New Designer Shops at Highland Park Village

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Highland Park Village is set to boost its high-end offerings with the addition of four new designer shops.

Shoppers at Highland Park Village will have four new boutiques to visit this summer and fall, one of which is a newcomer to the Texas fashion market, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Highland Park Village has been drawing in customers seeking high-quality apparel since its opening in 1931, according to its website.

Spearheaded by the collaborative efforts of the Summers and Washburne families, who took ownership in 2009, the upscale mall has maintained its position as a leading luxury shopping hub in Texas.

Today, Highland Park Village is home to a roster of 60 stores and restaurants on Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, according to The Dallas Morning News. They will be joined by four new storefronts: Balmain, Brioni, Loewe, and Simkhai.

Balmain: Making a Mark in Dallas

Renowned French designer label Balmain is set to establish its first boutique in Dallas this fall. It will be the company’s second Texas location, following the company’s establishment of a storefront in Houston Galleria.

The fashion house emerged out of post-war Paris, France, under the initiative of designer Pierre Balmain. His international travels and encounters with muses like Josephine Baker helped forged the Balmain style: French classic lines with innovative colors, styles, and techniques.

Balmain has had several successful collaborations with Dallas-based luxury retailer Neiman Marcus in the United States.

Dallas customers might have seen the brand’s 1920s-inspired sportswear collection at a recent popup at the Neiman Marcus location at NorthPark Center, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Brioni: Italian Craftsmanship

Brioni is the first of the three upcoming shops to launch their first-ever standalone store in Texas at Highland Park Center.

This Italian brand is known for its bespoke creations for men. Brioni started in Rome in 1945, specializing in high-quality precision techniques to create a fluid yet tailored look for men.

The shop at Highland Park Village will bring the Brioni vision of fashion to Dallasites with its collections of apparel, leather goods, shoes, and accessories.

Loewe: Spanish Heritage Revitalized

Loewe will be embarking on a new chapter with the opening of its Highland Park Village boutique this fall.

The venerable Spanish fashion house, specializing in men’s and women’s fashion, has a remarkable 177-year legacy, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Having undergone a rejuvenation in recent years, Loewe captivates fashion enthusiasts with its collections of apparel, bags, small leather goods, accessories, shoes, belts, sunglasses, and sterling silver jewelry.

This summer, Loewe is launching a colorful summer line called “Paula’s Ibiza” in popups across the world.

At Highland Park Village, this eagerly anticipated addition will enrich the Dallas fashion scene with Loewe’s fusion of heritage and contemporary design.

Simkhai: From Popup to Permanent Presence

Simkhai will inject a contemporary Californian flair into the luxury retail landscape with its high-precision use of tribal prints, lightweight fabrics, and cut-out designs.

The brand will make its more permanent mark in Dallas with a store this summer after already having been introduced to Dallas shoppers via Highland Park Village’s Market as a popup this past year, according to The Dallas Morning News.

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