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PaperCity Dallas October 2020

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Design AwArDs PaPerCity T he entry site is open for the 2020 PaperCity Design A w a r d s , w i t h D a l l a s D e s i g n D i s t r i c t a n d Dunhill Partners, which recognizes outstanding i n t e r i o r d e s i g n ; i n t e r i o r 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, who are encouraged to enter projects across 17 categories. Winning projects will be featured in the January 2021 PaperCity Decoration + Art issue, circulation 50,000, and online (5 million+ monthly page views). Judges to be announced. To enter a project, go to designawards.papercitymag. com. Deadline to enter is Monday, November 2, 2020. Texas Design Week Dallas has been postponed until 2021. Check for new dates. A highlight of the city is one the most coveted salons in Dallas, Ceron Hair, with the perfect duo at the helm. A s 2019 began, the Frederic Fekkai salon in coveted Highland Park V i l l a g e w a s in need of new leadership for its team of sought-after stylists, along with an interior facelift. The perfect duo answered the call: hairstylist Ceron and his husband, event planner Todd Fiscus. The couple insisted on one condition: The staff of the former Frédéric Fekkai had to stay. "There was so much talent in that salon," says Fiscus, who owns Todd Events as well as Dallas flower emporium Avant Garden. Ceron — who splits his time between Dallas (where he accepts clients on Saturdays and Tuesdays) and his two namesake salons in Houston — has expanded his new staff's expertise beyond cuts and color. The salon now also offers extensions and keratin treatments, along with makeup application, eyebrow waxing, and facials from in-house esthetician Dolores Villanueva. Fiscus reimagined the 2,000- square-foot space, which is tucked between Carolina Herrera and Frame, as a glamorous women's dressing lounge, removing dark- brown awnings and frosted windows to bring in natural light. Graceful window coverings and cream-colored furniture were added, bookcases were wallpapered in a Celerie Kemble for Schumacher pattern, and luscious flowers abound. "I think the magic of Todd is that he knows how spaces work because of his experience with large-scale events," Ceron says. "He walked in, and within 20 seconds, he knew what needed to change. It's so incredible. He deserves a medal." Debuting amid a pandemic was not in the original plan. Before opening, Ceron and Fiscus worked closely with the salon's artistic director, Tony Salle, to create stringent safety guidelines to ensure that clients feel safe. "We wanted to provide the client with anything they need so they can have a great experience, even though they're wearing a mask," Ceron says. "You're looking at beautiful flowers from Avant Garden, you're having your hair done, and everyone is taking great care of you properly. I think people appreciate that." Ceron Hair, 30 Highland Park Village, 214.219.3600, Caitlin Clark Ceron HAir AppArents Calling Dallas–Fort Worth Designers and Architects to Enter the The new Ceron Hair in Highland Park Village ALL PHOTOS JOHn CAin 20

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