block printing, their mission is to help sustain and celebrate craft and provide opportunity and ethical employment to artisans in developing countries.
Beautiful things made by good people. Blanket coats made from repurposed hand stitched vintage kantha quilts. Empowering through employment and preserving traditional textiles.
Shelley Moon Designs creates original jewelry pieces made for layering. Her jewelry is handcrafted in 100% recycled gold and sterling silver with conflict-free diamonds and natural gemstones.
Shop sustainably made clothing created from recycled Indian saris at Silk Ranch. Their signature DreamCatchHer pants are sought after for their comfort, versatility and style.
Known primarily for her unique, handcrafted handbags often made with exotic furs, Kelly Kathleen also carries jewelry and accessories.
Austin-based KMC Handbags will bring their selection of streamlined handbags and offers customized bags and other items including computer cases, belt bags, keychains and wallets from unique fabrics and leathers.
Seattle native Tonya Hawkes began her career in New York City with fashion designer Donna Karan. After a stint as president of design for FURLA, Hawkes launched her eponymous brand of handbags in 2012.
Houston-based designer Christy Lynn got her start working for NYC designers including Nanette Lepore and Elie Tahari. Her first collection was created when she designed gowns for herself and her bridal party for her 2018 wedding. Lynn’s designs are now carried by over 100 retailers worldwide including Texas-based Tootsies and Julian Gold. Come explore her spring collection of ready-to-wear pieces at The Halles.
Texan-based Finley Shirts launched in 1994 with a focus on “feminine, crisp, tailored and fun” designer shirts for women. The brand’s clothing is exclusively manufactured in Dallas where owners Finley Moll, Marty Washington and Heather McNeill oversee every step of the design and manufacturing process to ensure impeccably made clothing.
Lawyer turned Houston fashion boutique owner Selina Stanford will bring her top picks to The Halles and stands ready to help you create a flawless Round Top look from top to bottom. That means hats, bags, accessories, boots and yes, flattering frocks of all shapes, sizes and patterns.
Hunter Bell is well-known for her sophisticated, comfortable ready-to-wear pieces inspired by her travels. Bell studied fashion design at the University of Alabama and Parsons in New York before founding her eponymous brand in 2006.
Inclán Studio is a Houston-based women’s ready-to-wear fashion label designing effortless, multifunctional clothing. Easy to layer, dress up or dress down, and wearable year-round.
Fun, flirty clothing and accessories for women of all sizes straight from New Orleans to Round Top.
Leather designer Valerie Croatto will bring a selection of seasonally appropriate authentic leather pieces to The Halles.
This new Houston-based fashion brand emphasizes minimalist comfort, breathability and effortless style for men and women.
Shop couture western wear including handmade boots by Tres Outlaws from Rockabilly Baroness. They will bring a select collection from their Round Top brick and mortar location to The Halles.
Serial entrepreneur and creator of My Drink Bomb Chloe Di Leo will be showing her line of fine, affordable jewelry for the first time at The Halles. Shop a variety of pieces to put together a collected-over-time, perfectly layered look.
Native Texan Leigh Elena Navarro learned the craft of jewelry making from her mother in childhood. After growing her business to include three successful storefronts in Central Texas, Navarro has transitioned to a more personal way of selling her wares. Meet Elena and shop her handcrafted leather pieces at this season’s Sip & Shop.
CADEAUX is a San Antonio-based lifestyle & gift store with a curated collection of jewelry, home accessories and apotheca.
Transparent Sunglasses utilizes TAC lens technology to provide superior clarity, 100% UVA & UVB protection, and seven layers of polarization in their unique, sought-after frames, which have quickly become a celebrity favorite.
This spring’s Sip & Shop is sure to be an event to remember. The Halles’ regular show vendors will also be open for after hours shopping throughout the evening.
This is a night worth driving to Round Top to experience.
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