Dillard's reinvents itself 

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Hot Zang! June 23-24, New-York based fashion designer Zang Toi presents his latest collection at B. Barnett. Toi himself will make an appearance!

Hot deals. Bauman's summer sale begins on June 30 and will run for two weeks.

Hot news: Dillard's reinvents itself. Word has it that the department store chain is attempting to reposition itself as more of a luxe player in the market, à la Nordstroms. Changes of note: "customers" are now referred to as "clients," and they've added high-end lines like Kiehl's cosmetics and Vince Camuto shoes and also expanded their Michael Kors offerings.

If you can't stand the heat . . . On June 23, Kitchen Co. offers a grilling class with Aaron Walters. Beef and shrimp are on the menu. On the 24th, Karol Zoeller makes Egg Casserole with Sherry Sauce, Beer Biscuits & Candied Bacon. Both classes are from 6-8 p.m.




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