Two more high-end retailers will open in Charlotte making North Carolina debuts including styles worn by celebrities.
Rag & Bone, based in New York City, and La Vie Style House, based in Dallas, Texas, will open this fall at Phillips Place at 6822 Phillips Place Court. Both stores will be the retailers’ first standalone locations in North Carolina, Phillips Place said Monday in news release.
The SouthPark shopping center has been quickly expanding its lineup of luxury retail since Highland Park Village in Texas took over leasing, marketing and property management last year.
Last week, Phillips Place said Ralph Lauren will open its first North Carolina store in late September. Other stores opening this fall are alice + olivia and Jenni Kayne, The Charlotte Observer previously reported. Jenni Kayne is slated to open on Sept. 16, Phillips Place told The Charlotte Observer on Monday.
The new stores at Phillips Place
▪ Rag & Bone, founded in 2022 by London designer Marcus Wainwright, merges British tailoring with New York sensibility making jeans, knitwear, outerwear, suits and accessories. Actress Winona Ryder and model Emily Ratajkowski are known to wear rag & bone. The 1,795-square-foot store, next to La Vie Style House, is expected to open in October, Phillips Place told the Observer.
▪ La Vie Style House, founded in 2013 by friends Lindsey McClain and Jamie Coulter, offers one-size-fits-all kimono and caftans. The 648-square-foot store will open in October between Marmi and rag & bone, Phillips Place told the Observer.
About Phillips Place
Phillips Place, which opened in 1997, is a mixed-use development with retail, residential and entertainment. The shopping center has 25 stores and restaurants.
Other national tenants include restaurants The Palm steak house, 800° Woodfired Kitchen and P.F. Chang’s, and clothing stores Nic+Zoe, Orvis and Eileen Fisher. Local retailers include Ladies of Lineage, Southern Pecan Gulf Coast Kitchen and Modern Salon & Spa.
The center also features a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel and the MAA South Park at Phillips Place apartments. In April, SouthPark mall owner Simon purchased Hampton Inn & Suites at Phillips Place for $42 million.
Lincoln Harris is building a 10-story tower on a 3.5-acre site in the space formerly occupied by Regal Phillips Place movie theater, which closed in October. The project also includes a 250,000-square-foot office building with an additional 20,000 square feet of retail space.