Highland Park Village July 2015 Newsletter

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This summer, we welcomed the opening of KT Burger in Highland Park Village. KT Burger is the perfect location to grab a burger, fries or a delicious milkshake. In August, be sure to look for Five Creeks Tavern, which will offer handcrafted pizza, pasta and wine.

Highland Park Village
47 Highland Park Village

photo credit: Peter A. Calvin

The root of inspiration for the fall 2015 collection originated with a nod to the American West, specifically Wyoming, a destination the designer frequents.

The elongated silhouettes, fringed knits, and beaded feather motif make a reference to the visual vocabulary of the rangeland and one-time frontier. The evolution of this language and spirit takes a decidedly modern turn with the use of specially designed fil coupé faille, guipure lace and tweed. Fringe cut faille is seen in an elongated tunic over matching trousers. Additionally, feather weight tweed is pleated in a calf length skirt and tweed organza is shown in a fringed tank dress.

The fall 2015 color palette explores a mixture of black, ivory and steel, infused with softer hues including lilac, pale turquoise and magenta.

Lela Rose
69 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Courtney Wilson

photo credit: Lela Rose

Hadleigh's fall 2015 collections coming soon for men and women. Come shop our beautiful selection of handmade Italian pieces at our boutique.

71 Highland Park Village
Store Directors, Ed and Gable Shaikh

photo credit: Hadleigh’s

The Trina Turk pre-fall collection is a perfectly curated mix of California modern and chic bohemian. “Wear now” silhouettes in light weight, drapey fabrics will easily transition for fall. Artist Paul Gauguin’s Tahitian paintings act as an inspiration for prints and color. Warm, vivid hues of jadeite, vermillion, spiced coral, citron, and fuchsia pop when grounded with scallop, twilight, and black. The Autumn Jungle print pulls from the palette mixing the brighter shades with a scallop backdrop. The ethnic-inspired Woodblock print is offered in indigo in ready-to-wear and black in the dress collection on a variety of fabrications. Best-selling styles feel fresh in Dayglow lace, leaving you wanting both colors – fuchsia and citron. The textured Brick Geo print is graphic and bold, offered in clean, simple silhouettes.

Trina Turk
93 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Nicki Mehew

photo credit: Trina Turk

We are bringing back one of our favorite lines for July! We love the exquisite collections from the Montes Doggett line of tabletop ceramics and pottery. Each handcrafted piece is chosen for its versatility, simplicity and functionality. These exquisite pieces are made by true artisans without assembly-line machinery.

Avant Garden
85 ½ Highland Park Village
Store Director, Brad Duren

photo credit: Avant Garden

Hicks' pinched vessels are created out of her studio in Helena, Montana. Originally from California, she received a BFA from Syracuse University and a MFA from NYSCC of Ceramics at Alfred University in New York. She has participated in various artist-in-residence programs including the Anderson Ranch Art Center, the Arts/Industry Program at the Kohler Company, The Clay Studio in Philadelphia and The Archie Bray Foundation. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Belger Arts Center in Kansas City, The John Michael Kohler Art Center and The Bellevue Art Museum and the Southwest School of Art.

Emily Summers Studio 54
54 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Ann Wool

photo credit: Emily Summers Studio 54

LAFCO New York presents Wine Room, the newest candle in the House & Home collection. With notes of enticing black pomegranate and deep notes of cognac and tart cherry, Wine Room is perfect to burn while enjoying your favorite glass of merlot. Beginning this July, Wine Room will be available for $60.00 at our LAFCO New York store in Highland Park Village.

LAFCO New York
66 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Ashley Merritt

photo credit: LAFCO New York

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