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5 Reasons to Shop Highland Park Village's New TTH Forty Five Ten

Nadia Dabbakeh | August 15, 2016 | Feature Features

Five & Ten is out at Highland Park Village, and taking its place is a new concept curated by Forty Five Ten's Vice President, Creative/Fashion Director Taylor Tomasi Hill. The new namesake women's boutique, called TTH Forty Five Ten, which will showcase her talent for finding emerging young designers, will be a permanent fixture at HPV, with a shop-in-shop coming soon at Forty Five Ten's new Downtown Dallas boutique. So, go take a look at the new labels we're loving and many more!
Taylor Tomasi Hill curates a new Forty Five Ten concept store at Highland Park Village.

1. Harvey Faircloth
Creative Director Christopher Rivers combines Americana sportswear with couture details, and we hope TTH has picked up some outerwear for fall.

2. Kule


Ready-to-wear designer Nikki Kule was the second-ever children’s designer to earn an invitation into the CFDA, and now her “Preppy Luxe” aesthetic is available to adults in her Stripes collection for women and men.

3. Rosie Assoulin

Fantastical silhouettes, bold color and reliable practicality—Assoulin’s bold designs have become a go-to for cool girls everywhere.

4. Jacquemus


Designer Simon Porte Jacquemus is a protégé of Rei Kawakubo, and you can tell by the designs’ deconstruction and exaggerated proportions.

5. Fallon


Designer Dana Lorenze makes graphic layering pieces with street sensibility and a fine jewelry feel.

Forty Five Ten
, 60 Highland Park Village, 214.252.0510



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