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House of Dang to move to Bishop Arts District


by David Ninh 6 Jul 2009

Just received a press release from designers Andrew Bayer and Doug Voisin of House of Dang announcing their move to Oak Cliff. They’re shuttering their retail shop on Bryan Street to focus exclusively on their 4-year old label. “We’re excited about the next step in growing our business and continuing to design House of Dang,” says Bayer. […]

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dangJust received a press release from designers Andrew Bayer and Doug Voisin of House of Dang announcing their move to Oak Cliff. They’re shuttering their retail shop on Bryan Street to focus exclusively on their 4-year old label.

“We’re excited about the next step in growing our business and continuing to design House of Dang,” says Bayer. “The new space will be a prime outlet for us to focus and flourish,” says Voisin.

The dynamic design duo are moving in with local fashion and accessory designer Tara Tonini at 411 Tyler Street. The new studio and showroom will be called Studio 411. The designers all plan on collaborating and throwing  trunk shows, free fun movie screenings, dance parties, and host musical acts at the new 2,000-square foot space.

The party’s not over yet…mark your calendars for July 24, 7 p.m. The House of Dang will throw a last hurrah celebration with Paul Slocum from And/Or Gallery, who’s closing his operations and moving to New York. The 4200 block of Bryan Street is going to be awfully quiet…

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  • alan

    Sounds like a good opportunity, but I’ll be sorry to see them leave their current spot. I’ve stopped in there a number of times after having lunch across the street at Vietnam, and have often found really interesting stuff (and each time it’s something entirely different).

  • IF

    East Dallas’ loss is Bishop Arts gain. Very cool shop. BA sounds like a great fit for them. Missing Rush Patisserie’s Black & White cookies. And now, HOD is over the river, too. At least I know where to find their fun theme nights.