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fringed bomber jackets to a new Peekaboo bag, pleated dresses for tots, even a sleek watch. We've never been more eager to identify as a label whore. At the Fendi boutique, 16 Highland Park Village, Christina Geyer OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 34 F ollain founder and CEO Tara Foley takes the notion of nontoxic seriously. After working the soil at a lavender farm in France and then spending time at a private-label beauty company, Foley went solo, launching a concept that would forever change how we approach buying skincare products and makeup. Enter BEAUTY, Clean As A Whistle LOGOS Gone Wild T he double-F Fendi logo, historically speaking, stands for "fun furs" — a monogram that launched during the Italian fashion house's earliest years, when accessories and fur were its mainstays. But, for all intent and purposes that same double-F logo takes on new symbolism for fall: It goes by the name Fendi Mania, a capsule collection for men, women, and children that launched late last month with the Fendi logo as reinterpreted by Instagram artist @hey_reilly. The new graphic is a nod to the sporty Fendi/ Fila logo but takes plenty of high-style cues, popping up on everything from mink coats and (continued from 30) WORLD WIDE Webb Follain: Foley's clean-beauty boutique that opened its first Texas location in Knox-Henderson. With lines such as Indie Lee, May Lindstrom, Josh Rosebrook, and Tammy Fender, Follain is every inch luxury — and wildly discriminating. To be carried at Follain, brands must pass a rigorous approval process that includes deep research into a product's ingredients (Follain has a lengthy restriction list) and testing that polls aestheticians, dermatologists, and makeup artists for quality and effectiveness. Follain, 3107 Knox St., Christina Geyer B arbara Streisand. Jackie O. Elizabeth Taylor. When we think opulent jewels from the '60s, '70s, and '80s few names ring louder than David Webb. The New York designer's statement- making work in color, intricate enamel detail, and wild animalia themes — not to mention his fashionable clientele — became synonymous with the mode of the era. His was an artful aesthetic, though bold, is never tilted on the side of garish. Recently, Richard Eiseman — proprietor of Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center — scored the mother lode: a massive collection of estate jewels hailing from just two Texas families, comprised mostly of David Webb with pieces also from Henry Dunay, Buccellati, and Jean Mahie. There are David Webb earrings, necklaces and brooches in diamonds, turquoise and emeralds and S o u t h S e a p e a r l s ; and bangles and cuffs fashioned in Webb's signature animal motif. Stocking stuffers, anyone? The Eiseman Estate Collection, at Eiseman Jewels, NorthPark Center, Christina Geyer Fendi Mania sneaker Fendi Mania Peekaboo bag Follain

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