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November 2019- Dallas

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e r i n @ e r i n h o m e . c o m 2 1 4 . 5 2 0 . 8 3 0 0 E R I N M A T H E W S e r i n h o m e . c o m THE RESIDENT EXPERT ERIN MATHEWS 24 W hile boot company Tecovas is based in Austin, we like to think its roots are planted in Dallas. Founder and CEO Paul Hedrick is a Dallas native, after all, so we consider the brand's store opening this month in Knox-Henderson to be Tecovas' homecoming. The store mirrors the same mod-western aesthetic as the boots — equal parts rugged (saddle and spur elements) and industrial, with a sophisticated bent. A focal point of the boutique comes by way of Austin artisan Kyle Bunting, who depicted the Dallas skyline across a cowhide-covered wall. Have your boots and leather accessories debossed in-store, with boot-shine and cocktail service on demand. Tecovas, 3010 N. Henderson Ave., Christina Geyer OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. S anta can keep his elves. We'll take Whitney Williams Rowell, Catherine Guidici Lowe, Maija Benincasa, Taylor Miller Turner, and dozens of other female entrepreneurs offering up everything from custom stationery to clean beauty products. This month, they'll all be in one place — a beautifully designed spec home by Hawkins-Welwood — for the second annual Collective Thirty One Holiday Market. Every square foot of the home will be taken over by local businesses offering gifts galore, sweet treats, even blowouts. Consider this a more stylish North Pole. Once you've checked everything off your list, indulge in a blowout by Book a Birdie and a clean beauty bar from Follain. And, to fuel the shopping, lunch bites will be served by Feed Me Pronto. The Collective Thirty One Holiday Market, Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15, at 6730 Pemberton Dr. Lisa Collins Shaddock ONE STOP ( CHIC ) SHOP CHIC TO BOOT OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. T he stars shine bright at Fashion Group International's Night of Stars Gala Friday, November 15, at The Adolphus Hotel, where FGI'S BRIGHTEST CONSTELLATION chairman Victoria Snee welcomes Veronica Beard designers Veronica Swanson Beard and Veronica Miele Beard, actress and Dallas native Angie Harmon, entrepreneur John Terlingo, patron of the arts Sandra Moon, and legendary designer Bob Mackie, who will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award. Vintage fashion master and owner of L.A.'s Decades store Cameron Silver, who is also fashion director of the Halston brand, will emcee; PaperCity serves as media sponsor. Lisa Collins Shaddock Sisters-in-law Veronica Swanson Beard and Veronica Miele Beard Bob Mackie The Holiday Market will be held in this Hawkins-Welwood home.

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