Highland Park Village November 2015 Newsletter

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Chanel invites you to discover the Cruise ‘15/’16 Collection at Chanel Highland Park Village beginning Friday, November 20th. Please contact the boutique to schedule a styling appointment with a Chanel Fashion Advisor.

100 Highland Park Village #101
Store Director, Pilar Hubbard

photo credit: Chanel

Take on this girly hue in its most refined state. Rosé dress with long plissé skirt. Ai Little Pochette in rosé horsehair.

43A Highland Park Village
Store Director, Kira Frankenfeld

photo credit: Akris

Stella McCartney Winter 2015 tweed coating dress in black. Featuring a fitted waist, asymmetric hem and short sleeves with inside slits.

Please contact Stella McCartney to book your private event and view this collection.

Stella McCartney
18 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Jamie Mandino

photo credit: Stella McCartney

Since 1932, Harry Winston jewels have celebrated the exquisite artistry of the world around us – from fine art, to interior design, to textiles and fabrics, to architecture. With a profound understanding and appreciation for the aspects that brought fine jewelry to life, Mr. Winston challenged his designers to explore these various art forms, as a way to transform precious gemstones into extraordinary creations of unparalleled beauty.

For its latest collection, the House of Harry Winston continues this creative tradition through a series of captivating diamond jewels that underscore the distinctive architectural style of the 1930s.

Entitled Art Deco by Harry Winston, the collection evokes the iconic elegance of the time, with an array of round brilliant and carefully calibrated baguette diamonds that are meticulously set in a symmetrical medley of geometric shapes and angular forms.

Harry Winston
19 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Amy Wendt

photo credit: Harry Winston

After opening five Royal Blue Grocery stores in Austin, Royal Blue Grocery finally expanded to Highland Park Village. Royal Blue is a compact urban market that stocks its shelves to satisfy every epicurean, beverage and household whim of the surrounding neighborhoods. Its 6,000 square-foot store features mainstay grocery departments such as produce, bakery, butcher shop, gourmet deli, floral, beer, wine and more, with the added bonus of catering, a café, patio seating and a Stumptown coffee bar.

Royal Blue Grocery
1 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Lauren Preseren

photo credit: Royal Blue Grocery

Jimmy Choo handbags explore new proportions with the arrival of the Lockett satchel. An inspired silhouette with playful clasp closure and contrasting side panels framed in gold studded hardware.

Available for purchase at Jimmy Choo in Highland Park Village.

Jimmy Choo
79 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Catherine Kemp

photo credit: Jimmy Choo

William Noble Rare Jewels invites you to a VAID trunk show on November 5th and 6th. The exquisite Rome-based jewelry house will showcase its chic and stylish Italian-made jewelry. VAID is known for its creativity in design and compelling use of color. Its elegant, modern statement pieces are perfect to be worn in everyday life. Champagne and wine will be served in the William Noble Rare Jewels showroom.

William Noble Rare Jewels
100 Highland Park Village #370
Store Director, Bill Noble

photo credit: William Noble Rare Jewels

Rag & Bone has re-opened its doors with a fresh new look and the latest fall essentials. Stop in now to shop the collection and complete your autumn wardrobe.

Rag & Bone
25 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Rachel Zacharias

photo credit: Rag & Bone

Join Trina Turk for its bi-annual Shopping & Champagne event on Thursday, November 5th and enjoy 25% off your purchase. Sip champagne as you shop the new ‘Winter Luxe’ Collection and enter for a chance to win a $500 Trina Turk Gift Card.

Trina Turk
93 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Nicki Mehew

photo credit: Trina Turk

Emily Summers | Studio 54 is pleased to announce its partnership with Saridis of Athens as exclusive dealer of their handcrafted classic and contemporary furniture in the United States and North America. The house of Saridis established in 1867, is most famous for contemporary recreations of classical ancient Greek furniture designs led by American designer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings in the early 1960’s. Please stop by and take a look!

Emily Summers | Studio 54
54 Highland Park Village
Store Director, Traci Finch

photo credit: Emily Summers | Studio 54

Introducing Golden Chestnut, LAFCO’s newest limited edition candle. Its earthy, warm fragrance combines the subtle sweetness of hazelnuts and chestnuts with mossy hints of cedar, for a cozy and brisk seasonal treat. Now available at LAFCO New York.

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

photo credit: LAFCO New York

St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange invites you to come shop in its beautiful new store, at its familiar location, 5 Highland Park Village. Find the perfect gift for her, for him and for the little ones in your life. And pick up the perfect holiday accessory for your home while St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange wraps your treasures.

St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange
5 Highland Park Village
Store Director: Lisa Riggert

photo credit: St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange

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