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September 2018- Dallas

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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 38 I nspired by the empowerment, experimentation, and playfulness of the 1980s, Bulgari creative director Lucia Silvestri looked to Andy Warhol for the latest High Jewelry collection, Wild Pop. Warhol, a friend of Nicola Bulgari and fan of the brand, frequently incorporated Bulgari into Interview shoots and owned several pieces himself. Audacity in fashion, futuristic dreams, and music play out in the collection as well, with opulent sculptural and geometric shapes, and vibrant gemstones. At the Bulgari boutique, bulgari. com. Anne Lee Phillips BULGARI'S POP ROCKS T o quote Glinda in the musical Wicked, we "couldn't be happier" to welcome Kristin Chenoweth, a classically trained coloratura soprano, as guest artist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's 2018 DSO Gala (media sponsor PaperCity). The Emmy and Tony Award-winning singer and actress performs with the orchestra on stage at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, following a cocktail reception and seated dinner, Saturday, September 15. Chenoweth is the first Broadway star to be tapped as guest artist in more than a decade. Gala tickets from $1,250; concert and after-party tickets from $130. Information 214.871.4045, Lisa Collins Shaddock T o the fashionable gentry who frequent Neiman Marcus, the retail execs charged with the title of vice president and general manager are oft referred to lovingly as retail gods, style confidants, and shopping partners. So, when those positions opened at both Neiman Marcus NorthPark Center and at its Downtown flagship store, a search for L os Angeles artist Max Dower is known for his Unfortunate Portrait T-shirt line, which pokes fun at pop culture — ghosts playing in a pool (Dead Pool), rapper Tupac's image on a pocket (TuPocket). Now he turns his attention to the Dallas Cowboys with a 10-piece collection, Dallas Cowboys x Unfortunate Portrait, launching exclusively at Forty Five Ten this month. Conceived by Forty Five Ten creative assistant Jordan Jones — Jerry Jones' granddaughter — Dower's punny illustrations depict football-player personalities and team characteristics. Shop the collab at a pop-up shop September 10 to 17 at Forty Five Ten on Main; the shirts MAGIC AT THE MEYERSON A FORTUNATE COLLAB HERE, HERE CORRECTION the perfect pair was on. The result is two new gentlemen who quietly slipped into their positions, quickly winning the affection of the shopping set. Alan Morrell, VP and GM at NorthPark Center, hails from San Francisco, where he managed NM's Bay Area store. Devotees of Neiman's Downtown applauded the promotion of Tim Adair to the store's VP and GM role, having spent 17 years with the retailer. With fall at the starting gate, these two handsome NM GMs have hit the floor running. Christina Geyer remain for sale at both Forty Five Ten locations afterwards. Dallas Cowboys x Unfortunate Portrait unisex T-shirt $75, at Forty Five Ten on Main, Forty Five Ten Highland Park Village. Linden Wilson PaperCity's social coverage of the Aging Mind Foundation 2018 Gala, which appeared in the July/August issue, incorrectly stated that the gala's honoree, Betty Tatum, was deceased. Betty Tatum is, in fact, not deceased. Our apologies to Betty and her family. Wild Pop 18K pink- gold earrings with mother-of-pearl, coral, turquoise, rubellite, and diamonds Bulgari Wild Pop High Jewelry Collection 18K yellow-gold ring with chrysoprase, peridot, and diamonds (continued on page 48) Dallas Cowboys x Unfortunate Portrait Kristin Chenoweth

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