Oh, Señora Herrera, where do we even begin? Do we start with the incomparable sophistication of your Highland Park Village store, with its offerings of sables and champagnes? Or the almost couture-like impeccability of your clothing? Since 1980, the Venezuelan-born Herrera has been dressing the golden girls of society, and her arrival in Texas has brought that legacy to the south. Not only are the New York and bridal collections carried here, but you can also find an impeccable selection of accessories to accent your newest Herrera piece. Colombian crocodile handbags by Nancy Gonzalez, bedazzled Judith Leiber evening bags (FYI, former Dallasite Amis Garrigue is now Lieber’s creative director), perfectly polished Manolo Blahniks, and a fur salon overflowing with ranch mink and cropped-style sables from the Carolina Herrera furrier are here for the taking. If you need a pick-me-up, don’t be afraid to ask for a cappuccino. Affable salesperson Matte Minick makes a mean frothy version.