New Stores, Restaurant, Winter Farmers Market Opens at Hilldale

Fair Indigo, the fashion industry’s first mainstream fair trade apparel brand will unveil its first retail store at Hilldale, November 1. It will be located next to the recently opened Anada Salon and Spa in a new retail building across the street from the south end of Hilldale, where Sundance 608 is under construction. 


Hilldale shoppers will be able to purchase fashionable clothing with a conscience at the label’s inaugural flagship 1600 square-foot boutique. Fair Indigo, which offers everything from luxurious cashmere and essential tees to leather handbags and jewelry, pays fair wages to the people who cut every pattern and sew every seam of its collection. The new “Style with a Conscience” label made its national debut this fall with a catalog and website. Phone is 661-7662 or visit


Bindley Collection, a gallery that includes art and fine crafts created by more than 60 Wisconsin and regional artists opened October 27, next to Woldenberg’s.  Jewelry, graphic art and pottery account for more than 50 per cent of the artwork along with wood, fiber, glass, metals and more. Artists will be present in the gallery, on a rotating basis. Items range from $10 to more than $2000. For information, call 441-0505. Online:, which includes a list of artists and representative work. 

The Winter Farmer’s Market opens Saturday, November 4, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and will be open every Saturday, through December 30, in the west mall food court.

Hilldale’s signature restaurant, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, recently opened at the intersection of University Avenue and Midvale Boulevard. The restaurant offers aged prime beef, chops, fresh seafood and vegetables, and generous salads along with a sophisticated and unique wine list with more than 100 world class wines served by the glass. For reservations, call 233-9550. 

Hilldale Shopping Center is under redevelopment by Joseph Freed and Associates, with additional stores and restaurans coming soon, according to Andrew Stein, vice president of development.


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