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Discover the Season’s Latest Fashion Trends with Highland Park Village’s Fall Lookbook

Explore ready-to-wear fashions and accessories available at Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination.
By Highland Park Village |
aice + olivia; Highland Park Village Fall 2023 Fashion Lookbook

With summer coming to a close, it is time to update your wardrobe with the latest fall fashion trends. Celebrate the upcoming season with Highland Park Village, Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination. Their highly anticipated Fall 2023 Fashion Lookbook features ready-to-wear fashions and accessories from esteemed brands like Akris, alice + olivia, Brioni, Brunello Cucinelli, Carolina Herrera, Celine, Dior, ETRO, Fendi, Jimmy Choo, Lela Rose, Moncler, Ralph Lauren, SIMKHAI, Valentino, Veronica Beard, and more.

This year’s fall collections feature bold colors, elevated basics, and interesting silhouettes. Best of all, the trends are available to shop now at Highland Park Village stores. Whether you are looking for a gown perfect for your next event, an outfit for your next board meeting, a jacket for the cooler temperatures, or are just in need of a seasonal reset, the Village has everything needed to feel inspired for fall.

Highland Park Village offers complimentary services for guests to enjoy including personal shopping in a private salon space, chauffeured car service, valet parking, and WiFi. To learn more, visit hpvillage.com.

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