Highland Park Village welcomes exciting new shops and restaurants this fall.
Loro Piana's new remodeled storefront at Highland Park Village.
Van Cleef Arpels' gorgeous Highland Park Village storefront — now open.
Inside the chic salon at Van Cleef & Arpels for customers to create their own jewelry pieces.
Peter Millar is opening exclusively in Dallas at Highland Park Village.
The St Roche Sierra black dress found only at the Maison De Mode Pop-Up in Highland Park Village, coming later this month.
Dr. Barbara Sturm, known for her celebrity following for creating flawless skin is opening her boutique storefront in Highland Park Village early November. (Photo by Chris Singer)
Sadelle's famous salmon tower and bagels coming to Highland Park Village later this year.
Sadelle's mouth-watering brunch spread available all day.
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Highland Park Village has long been the paramount escape for all things luxury including retail, fine dining and an overall elevated experience. And the exclusive, luxe offerings continue at the Dallas shopping destination.
This October, we bring you the grand reveal of renowned brands making a splashy entrance onto the coveted sidewalks of Highland Park Village this fall. From a chic, new dining concept with an international footprint to one of the most classic and iconic timepiece brands, these must-visit spots are set to debut in the next several weeks.
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Loro Piana is the world’s foremost cashmere manufacturer and largest single buyer of the finest wools. The boutique recently reopened their doors after refreshing and expanding their space by 850 square feet, providing ample room for beautiful displays and an elevated shopping experience.
Van Cleef & Arpels
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Van Cleef & Arpels, the French High Jewelry Maison, opened its first boutique in Dallas exclusively at Highland Park Village in September (located across from Starbucks and next to Trina Turk). The brand new constructed second-floor design houses an exclusive and luxurious salon for customers to discover creations in comfort, privacy, and style.
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Peter Millar, who specializes in performance sportswear, relaxed season essentials, and casually refined tailored clothing is opening an exclusive Dallas storefront in Highland Park Village in mid-October. The clean layout of the new store was designed to showcase a broad offering of collections. From the white oak floors, floating shelves and soft lighting paired perfectly with modern decorative objects and abstract paintings, you’ll never want to leave.
But best of all, you can sip while you shop from a full-service espresso bar, which will serve an exclusive blend from Black & White Coffee Roasters, along with handcrafted chocolates from Videri.
Rolex, the exquisite Swiss watch manufacture headquartered in Geneva, is opening their first stand-alone boutique in North Texas at Highland Park Village. The beautiful two-story salon, set to open mid-October between Bistro 31 and Bluemercury, will offer the utmost professional expertise in the most elegant setting.
Maison De Mode Pop-Up
Maison de Mode is your one-stop shop for the ultimate sustainable fashion this fall. As a hybrid fashion retailer, Maison de Mode blends the brick and mortar experience with online boutique merchandise specializing in unique ready-to-wear outfits, fine jewelry, accessories, and home goods. The posh fashion brand believes in empowering individuality through sustainable fashion by creating a global platform that connects creators, curators and consumers for a better tomorrow.
The pop-up shop will be located next to Dior from October 18 through November 1, showcasing a wide variety of luxury and ethical pieces.
Dr. Barbara Sturm
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Dallas will be lucky to have one of the most sought-after aesthetic doctors in the world opening her doors to offer treatment rooms, a tea bar and other experimental services. You’ve probably heard about her cult-celebrity following for using her signature techniques to promote youthful, healthy, and beautiful skin all without surgical intervention. Her two decades of anti-inflammatory research are to credit for her high performance, science-focused ingredients based skincare regimens.
The boutique and spa will open November 8 between Christian Louboutin and LoveShackFancy.
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The Dallas brunch scene is about to reach a new level of sophistication at Highland Park Village. Sadelle’s, the iconic New York-based brunch destination is opening its grandest location yet.
The world-renowned brand, currently in Paris, New York, and Las Vegas, will bring its extraordinary approach to all-day dining with bagel towers, baked goods and sliced-to-order salmon to Dallas. They will also have market offerings such as breakfast tacos, a coffee bar, and easy grab and go dinner options. As the latest and greatest opening from Major Food Group (the trailblazing restaurant company behind huge hits such as Carbone), the restaurant is slated to open by late November.
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