Trending among locals (and irresistible to our own Heather Lettieri), Number One/Le Jus is but the front-runner in a coming string of debuts at the posh shopping center. Click here for details on this new juice bar-boutique, and read on for the latest intel on openings to come at Highland Park Village.
The size of the new store’s construction has us excited for the large-scale designer debut in our near future.
Construction is also noticeable at Scoop NYC. The retailer has closed its next door men’s store, and behind the taped http://gabapentin300mg-dosage.com/ windows and doors, a new store is developing. Dallas’ first Alexander McQueen boutique will mark the fifth in the country. No opening date is set as of now, but work seems to be moving quickly.
Moving on, the wait won’t be long for Rag & Bone. The edgy-meets-classic brand will open a pop-up shop next month, located in the former Bang & Olufsen space across from Escada. Our eyes and ears will be tracking its opening day over the
next few weeks.
Finally, Saint Laurent Paris has been teasing Dallas shoppers for nearly a year now. Shake-ups at the top level have netted delay after delay for Dallas’ yet-to-open outpost of the famed French label. We’ve been watching and waiting for any new updates, but the neglected storefront neighboring DVF is still in a holding pattern, according to Village sources.
With just this last hiccup, Highland Park
Village’s boom looks to continue in weeks and months to come. As your local guide, we will keep you updated on any further developments in the shopping center as they are available.
(Lead image via furosemide 20 mg HPVillage.com; Inset photos, credit DFW Style Daily)