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KIPS BAY SHOW HOUSE:
THE CLOSET OF OUR DREAMS

Highland Park Village partners with Burkle Creative to make the primary closet of our dreams.

Highland Park Village is thrilled to be a sponsor of the Second Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Dallas. This grand show house celebrates the best of interior design by transforming a local Dallas home into an incredible exhibition that showcases 26 designers from across the county. This esteemed event opened to the public for tours on Friday, September 24, and will remain open through October 24. Proceeds from tour tickets go toward the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club in New York, as well as Dallas-based nonprofits Dwell With Dignity and The Crystal Charity Ball.

Javier Burkle, principal designer at Burkle Creative, is inspired by balance and beauty and is known for his sophisticated style with special attention to detail. When tasked with designing the primary closet, Burkle knew he wanted to partner with Highland Park Village to ensure the closet was filled with the most fashionable items from the best retail brands in the world. The Highland Park Village Personal Shopping Team curated the clothing and accessories featured in the closet.

Deemed the heimat, German for “home” or “homeland,” Burkle created a space inspired by travel, retreat, and understated luxury. The room has a curated aesthetic, layered with textures and patterns, that allows the closet to feel comfortable, functional, and customary. He worked with Couture Closets to create livable spaces and used the square footage for his-and-hers storage. In an interview with Veranda Magazine, Burkle mentioned that he loves to fill rooms with meaningful items versus merely display pieces to take up space. He brought in possessions from his own closet to show how important it is to value your belongings and create something beautiful with them.


Javier Burkle, principal designer at Burkle Creative, is inspired by balance and beauty and is known for his sophisticated style with special attention to detail. When tasked with designing the primary closet, Burkle knew he wanted to partner with Highland Park Village to ensure the closet was filled with the most fashionable items from the best retail brands in the world. The Highland Park Village Personal Shopping Team curated the clothing and accessories featured in the closet.

Deemed the heimat, German for “home” or “homeland,” Burkle created a space inspired by travel, retreat, and understated luxury. The room has a curated aesthetic, layered with textures and patterns, that allows the closet to feel comfortable, functional, and customary. He worked with Couture Closets to create livable spaces and used the square footage for his-and-hers storage. In an interview with Veranda Magazine, Burkle mentioned that he loves to fill rooms with meaningful items versus merely display pieces to take up space. He brought in possessions from his own closet to show how important it is to value your belongings and create something beautiful with them.


Javier Burkle, principal designer at Burkle Creative, is inspired by balance and beauty and is known for his sophisticated style with special attention to detail. When tasked with designing the primary closet, Burkle knew he wanted to partner with Highland Park Village to ensure the closet was filled with the most fashionable items from the best retail brands in the world. The Highland Park Village Personal Shopping Team curated the clothing and accessories featured in the closet.

Deemed the heimat, German for “home” or “homeland,” Burkle created a space inspired by travel, retreat, and understated luxury. The room has a curated aesthetic, layered with textures and patterns, that allows the closet to feel comfortable, functional, and customary. He worked with Couture Closets to create livable spaces and used the square footage for his-and-hers storage. In an interview with Veranda Magazine, Burkle mentioned that he loves to fill rooms with meaningful items versus merely display pieces to take up space. He brought in possessions from his own closet to show how important it is to value your belongings and create something beautiful with them.

A fun fact about the show house is that Burkle is the youngest designer to participate in the exhibit. We’re proud to be a part of such an exciting event in our Dallas community while showcasing our Personal Shopping team’s selections in this stunning closet.