Métiers d’Art’s International Set Finds Highland Park Village is Ready for Them

With so many Métiers d’Art out-of-towners checking out Highland Park Village, a tax-free customs office has been set up to provide VAT tax rebates for the international set. BTW, if you were at Mi Cocina around noon-ish, you probably spotted Elisa and Stephen Summers and Nasiba Adilova hosting a “casual lunch” for some of the […]

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Local Chanel Clients Will Be Simply Perfect for the Metiers d’Art Festivities

With Karl Lagerfeld’s Métiers d’Art invasion of Dallas with the likes of Anna Wintour and Lynn Wyatt, the local Chanel professionals and clients will be in the international spotlight for the next couple of days. Seems the sales associates have been scrutinizing their customers’ ensembles and made adjustments for absolute perfection. One gal was in […]

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The Mansion Is Off Limits For Locals Due To Chanel Until Thursday

Dropped by the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek last evening for a glass of Sauvignon and was told the entire facility “was closed” until Thursday. Was it the weather? Nope. It’s one of the designated hotels for Karl Lagerfeld and his Chanel invasion of celebs for Tuesday’s extravaganza, Métiers d’Art at Fair Park. And were […]

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DHome Editors Heart International Folk Art Market

Christine Allison and I had the time of our lives at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe last weekend.  Not only were we entertained like queens, we got completely inspired by the artists from around the world we were fortunate enough to meet.  They represent the best their country has to offer in […]

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Open: The World’s Best New Fashion Stores

I recieved an email from David Droese the other day about this cool new coffee-table book. (I was once in a wedding with his lovely wife Suzanne. Oops. Watch your step. I just dropped a name.) Anyway, this book features gorgeous photographs of super cool stores including a Droese Raney Architecture client, Billy Reid in […]

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