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Shop for a Worthy Cause at Highland Park Village

Visit the Village to take advantage of the Partners Card discount with brands that rarely go on sale.
By Highland Park Village |

The highly anticipated shopping fundraiser, Partners Card, kicked off on Friday, October 28th. Highland Park Village, Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination is proud to support The Family Place, the largest family violence agency in Texas, through Partners Card.

Every purchase of a $75 Partners Card covers the cost of one night of safety for a victim of family violence at The Family Place and provides you with a 20% discount at participating retailers. Spend the day at the Village and shop for a worthy cause.

Highland Park Village is home to the most esteemed fashion and lifestyle brands in the world and with over 30 brands participating in Partners Card, there is something for everyone. Browse ready-to-wear fashions and accessories at Brunello Cucinelli, ETRO, Jimmy Choo, La Ligne, Loro Piana, Peter Millar, Ralph Lauren, Reformation, Tory Burch, Trina Turk, Veronica Beard and more. Or utilize your discount to indulge in some self-care at Dr. Barbara Sturm Boutique & Spa and Cerón Highland Park.

You can also support local Dallas designers and stores during the 10-day period. Kaftan and kimono brand La Vie Style House, elevated jewelry and accessories label Lele Sadoughi, home interior and gift shop Madison, curated multi-brand women’s boutique MARKET, bespoke boot line Miron Crosby, prescription eyewear and sunglass boutique Peeper’s, specialty gift shop St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange, and more are participating in the Partners Card shopping event.

Partners Card is taking place from Friday, October 28th to Sunday, November 6th. To view a list of all participating Highland Park Village stores, visit

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