The custom cars are among the retailer’s famed “Fantasy” gifts for the holidays and cost $440,000 each.
The Dallas Market Center enjoyed its highest attendance in more than 10 years.
The brand held a dinner in Dallas to mark the installation as well as the upcoming opening of its enlarged store.
The retailer is coming off a tough quarter with disappointing apparel sales.
A total of 70 independent brands showed in Dallas.
The jewelry store celebrated its 20-year relationship with the jewelry designer.
The store carries brands such as Comme des Garçons, Joe Casely-Hayford, Phoebe English, Art Comes First, Le Kilt, J JS Lee and Maria Black.
The firm expects to reach $7 million in sales for 2017.