Triple Threat: Christine Visneau
From wearable art to next-level swimwear and a retail revolution, these three ladies are helping define Dallas style.
As founder of cool-kid clothing shop Little Bean, Christine Visneau helped launch Dallas’ indie shopping scene. Her former store is now under new ownership, but she’s still making retail waves—only this time the action is happening online.
Her new venture, VeeCaravan, is stocked with a carefully curated selection of pieces that reflect Visneau’s own effortlessly cool style thats embodied by vintage Levis 501s, ceramics, natural beauty products, and easy-yet-sophisticated pieces like kaftans, knotted necklaces, and whisper-thin gold bangles from independent makers.
In addition to the online shop, Visneau channels her experience as a clothing designer, stylist, and editor of Small Magazine into seasonal VeeCaravan pop-up shops where customers can shop in person while enjoying eats from local vendors, DJ-spun tunes, and a cocktail or two. We’ll toast to that.