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Kittenish, a new women’s clothing store, opening on Hyde Park Village

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Kittenish, a concept founded by Jessie James Decker, will soon join Hyde Park’s collection of standout businesses. Kittenish is a women’s clothing store slated to open in Fall 2021. The store joins a celebrated lineup of retailers at Hyde Park Village, including Anthropologie, Madewell, Sunni Spencer, Zadig&Voltaire, and more. Kittenish will be located at 800 South Village Circle, next to Pottery Barn. 

“It takes a very special place to win over my heart and Tampa has done just that! It’s such a lively city, filled with a fun flirty energy making it a perfect third home for Kittenish,” said Jessie James Decker owner of Kittenish. “The very first time I visited Hyde Park Village I just knew this is where we belong. So here we come kittens; get ready for exciting new fashion and of course lots more fun!”


Kittenish brings the fun to Hyde Park Village

In 2019, Decker’s fashion dreams turned into reality as Kittenish grew in popularity at its flagship location in Nashville, Tennessee. Kittenish, known for its Instagram-worthy design and easy-to-wear styles, features women’s clothing, accessories, swimwear and more. It also just launched a line designed by Decker’s mother, Mama Karen x Kittenish, to speak to women of all ages. The Hyde Park Village location will be Kittenish’s third brick-and-mortar store and first Florida outpost. 

“We are excited to bring another new-to-market retailer to our unique tenant mix at Hyde Park Village,” said Nicole Dee, General Manager at Hyde Park Village. “Our community is craving more women’s retail, and Kittenish is the perfect fit.”  

Kittenish’s will open on Saturday, November 6. The Grand Opening event will take place on Sunday, November 7 including a meet and greet with Jessie James Decker from 12pm-2pm, pop-up vendors and more.


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A 2,400-square-foot film/photo studio and event space is also set to debut on the ground floor of Hyde House later this year.

More delicious things are on the way to burgeoning village.

Timpano, the celebrate hub for exquisite Italian Food will officially reopen November 1.

Brooklyn-based OddFellows Ice Cream is also planning a new location in Hyde Park Village later in 2021.

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