Highland Park Village July 2013 Newsletter


We are very pleased to announce several new additions to Highland Park Village including Brunello Cucinelli, Ermenegildo Zegna, James Perse, and Tom Ford.

rag & bone will move to its new 3,400-square-foot space across the street from Café Pacific this fall.

Introducing a modern celebration of a Chanel Icon: the new Première Watch with Steel Chain Bracelet, White Mother-of-Pearl Dial and 56 Brilliant-Cut Diamonds.

Based on the legendary silhouette of the N°5 perfume bottle stopper and the geometric proportions of the Place Vendôme in Paris, the Première Watch is the ultimate timepiece for the modern woman.

Discover at Chanel Highland Park Village.

James Perse brings his Southern California blend of luxury and casual to Highland Park Village this fall. This will be the first store in Texas to carry the full seasonal collections for men and women. Pieces from his indoor and outdoor furniture collection and limited edition surfboards and bicycles will be on display and will be available through the Highland Park Village store.

Akris Fall/Winter 2013 pays a tribute to Albert Kriemler’s late mother Ute Kriemler. The collection encapsulates her effortless grace and elegance. Renowned photographer Karim Sadli illustrates Albert Kriemler’s use of Akris signature St. Gallen embroidery, photo prints and double face fabrics. Modeled by Sara Blomqvist, the collection reflects dramatic vertical elements and unique juxtaposition of materials as an expression of the distinct couture craftsmanship of the house.

"Black should always have something special to say"
- Albert Kriemler

Highland Park Village invites locals to the family and pet friendly Summer Sundays concert series. As an ode to the laidback days of summer, visitors will be treated to free Paciugo gelato and live music. Attendees can take in some of the city’s musical talents while delighting in the historical and architectural features of the nation’s first outdoor shopping center.

Date and time information will be announced via Highland Park Village social media.

For inquiries, please contact Caitlin Adams at concierge@hpvillage.com or call 214.272.4894.

Photo: Peter A. Calvin

Highland Park Village invites world travelers to participate in this summer’s “Vacation with the Village” contest and giveaway. Summer vacations are in full swing, and we want to hear from you during your travels!

Maybe your shopping spree takes you to London’s Alexander McQueen flagship, a Chanel boutique in Beijing, or Anne Fontaine in Florence. If you see a store abroad that also calls Highland Park Village home, simply snap a picture of yourself in front of it and upload it to your social media accounts with the hashtag #HPVillageGlobal.

We will repost your images on our blog, Style and Social, and all individuals who enter on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #HPVillageGlobal will be entered to win a Highland Park Village gift card in September.

Photo: Dior at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris

The AT&T Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit foundation that operates and programs three premier performance venues and a 10-acre park for music, opera, theatre and dance in the heart of downtown Dallas. The Center also makes performance art accessible to local students through its education program, Open Stages. Opened in October 2009, the Center helped complete the 30-year vision of the Dallas Arts District. The Center includes:

  • The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, designed by Foster + Partners of London in a modern horseshoe configuration, seats 2,200. Its acoustics are considered among the best in the world.
  • The Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre designed by REX/OMA, Joshua Prince-Ramus (partner in charge) and Rem Koolhaas, seats up to 575 and uses a super-fly system to change rapidly the performance hall’s configuration to proscenium, thrust or flat floor.
  • The Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park, designed by Michel Desvigne, is a lush urban park that unifies the Center’s venues.
  • Annette Strauss Square, designed by Foster + Partners, is the Center’s outdoor entertainment venue.
  • Two underground parking areas accommodate more than 850 vehicles.

For more information on the AT&T Performing Arts Center Summer 2013 Performances please click here.

The Park Cities Parade will be held on Thursday, July 4th around 9:00 a.m. Participant line-up starts near the Highland Park Town Hall and ends near Goar Park. The festivities will begin at Goar Park following the parade.

Photo Credit: Google Images and Flickr.

Highland Park Village is proud to be celebrating Highland Park’s 100th birthday this year. In honor of the birthday celebration, the Highland Park Centennial committee has organized various events for you to enjoy throughout the year including the HP Centennial Classic Film Festival, Community Birthday Celebration, Happy Birthday Greeting and the Annual Tree Lighting.

Be sure to look for the Highland Park Centennial Flags flying in Highland Park Village throughout the year.

Highland Park Centennial Event Schedule

Learn more about The Highland Park Village Centennial Celebration.