Highland Park Village March 2014 Newsletter


Balenciaga is scheduled to open in Highland Park Village in spring 2014. The boutique will be located at 11 Highland Park Village.

Photo: Balenciaga

Tom Ford's Womenswear collection for Spring/Summer 2014 is created for powerful women who aren't shy to express their strength and confident glamour. Shapely leatherwear hugs the body in the form of quilted mini dresses and intricate moto jackets adorned with zips and buckles. Laser-cut mesh leathers in black and white give graphic punch to short dresses, separates and moto jackets, with fluid city trench coats worn on top. Sharp black, double-breasted trouser suits cinched at the waist and paired with pleat-front trousers and heels make a powerful statement of unapologetic strength. The collection explores the provocative tension of what's covered and what's not: Sheer, long-sleeved mini dresses wrap the body in curling ribbons and chiffon patchwork, covering more than they show. Sheer black safari jackets are also worn with paneled, satin and leather mini skirts.

Tom Ford
50 Highland Park Village
Phillip Cottone, Boutique Director

Photo: Tom Ford

Please join us to discover the Jimmy Choo SS14 collection at our temporary location at 53 Highland Park Village and watch for our larger store to reopen in May.

Jimmy Choo
53 Highland Park Village
Catherine Kemp, Boutique Director

Photo: Jimmy Choo

We are pleased to announce the arrival of Stella McCartney’s Summer 2014 collection.

Stella McCartney
18 Highland Park Village
Erin Benson, Boutique Director

Photo: Stella McCartney

Photo: Anne Fontaine

Shop the Vince Spring 2014 Collection with an exclusive offer.

$50 off your purchase of $350 or more
$100 off your purchase of $500 or more
$300 off your purchase of $1200 or more

Valid through March 16th. See stores for more details.

94 Highland Park Village
Megan Thompson, Boutique Director

Photo: Vince

Hit the road with Trina Turk this Spring season as she cruises the California Coastline. Styling is cool and relaxed with effortless road-trip inspired nonchalance. The lines between fashion, active-wear and lounge-wear looks begin to blur. Matched sets are intriguing with coordinating “total-look” prints. Short shorts, woven tees, fancy sweatshirts, jumpsuits and flirty dresses are prerequisites for any encounters along the way.

Trina Turk
93 Highland Park Village
Nicki Mehew, Boutique Director

Photo: Trina Turk

St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange has provided fine stationery and writing instruments for the last 24 years. Stationery selections are available from Crane, William Arthur, Vera Wang, Haute Papier, Austin Press and many others. St. Michael’s provides the service of in-house printing on cards from Italy and Belgium. While you are in the store be sure to pick up the perfect writing instrument to accompany your fine stationery selection. The store has a wide array of fountain, ballpoint and rollerball pens from Waterford. In addition, the store has several selections of pens available from unique company designers.

Special pricing for wedding papers through March 2014.

St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange
5 Highland Park Village
Barbe Cree, Store Director

Photo: St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange

Highland Park Village is pleased to introduce a new personal shopping service for our clients. A personal stylist is a valuable asset for every man and woman to help identify, cultivate and refine a personal style and wardrobe. Highland Park Village Personal shopper services are complimentary, discreet and available for every boutique and designer here in Highland Park Village.

Get to know Liz Thrash.

Hometown: Memphis, TN.
Family: My Husband Ryan and I have two children, Carter, 10 and Claire, 6.
Style Icon: Audrey Hepburn and Jennifer Lawrence.
Fashion Philosophy: Having a presence and style can set the tone for every interaction you have during the course of a day, whether your routine includes carpool and playdates, leading a business meeting, attending a fundraiser or enjoying date night at the end of a long day. Knowing what looks and feels good on you builds confidence.

Contact Liz at liz@hpvillage.com or 214.272.4894.

Photo: Scott Womack and Highland Park Village

Tom Thumb has announced that it is closing its Highland Park Village store later this year to open a larger, more modern store in the Park Cities. At press time, their new location has not been announced.

Photo: Peter A. Calvin and Highland Park Village