DALLAS, TX (January, 2020) – Highland Park Village, Dallas’ most esteemed luxury retail destination, is ringing in 2020 by welcoming some of fashion’s chicest brands, along with recently unveiled expansions and renovations, and capping it off by announcing upcoming tenant plans for the new year. With numerous projects taking place at the landmark shopping and dining plaza, the new decade holds even more exciting developments for the community, and guests from around the world, to enjoy in a captivating setting.
Recently Opened Boutiques
Goyard – Opened in November 2019 – 18 Highland Park Village
Thoughtfully designed to deliver a shopping experience as exceptional as the one enjoyed by Goyard customers in Paris, the Dallas location, one of only six in the US and exclusively in Texas, is made up of three salons showcasing an extensive collection of luggage, handbags and small leather goods for men and women. Connoisseurs will also find the emblematic pet accessories from the Chic du Chien range, and the unique Goyard tradition of hand-painted personalization, or ‘marquage’.
Lela Rose Bridal – Flagship Location Opened in November 2019 – 69 Highland Park Village
Classically designed gowns for the modern bride are now available at Lela Rose’s new flagship location.
Recently Renovated and Expanded in 2019
alice + olivia – Re-Opened in December 2019
After debuting the only Dallas storefront in Highland Park Village in 2017, alice + olivia has renovated what was once a pop-up location and unveiled a new, bold design as a permanent tenant.
Brunello Cucinelli – Re-Opened in December 2019
The leading Italian luxury apparel company continues to grow as one of Hollywood’s hottest brands and has unveiled a timelessly redesigned space, expanded from its original 2,153 sq. ft., to a now impressive 3,500 sq. ft.
Lela Rose – Re-Opened in November 2019
Founded by native Dallasite, Lela Rose, the elegant women’s brand featuring feminine looks and vibrant colors has expanded by 950 sq. ft. to be a total of 1,550 sq. ft. and added a gorgeous bridal salon as part of the label’s expansion.
Tory Burch – Re-Opened in November 2019
With a redesigned interior showcasing fresh fixtures unique to the Highland Park Village store, and an airy ambiance, Tory Burch continues to remain a staple for sophisticated women’s fashion and accessories.
Madison – Re-Opened in September 2019
Having relocated within Highland Park Village, Madison’s stunning new space features the city’s most luxurious selection of gifts and home décor.
Mi Cocina – Re-Opened in August 2019
The iconic Tex-Mex restaurant expanded to include a third-floor rooftop patio with retractable awning, in addition to the renovated Monkey Bar and main dining room.
Hadleigh’s – Re-Opened in July 2019
Celebrating a decade of style since opening in Highland Park Village in 2009, Hadleigh’s unveiled a new, larger 980 sq. ft. women’s boutique connected to their upstairs men’s atelier.
New Tenants Coming in 2020
Audemars Piguet – Handcrafted Swiss watches – Opening in Spring 2020
Rolex – Renowned luxury watch brand – Opening in late Summer 2020
Upcoming Expansions and New Locations
Bluemercury – Planned expansion with treatment rooms to include the former Keihl’s Since 1851 space is scheduled to be complete by late Summer 2020
Christian Louboutin – Planned renovation to be complete in Summer 2020
FRAME – Will relocate to a new permanent space at 6 Highland Park Village, between St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange and Bird Bakery by May 2020
Valentino – Planned expansion debuting menswear to be complete by Summer 2020
Vince – Planned relocation to 54 Highland Park Village, between Cartier and Ralph Lauren, slated for February 2020.
In addition to the curated selection of exclusive pop-ups that took place in 2019, including Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, La Vie Style House (now staying open through February 23, 2020), Asprey London and Tamara Mellon, Highland Park Village will continue to host a variety of activations and brands, rotating in a selection of partners throughout the year. More details will be released in coming months.
About Highland Park Village:
Highland Park Village is a favorite lifestyle destination among locals and guests from around the world, as it has been for many generations. Built in 1931 and widely regarded as the country’s first true shopping center, the Village is internationally recognized for its architectural significance and mix of the world’s best-known luxury retailers including Akris, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Carolina Herrera, Cartier, CHANEL, Christian Louboutin, Dior, Ermenegildo Zegna, Escada, Goyard, Harry Winston, Hermès, Jimmy Choo, Ralph Lauren, Valentino, Tom Ford and more. Highland Park Village offers a range of concierge services for our guests including complimentary personal shopping, TaxFree Refund services, transportation to and from the property, and valet parking. For more information about Highland Park Village, visit www.hpvillage.com.
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