- Founded by Dallas couple, Ed and Gable Shaikh, Hadleigh’s is named after the designer duo’s eldest daughter.
- Impeccable hand tailoring, bold cobalt blue, and distinguished smoking slippers in a variety of colors and patterns are signature of the Italian inspired brand.
- With men’s and women’s collections featuring ready-to-wear and bespoke pieces, Hadleigh’s specializes in sophisticated style – from sartorial suiting and feminine dresses to refined formalwear and custom wedding attire.
- Designer Lela Rose was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.
- Rose dreamt of having a store in Highland Park Village when she was a little girl shopping at the local Five & Dime, where Cartier is now.
- Formally trained as a painter and sculpture, Rose attended Parson’s School of Design in New York City to pursue her love of fashion design. She debuted the Lela Rose Collection in 1998.
Lela Rose is offering complimentary at-home try on services. Customers living within a 25-mile radius of Highland Park can arrange a drop off and pickup time to try on items before purchasing. Use the online shop as a reference for style, color and size availability. Call the boutique to speak with a stylist.
- MADISON is an intimate home interior and gift shop that’s modeled after the high-end boutiques on Madison Avenue in Manhattan.
- The gift shop was founded in 2003 by sisters, Kelli Ford and Kirsten Fitzgibbons.
- MADISON offers a wide range of services such as wedding and baby registries, crystal and silver engraving, calligraphy, corporate gifting, gift wrapping and a highly customizable monogramming service – a personal favorite of both Kirsten and Kelli.
- Native Dallasite and MARKET founder, Elisa Summers, continues to cultivate the distinct multi-brand boutique with head of fashion, Keenan Walker, curating a selection of emerging local and international labels.
- In its recently redesigned boutique, MARKET hosts two rotating pop-up spaces, welcoming fresh brands every six months.
- Currently, feminine and whimsical pieces by LoveShackFancy are available for a limited time, as well as locally founded LaVie Stylehouse, with colorful caftans and kimonos.
- Miron Crosby is a family run business, co-owned and created by sisters Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means in 2017. The Means sisters found inspiration for their bespoke boot brand from life experiences growing up on a cattle ranch in West Texas.
- All boots are authentic and handmade at the 160-year-old Rios of Mercedes factory operated by their cousins in Mercedes, Texas
- They name boots after women and men they love and admire. The best-selling Jackie boot is named after their mom.
Miron Crosby is giving back to the community by hosting a Mini Crosby Boot Design Competition. An entry fee of $10 will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank and gives your kids the chance to design and win the next Mini Crosby children’s boot. The competition ends at 11:59 p.m. CT, Wednesday, April 15. To enter and learn more, visit their website.
Miron Crosby is offering virtual styling appointments and deliveries around the DFW area, email email@example.com to order.
St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange
- St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange has served as a mainstay in Highland Park Village since 1958 and has established itself as a specialty gift shop with a twist.
- The boutique is completely run by over 130 volunteers that handle everything from buying, displaying, accounting, sales, advertising and an exquisite gift-wrapping service.
- All profits from sales are given to those in need and each year a committee reviews grant requests from local agencies.
Support St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange and shop via their website.
- Dallas entrepreneur Brian Bolke, who is known for co-founding Forty Five Ten, is now leading The Conservatory, a unique and curated boutique that joined The Village in 2019.
- Modernizing traditional retail, The Conservatory mixes online and brick-and-mortar shopping where customers can peruse the inventory in person and have items delivered.
- The boutique features men’s and women’s apparel, jewelry, handbags, and home accessories. Their latest feature is a work from home collection of cozy and chic fashions.
- Since Bill Noble opened his first showroom, William Noble, in Highland Park Village in 1983, he’s continued to host the city’s most impressive collection of rare gems and hand designed pieces, becoming recognized around the country for distinct estate jewelry and exceptional diamonds.
- With the ability to transform heirloom pieces into reimagined designs, the showroom’s craftsmanship and creativity is unparalleled with the assistance of award-winning master designer, Sam C. Zeigler, and master jeweler, Albert Figuerola.
Shop William Noble jewels online or by calling 214.526.3890, and have orders conveniently hand-delivered in Dallas, or shipped to your front door.