On a Spanish-tiled corner, this glam shopping center serves every fashion need.
By Jason Sheeler on June 08, 2017
For 86 years Highland Park Village has been the mall of choice for socialites and ex-presidents at which to shop and lunch and then shop some more.
Céline (10 Highland Park Village, 214-443-0104; celine.com) has moved in—the store offers the largest selection of designer Phoebe Philo’s shoes, bags, and clothing in town.
Women in Dallas are rarely without a handbag from Hermès (21 Highland Park Village, 214-528-0197; hermes.com). The shop has expanded to make room for a larger home department. Gentlemen: Don’t miss Hadleigh’s (71 Highland Park Village, 214-526-3777; hadleighs.com), with Italian suits and its own line of bright velvet smoking slippers.
How Taylor Tomasi Hill Shops Her Hometown
A former fashion editor, Hill is now vice president and fashion director of downtown store Forty Five Ten and its Highland Park offshoot boutique, TTH, which focuses on emerging designers.
“When I’m not on the road, I’m at my store TTH Forty Five Ten (fortyfiveten.com) on Mondays.
Before work, I go to Royal Blue Grocery (royalbluegrocery.com) for an almond milk latte. Then will probably go back later for a cheese plate and rosé.
I seem to always need a baby gift, and at The Tot (thetot.com) I found the cutest baby-sized Björk swan dress.
Deno’s (denosshoerepair.com) can bring any shoe back to life. Before I moved here, I used to get on a plane with nothing but 20 pairs for him to fix.”