Giuseppe Zanotti, Highland Park Village
Luxury Italian designer Giuseppe Zanotti opened his first Texas boutique in early March at 53 Highland Park Village. The sleek store currently houses his Spring 2015 men’s and women’s footwear collections, inspired by the ’70s, plus accessories, handbags and ready-to-wear. Check out the pics from the boutique’s opening party here … Highland Park Village boutique Five and Ten recently gained two new names: Carritz shoes and Chinti & Parker ready-to-wear. Made from luxurious calf leathers, Carritz products are designed in a small prestigious factory in La Riviera del Brenta, often referred to as the home of Italian shoemaking. England-based Chinti & Parker was founded in 2009 by cousins Anna Singh and Rachael Wood and is known for its excellent craftsmanship and easy, wearable pieces for men and women … Mockingbird Station welcomed its newest tenant, Buda Juice, Thursday, March 26. Adjacent to West Elm, the Dallas-based company offers 100 percent organic, cold-pressed juices and cleanses in recyclable glass bottles. Buda Juice also has locations in West Village, Preston Royal, Plano and Frisco.
Worth A Visit To the Beach
Forty Five Ten has popped up in Palm Beach. Earlier this month, the Dallas-based boutique opened a pop-up shop inside the new John Barrett Salon, on the prestigious Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. The pop-up — which offers an edited collection including Mark Cross and Loewe handbags, Linda Farrow sunglasses and Aurélie Bidermann and Eddie Borgo jewelry — will remain open for three months.
Meet and Greet
Two fab shoe designers will be at Stanley Korshak: In addition to a private luncheon hosted by Tina Craig, Paul Andrew is in-store for a trunk show Thursday, April 9; designer Gianvito Rossi (son of Sergio Rossi) makes a personal appearance Tuesday, April 28 … Neiman Marcus NorthPark hosts tableware and furniture designer Michael Aram, as well as womenswear designer Nanette Lepore for appearances Thursday, April 9 … Lisa Perry stops by Forty Five Ten Thursday through Sunday, April 9 to 12 for a trunk show. Perry’s Selfie dress (retailing for — what else — $4,510) can be purchased in Forty Five Ten’s pop-up shop at the DMA Art Ball 50 Saturday, April 11. Coming soon to Forty Five Ten: Rosie Assoulin, Thursday through Sunday, April 23 to 26 … Monique Péan showcases her fine jewels at Ylang 23 Wednesday, April 8.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the world of Christian Dior when the documentary Dior and I screens at the Angelika Film Center in both Dallas and Plano Friday, April 24. The plot centers on Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection for the brand as its artistic director.
Prep outpost Vineyard Vines — founded 17 years ago in Martha’s Vineyard by brothers Shep and Ian Murray — opens its second Dallas-Fort Worth store in NorthPark Center this summer. The shop will stock men’s, women’s and children’s T-shirts, shorts, trousers, dresses and accessories … H&M opens its 15th Texas store in Denton’s Golden Triangle Mall this fall. The expansive 23,000-square-foot space will carry men’s, women’s and children’s collections, plus accessories, maternity wear and sports apparel.
Now through Sunday, April 12, Mecox hosts a pop-up shop by the premier Chicago-based consignment boutique Luxury Garage Sale, offering a glimpse of its offerings before the Dallas storefront opens this summer. Expect great vintage and contemporary fashion, handbag and accessory finds from labels Chanel, Hermès, Céline and Oscar de la Renta. Shop the pop-up Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday, noon to 5 pm.
To Market, To Market
Exciting news for foodies who love their fresh fruit and veggies: Uptown Farmers Market at West Village debuted Saturday, March 28, and will be open every Saturday, 8 am to noon in the South Alley between Magnolia Theatre and Mi Cocina. Goods include Promise of Peace Garden, Gimme Emporium, Round Rock Honey Company, Brazos Valley Cheese, Goldrush Mustard, Steel City Pops, Buda Juice and Bisous Bisous Patisserie.