Fashion

Coming Soon: goop

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Highland Park Village is pleased to announce that a goop pop-up will be coming soon. The boutique is a fully shoppable space featuring goop’s exclusive collaborations, one-of-a-kind finds and new discoveries. Look for the goop pop-up at 3 Highland Park Village from November 17th through December 14th.

Follow @goop #gooppop and @HP_Village for the latest events in-store.

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Lela Rose – Spring 2015

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We hope you’ll join us for the spring 2015 trunk show next week at our Lela Rose boutique: next Tuesday-Thursday.  We are looking forward to shopping the newest seasonal designs and the latest arrivals in-store.  Spring is a mix of beautiful blue and white prints, gorgeous florals, and the perfect ball skirts.  Mark your calendars and be sure you don’t miss shopping this exquisite trunk show at Highland Park Village.

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Meet Trina Turk at her Dallas Boutique This Tuesday!

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You’re invited to meet fashion designer Trina Turk at her Dallas boutique this Tuesday.  We’re so thrilled to welcome Turk to Highland Park Village.  Enjoy a meet and greet with the designer, shop new holiday arrivals, and enjoy a festive party favor! RSVP: dallas@trinaturk.com 

Join the fun that evening and get social with us using the hashtags: #TTinTexas and #hpvillage.

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Brunello Cucinelli Presented With Fashion Star Honoree Award

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The Fashion Group International held its annual “Night of Stars” gala on October 23rd in New York City at Cipriani Wall Street. Brunello Cucinelli was recognized with the Fashion Star Honoree Award amongst 500 guests and professionals in the industry. The Night of Stars is in its 31st year and has become one of the most important events for the fashion, beauty, design, and entertainment industries. Internationally-renowned journalist and editor in chief of Departures magazine, Richard Story, who was one of the first to write an article on Brunello Cucinelli, explained the reasons why the award was being bestowed upon the Italian entrepreneur, whom he described as being famous worldwide for his cashmere collections.

 

 

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E! House of DVF

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Did you tune in to the first episode of E’s House of DVF this past Sunday?  If so, what did you think? DVF is celebrating a new television show as well as the launch of two new books:  The Woman I Wanted to Be, a memoir by Diane von Furstenberg and Journey of a Dress, a coffee table book recounting the LA exhibition from early 2014.  Watch DVF share her wisdom on House of DVF and learn what it takes to be successful in fashion! Be sure to follow the show on social media at @DVF and show #HouseofDVF

Learn more here.

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Remembering Oscar de la Renta

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We’re remembering the life and legacy of the great designer, Oscar de la Renta today.  We were saddened to hear of his passing yesterday.  It’s been wonderful to read all of the incredible tributes from designers and all those who had the pleasure of knowing and working with him.  He’s certainly forever left his mark in the design world and will always be remembered and cherished in fashion history as one of the greatest American designers of all time. We hope you will take the time to read this touching tribute from Vogue‘s editor in chief, Anna Wintour.

Harper’s Bazaar shared the most iconic red carpet looks through the decades from Oscar de la Renta here – along with some of the designer’s most inspiring quotes.

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New Tory Burch Watches

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Tory Burch shares the scoop on her new watch line on her blog – read the excerpt here.

 

Tell us about the watch collection. What inspired it?
 
TB: I’m so excited about it. It’s inspired by vintage jewelry, color, art and travel — all the things I love.
 
 
What can we expect?
 
TB: The collection includes seven groups, made with the highest level of Swiss artisanship and precision — that was really important to us, to have that level of craftsmanship that these watches would last as long as the ones my parents and grandparents had. We incorporated our favorite design elements: fretwork, geometric designs, a touch of saffiano leather (in the straps) and our double-T logo.
 
 
How did you come up with the names?
 
TB: I love bringing in a personal aspect to our designs. The watches are named after my parents Buddy and Reva Robinson, and two of my children, Izzie and Sawyer. The Sawyer — which I’m wearing here — is inspired by a favorite vintage cuff I have, but it’s named after my youngest son… but I always say he’s an old soul, so it worked!
 
 
Do you have favorites?
 
TB: I really like them all. We spent so long perfecting and tweaking them. I wear our Tory (not just because it’s named after me) — I love that it’s a masculine, bold shape that we made just a little bit more delicate. Perfectly tomboy. Our Robinson is limited edition, to celebrate our company’s 10-year anniversary. It’s like a piece of jewelry, with elements pulled from our archive (like fretwork and brass). There are only 500 and each is signed and numbered on the case back.
 
 
What are some cool details that make these watches stand out?
 
TB: Each watch has a distinct personality and a different set of details. The Reva, for instance, comes with either single- or double-wrap Italian leather straps, and we wanted a wide array of colors. The Izzie’s square case is inlaid with fretwork. The smooth, geometric cases of the Buddy are a strong, geometric design that we did either smooth or etched with a grid.
 
 
How are you celebrating the launch?
 
TB: We put together a really fun film, directed by James Lima. Set to The Way I Feel by Bestfriends, it takes you through a metaphoric day in the life of our models. And we have a special issue dedicated just to the idea of time on Tory Daily this week. It’s a good topic of discussion!

 

Shop the new watches here.
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Robert Talbott – Fall 2014

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Robert Talbott prides themselves on their dedication to quality and craftsmanship. They understand that the finest materials and time-tested processes are the foundation for classic style and impeccable clothing—and that is precisely the reputation which they have steadfastly maintained over the course of more than half a century. Their garments represent their understanding of style and workmanship, whether made in their Italian officinas or in their very own Monterey, California workshop. From their early beginnings as a cottage industry in Carmel, California, to their current position as one of the most distinguished manufacturers of fine clothing, the story of Robert Talbott is quite literally that of the American Dream, realized.

As makers, manufacturers, and purveyors of utterly distinctive design sensibility, they are committed to bringing you an iconic, American brand whose quality is second to none, all inspired by their heritage in the Monterey Bay Peninsula.

Shop Robert Talbott here. 

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Hermès Spring-Summer 2015

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After three years as the Hermès designer, Christophe Lemaire presented his last show this week during Paris Fashion Week to focus on his own signature label. Each look of the spring-summer 2015 collection offered a level of elegant nonchalance. The pieces were unfussy yet offered the ultimate dose of effortless chic. We certainly couldn’t pick a favorite piece if we tried.

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