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HUNTERS CREEK VILL AGE | 4/5 | $2,850,000 OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 28 T exas Design Week Dallas is Monday through Friday, October 7 through 11 — a week- long celebration of design, thoughtful panel discussions, salon talks, book signings, and cocktails with some of the most recognized names in the design business. Jump in your car and make a design pilgrimage! Confirmed appearances include Jeffrey Bilhuber at Wells Abbott Showroom; Architectural Digest editor in chief Amy Astley at Jan Showers Showroom; Martyn Lawrence Bullard at The Rug Company; Tom Sheerer, Lisa Fine, and Penny Morrison at James Showroom; Timothy Corrigan at David Sutherland Showroom; David Kleinberg at Allan Knight Showroom; Jay Jeffers at Christopher Martin Gallery; and if you dream of your own design book don't miss this panel discussing How to Get a Book Publishing Deal, moderated by book agent Chesie Breen, with Rizzoli Publishers senior editor Sandy Gilbert, legendary photographer Pieter Estersohn, designer Cathy Kincaid, and architect/designer Lee Ledbetter, at Made Goods Showroom. Dapper Dean Rhys-Morgan is at the Ralph Lauren boutique with an exhibition and sale of original and signed- a n d - n u m b e r e d giclée prints of Jeremiah Goodman illustrations, and he will also sign his lavish book about Goodman, Jeremiah: Inspired Interiors. Beverly Hills caterer and extraordinary event planner Alex Hitz will sign his new book, The Art of the Host: Recipes and Rules For Flawless Entertaining at chic new private club Park House. And who are the next generation of design greats? Carl Dellatore, author of the new tome On Style: Inspiration and Advice from the New Generation of Interior Design leads a panel of three whose work appears in the book: Lance Scott of David Kleinberg Design L uxury linen company Matouk has debuted a custom monogramming service via its website. Now most Matouk linens, from matelassé shams to dinner napkins, can be monogrammed in 16 different styles, from one to three letters in various thread colors, with your choice of size and placement of the monogram. Combining innovative technology with almost a century of expertise creating personalized linens AS YOU LIKE IT BESPOKE MONOGRAMS AT MATOUK TEXAS DESIGN WEEK DALLAS IS A BLOCKBUSTER! Associates, Caleb Anderson of Drake/ Anderson, and Oliver Furth (L.A.). Tickets are on sale now. VIP Reserved Seat Tickets are $250 and include reserved seating all five days, 13 events — salon talks, book signings, exhibitions, cocktails, and product launches, as well as Reserved Seating at the PaperCity Design Awards Wednesday, October 9. General admission tickets are $100 (non- reserved seating) for all five days. All TXDW events are ticketed, and you must RSVP for each event. For the most updated, complete Texas Design Week Dallas schedule, day by day, go to texasdesignweek. com. For general inquiries, tap events@ texasdesignweek. has resulted in an atelier experience online, says Sarah Verardo, Matouk's senior ecommerce manager of digital. This isn't exactly new territory for Matouk — a third-generation family- owned company that's been creating luxury linens and monograms for 90 years. John Matouk arrived in the U.S. from Damascus, Syria, in 1929, armed with experience working in Venice at one of the finest embroidery houses in the world. He and his entrepreneurial wife, Maude — who had started her own business selling linens by appointment in her 20s and had opened her own store — joined forces to launch Matouk. Today, George Matouk Jr. heads Matouk, and the rest is high-thread-count history. Matouk, at Kuhl-Linscomb, Longoria Collection, Anne Lee Phillips Matouk Thea bedding with custom monogram Matouk Bel Tempo bedding with custom monogram

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