Highland Park Shops
Emily Summers Studio 54
54 Highland Park Village, Highland Park
Celebrated interior designer Emily Summers just opened her own showroom in Highland Park Village, which is a pretty great source for inspiration. Her style is undeniably refined without being cold—lots of gorgeous velvets and other luxe fabrics on nice clean lines.
Highland Park Village
47 Highland Park Village, Highland Park
Occupying a sprawling corner of one of Dallas’ busiest thoroughfares, Highland Park Village has been reigning supreme over the Dallas shopping scape since the ‘30s—in fact, it was the country’s first shopping center, and gained historic landmark status because of it. It also has to be one of the country’s fanciest: Stella McCartney, Hermes, Harry Winston, Tom Ford, and Chanel all have outposts here. (It was also home to the goop pop.)
45 Highland Park Village, Highland Park
Run by interior designer sisters Kirsten Fitzgibbons and Kelli Ford, this shop is one of the cities best resources for great gifts. They carry Baccarat crystal, Mottahedeh ceramics, and an array of kids and coffee table books, but what sets them apart is their personalization service—they’ll monogram, emboss, or engrave pretty much anything. (In fact, they’re doing the monogramming for everything at the goop pop in every conceivable color, including neons.)
The MIA Project
4628 York Blvd., Highland Park
True to its name (M.I.A. stands for Made in America), every piece of merch stocked in this homey, lovingly curated shop is made in the U.S., as the goal for founders Micha Thomas and Jaime Lawson is to shine a light on local independent makers at a time when so much of production is done overseas. The mostly handmade and small-batch edit includes a little bit of something for everyone: soy wax candles by Venice-based Yoke, delicate linen dresses by Matteo, Minnesota-made handbags by heritage brand J.W. Hulme, and so much more.
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