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December 2019- Dallas

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given traditional western footwear new life outside of the ranch and inside the closets of in-the-know urbanites far and wide. On the heels of Miron Crosby's megawatt fête on the Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek lawn to celebrate its collaboration with Prabal Gurung, the brand has made it on to the most fashionable of holiday wish lists. But gift givers (and askers) take note: The ante has been upped. This month, Rosewood Hotel Group launches Rosewood Limited Edition, a collection of one-of-a-kind experiences created around 12 of Rosewood's illustrious global properties. Packages range from aiding conservation efforts for Thailand's Maya Island (a stunning cove in the Andaman Sea that is closed to tourists) to deep sea diving in the Bahamas for a rare Ulysse Nardin timepiece. A jewel of the Rosewood Limited Edition program is centered around the original Rosewood property: Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek. The package, which starts at $197,580, includes three nights at the hotel, with a private dinner in the Mansion's penthouse, newly 'T is the season of holiday debates. Colorful lights or warm white? (White. Always.) Printed cards or e-cards? (Printed.) Eggnog or mulled wine? (Neither.) But there's one nonnegotiable point: The most magical lights in Dallas are at Highland Park Village. This year, HPV and PaperCity host a Christmas lights celebration and shopping stroll on Thursday, December 5, from 4 to 8 pm. Sip and shop beneath the glow of lights, with a performance by St. Michael's Children's Choir, and have your photo taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus at The Village Theatre. Plenty of treats are in store, with Swiss chocolate and wine tasting at Akris, hand-calligraphed holiday cards at Fendi, hot toddies at OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. S tep aside, Palm Beach: Caftans have become the uniform of our city's style set — thanks to Lindsey M c C l a i n a n d J a m i e Coulter of La Vie Style House. Of course, Pulitzer-esque pinks and palm-tree prints have been swapped for vintage-inspired fabrics, three-dimensional floral appliques, and cheeky prints that look as effortlessly at home with sneakers and layered atop denim as they do in black-tie settings. This month, La Vie Style House pops up at Highland Park Village with a selection of the notoriously hard-to-get caftans and kimonos. The one-size-fits- all caftans come in punchy prints, from one doused in leopard-print sequins, to a full-length kimono in metallic brocade. Join on Tuesday, December 10, 10 am to 6 pm, to meet the founders, and shop with cocktail in hand, with an extra incentive of in-store monogramming. La Vie Style House at Highland Park Village, December 1 through 31, 9A Highland Park Village, laviestylehouse. com. Lisa Collins Shaddock Miron Crosby, and holiday face painting and balloons at Hadleigh's. There are plenty of ways to give back, as well, with a purchase at the Jingle Bell Mistletoe Pop- Up benefitting North Texas Food Bank, or donating to the bell ringers from The Salvation Army, or bringing a toy for the S.M. Wright Foundation's Christmas in the Park. Highland Park Village, 47 Highland Park Village, Lisa Collins Shaddock IT'S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME LA VIE FOR YOU AND ME T hese boots have done quite a bit of walking in the last two years: through Highland Park Village; across the pages of Town & Country, Elle, and Harper's Bazaar; and down Prabal Gurung's Spring 2020 runway. The boots in reference are, of course, by Miron Crosby, the artisanal cowboy boot company created by Texan sisters Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means. The brand has single-handedly ROSEWOOD LIMITED EDITION X MIRON CROSBY redesigned by interior designer Thomas Pheasant. Then it's off to Marfa by private jet for a VIP visit to the Chinati Foundation contemporary art museum and then to Mercedes, TX for a tour of the 160-year-old factory where Miron Crosby's boots are made by hand. Upon your return to Dallas, you'll be fitted for a custom pair of boots with Means and Duplantis in their Highland Park Village atelier. It gets better: The trip culminates with a stay at the Means family cattle ranch in Van Horn, Texas. Information 214.559.2100. Lisa Collins Shaddock La Vie Style House caftans Highland Park Village The Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek penthouse Marfa, Texas Handcrafted boots 22

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