Credited as America’s first shopping center, Highland Park Village has been home to time-honored tenants such as Chanel, Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin for years. Lately, however, a new crew of boutiques in town are well-deserving of attention, offering feminine luxury at its finest and top-notch customer service that's come to be expected of tenants at the Village.
French fashion house Christian Dior has opened Dior Beauty, an exclusive boutique featuring Dior's signature collection of makeup and beauty products, along with bespoke services that elevate the experience.
For the ladies, find eclectic prints, casual wear and handbags at alice + olivia by Stacy Bendet, plus a collection of intricately detailed cocktail dresses and gowns.
Additionally, fashion, fitness and music collide at luxury activewear boutique Bandier, the brand's first location outside of the original in New York.
An eclectic mix of designer gifts, décor, apparel and accessories comprise Market, a curated haven of goods that appeals to the effortlessly chic shopper. Described as a “lifestyle boutique,” Market doubles as an outpost for LA-based Sugarfina, known for high-end candies such as its signature champagne-infused Gummy Bears (take your pick between Brut and Rosé).
Detroit-based Shinola has also arrived, its second DFW location after the first in Plano's Shops at Legacy development. A young retail brand with a vintage-yet-modern perspective, Shinola is a purveyor of high-quality, American-made goods, gifts and accessories that reflect “skill at scale” and “the preservation of craft.” Shinola often collaborates with and sources materials from local artisans or independent businesses, like shearling travel pillows and eye masks made with sheepskin from Oregon’s Imperial Stock Ranch.
Most recently, Filson—a purveyor of quality outdoor goods since the turn of the 20th century—has tapped Texas as the home of its first Southwest retail location. Find hunting and fishing gear, luggage, watches, outerwear and more at the 1,700-square foot space.
Take a coffee break or grab a sandwich during your retail therapy session at Austin-based Royal Blue Grocery, a coffeeshop, market and deli featuring local fare all rolled into one. Finally, Highland Park Village veteran Hermès has settled into its original space, now with twice the square footage. The second-story showroom, accessible via stone staircase, stocks home accessories and tableware from its Maison collection—and features a skylight to brighten up your visit.