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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. A s many are uneasy about dining in a semi- crowded restaurant among servers wearing masks, social gatherings are moving outdoors these days. Cocktails in the garden or a dinner party on a well-appointed patio are the invites we covet. And what do we long to wear? A caftan or kimono fits the bill. Conjuring up visions of Yves Saint Laurent and Talitha Getty, they're the epitome of casual cool and perfect for concealing accentuated curves until you get back to your SoulCycle class. Just in time, former stylists Lindsey McClain, a Dallas native, and Jamie Coulter are presenting a pop-up of their wildly popular La Vie Style House at Market in Highland Park Village. Might we suggest a short caftan with leopard sequins for a safari feel, even though you're just poolside at a home on Strait Lane. When the sun goes down, channel your inner Deeda Blair in a metallic, brocaded full-length kimono. Whatever the occasion, throw one on, and you'll look party-picture ready. Market, 26 Highland Park Village, Billy Fong CAFTANS CALLING ANTHONY CHANG Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students wearing La Vie Style House DESIGN AWARDS AND TEXAS DESIGN WEEK DALLAS 2020 PAPERCITY T he entry site is open for the 2020 PaperCity Design Awards, with Dallas Design District and Dunhill Partners, which recognizes outstanding interior design; interior architecture; retail, restaurant, and gallery design; landscape design; historical preservation; and furniture, product, and textile design, along with other categories. The PaperCity Design Awards is open to all Dallas-Fort Worth-area interior designers, architects, landscape designers, and product and textile designers, regardless of professional affiliation, who are encouraged to enter projects across 17 categories. The awards ceremony to announce the winning entries is Monday, September 21, at Virgin Hotels Dallas. Winning projects will be featured in the January 2021 PaperCity Decoration + Art issue, circulation 50,000, and online. Judges to be announced. To enter a project, go to designawards. Deadline to enter is Friday, September 4. Texas Design Week Dallas is Monday – Friday, September 21 –25, 2020 — a week-long celebration of design with panel discussions, salon talks, book signings, and cocktails with some of the most recognized names in the design business. Confirmed appearances, talks, and book signings include designers Mark D. Sikes, Amanda Lindroth, Michelle Nussbaumer, and Jan Showers and photographer Douglas Friedman, i.e., The Facinator, with a full schedule to be announced soon. Tickets are on sale now: VIP Reserved-Seat Tickets are $250 and include reserved seating at five days of salon talks, book signings, exhibitions, cocktails, and product launches, as well as reserved seating at the PaperCity Design Awards. General admission tickets are $100 (non-reserved seating) for five days of salon talks, book signings, exhibitions, cocktails, and product launches. All TXDW events are ticketed. All COVID-19 safety protocols will be observed. For Texas Design Week Dallas sponsorship o p p o r t u n i t i e s a n d a d v e r t i s i n g , e m a i l For the most updated schedule for Texas Design Week Dallas, go to; Texas Design Week general inquiries, tap

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