Nail Painting Clockwork Robots at Target, a Rent the Runway sample sale and more from Dallas Retail News

Jjust in time for the greatest number, many With weddings taking place this summer and fall, the good folks at Rent the Runway are back, bringing deep designer discounts to Dallas’ West Village all through June.

Featuring brands like Alexis, Rag & Bone, Saloni, Tory Burch, Reformation, ALC, 3.1 Philip Lim, and more, the Rent the Runway Sample Sale will feature hundreds of pieces (apparel, handbags, accessories and au beyond) up to 90 percent off retail.

The exclusive event kicked off on June 3 and will run through Sunday, June 26 at 3699 McKinney Avenue, Suite 103B. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Monday to Saturday) and noon to 6 p.m. (Sunday).

Mi Golondrina’s off-the-shoulder dress from their upcoming Mariposa collection (courtesy)

Mi Golondrina Butterfly Collection

Fashion’s favorite feminine and flighty motif is officially back in style and has even made its way into a planned Dallas launch. Arriving on at 10 a.m. this Friday, June 10, Mi Golondrina’s Mariposa collection will feature delicate monarch butterflies, a poignant symbol in Mexico, where millions of insects migrate each winter.

With handmade dresses and blouses for adults and children, hand-embroidered beauties are an effortlessly stylish way to embrace the trend.

Dallas Retail News: Using AI and 3D technology, Clockwork robots can perform 10-minute manicures (for just $10) at select Target stores.

Clockwork Lands in Dallas-Fort Worth Target Stores

Not that you need another reason to love Target, but we’ll give you one anyway: $10 manicures done in 10 minutes or less. Last June, Clockwork’s nail painting robots landed in Dallas-Fort Worth, using artificial intelligence and 3D technology to create the perfect coat on the go. So far, the San Francisco-based company has only parked its unique technology in six targets, including the three new additions in Texas.

Find a mechanical robot in the Target Medallion in Dallas (NW Highway), Target Fort Worth Central (Carrol Street), and Target Cityview (Overton Ridge Boulevard).

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