Highland Park Village September 2013 Newsletter


We are very pleased to announce several new additions to Highland Park Village including Brunello Cucinelli, Ermenegildo Zegna, Tom Ford and James Perse. Tom Ford and Brunello Cucinelli will both open this month, and all four stores will be open by the holiday season.

Photo: Haley Schultheis for Highland Park Village

Chanel invites you to preview the Fall-Winter 2013/14 Ready-to-Wear Collection at Chanel Highland Park Village on Friday, September 20, 2013 from 10am-6pm. Please contact the boutique at 214.520.1055 to schedule an appointment.

Photo: Chanel

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our
Winter 2013 Collection

Private appointments available

Stella McCartney
18 Highland Park Village
T 214 780 0469

Photo: Stella McCartney

Carolina Herrera invites brides-to-be for cocktails and a fashion presentation featuring Highland Park Village’s premiere wedding resources including Harry Winston, Frederic Fekkai, Jimmy Choo, Todd Events, Williams-Sonoma and Madison. The event takes place this Thursday, September 5th, from 6pm-8pm.

Carolina Herrera
31 Highland Park Village
T 214.219.6060

RSVP to dallas@cherrera.com

Photo: Carolina Herrera

Anne Fontaine
cordially invites you to a


For this special occasion,
we welcome you to enjoy sparkling beverages while
you discover the Fall–Winter 2013 Collection.

Anne Fontaine
90 Highland Park Village
T 214.522.0070

Photo: Anne Fontaine

Visit Vince's newly renovated boutique at Highland Park Village and shop the Fall/Holiday 2013 collection with a special offer. Enjoy up to $300 off your purchase. See store for details.

94 Highland Park Village
T 214.559.0033

Photo: Vince

This season’s best new bag features colors that pop, as well as a classic option in brown and black. Inspired by the timeless Ricky silhouette, it is crafted from ultra-soft leather and finished with our signature collection hardware custom-made in Italy. Price available upon request.

Ralph Lauren
58 Highland Park Village
T 214.522.5270

Photo: Ralph Lauren

TRINA TURK’S Fall 2013 collection signals a distinct brand evolution as the sleek and chic currents of contemporary California style become her focus. Her signature west-coast optimism has been infused with a richly refined approach to construction, detail and print. The result is a sophisticated collection full of striking new silhouettes, both easy and unforgettable.

Rich color and sumptuous texture are key elements. Elegant hues of black plum, cognac, saffron, oxblood, lake and russet are found throughout the collection in luxurious, elevated fabrications.

“We are moving in an exciting new design direction. We have the same design philosophy we’ve always had, but we are approaching it differently today than we have in the past.” - Trina Turk

Trina Turk
93 Highland Park Village
T 972.201.3330

Photo: Trina Turk

Fall is a busy time here at Highland Park Village, and we are thrilled to share some of our upcoming news and events:

-Highland Park Village is proud to announce the opening of Village Kitchen and Toko V, formerly known as Village Marquee Grill & Bar. The space has been renovated to a laid back, inviting atmosphere, and the menus have been revamped with a number of new dishes. The ground floor is home to Chef Andre Natera’s lunch and dinner creations, and the second floor, Toko V, will debut this month as an Asian and sushi restaurant. Click here for the dining menus.

-Saint Laurent is hosting a special event with Cattle Barons Ball on Tuesday, September 10th, in which 10% of sales will benefit the American Cancer Society.

-Be on the lookout for a mention about Gerald Tomlin Antiques in Architectural Digest this fall. The Highland Park Village antique shop will be featured as one of the best sources of fine antiques in the southwest.

-Speaking of magazines… Keep an eye out for the October launch of our fall magazine with cover model Jessica Stam! The new issue will feature a behind-the-scenes exclusive at Paris Fashion Week and showcase looks from some of our soon-to-open stores.

Photo: Peter A. Calvin for Highland Park Village