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New SuperStar F ootwear maker Both Paris has launched a new collection of boots designed by fashion house Monse's co-creative directors, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. Both Paris uses the latest rubber-shoe-making techniques alongside leather and other experimental materials to create unique footwear. The five-piece collection takes cues from Monse's Fall/Winter 2020 Happy Punk collection, inspired by tartans, velvet, deconstructed wool, and trench coats. Included are new versions of Both's signature boots, The GAO thigh-high and The GAO high boot. Jimmy Choo has partnered with outdoor heritage brand Timberland to recreate Timberland's classic six-inch hiking boot — picture the boot having a spa day followed by a red-carpet appearance, and you get a sense of things. Available in four colorways with Swarovski crystals and glitter embellishments, the collab allows Jimmy Choo "to get together with different creative minds to create a beautiful and surprising product," says Jimmy Choo creative director Sandra Choi. "Timberland's outdoor work heritage, combined with our high fashion sensibility, creates something really exciting and unique." The new kicks range from $595 for black nubuck leather with gunmetal glitter to $5,500 for the golden s u e d e a n d crystal version. At select Jimmy Choo boutiques,, P rada continues its collaboration with Adidas with The Superstar, a sneaker that's been an Adidas classic since 1969. This makeover sees the sneaker crafted at Prada's workshops in full-grain leather in three new colorway (black, white with black, and chrome silver with white) with Prada and Adidas Originals logos. $525, at Prada boutiques, Adidas flagship stores,, Both x Monse timberland Goes GlaM Both Paris X Monse Jimmy Choo X Timberland Prada-Adidas The Superstar sneaker PAPERCITY PROMOTION HIGHL AND PARK A HOLLYWOOD-WORTHY HIDEOUT in 3812 Euclid Avenue I t's not easy for any home to stand out along this beautiful, shaded stretch of Highland Park, but 3812 Euclid Avenue does just that. To see the 1970s home, positioned on a corner lot and flanked by mid-century trellises, is to immediately commit it to memory. That's the mark of a truly vision- ary designer — in this case, famed Dallas architect Harwood K. Smith, who dreamed up some of the most striking modern residences in the city. Naturally, the allure of 3812 Euclid extends beyond the ivy-covered exterior and perfectly placed palm tree, with a sun-soaked interior that lies behind the towering courtyard walls. Elegant archways and 14-foot ceilings are through- out the house, from the dramatic library with glossy built-ins and fireplace to the rich red plaster walls and travertine floors of the living and dining rooms. Bold shades extend to the deep blues of the master bedroom and an exquisitely wallpapered bathroom suite, but the glamour never detracts from the heart of the home: a lush, sprawling courtyard, visible through floor-to-ceiling windows and doors constructed of glass and steel. A newly added great room peers onto a smaller courtyard and blends beautifully with Smith's unforget- table work — a Hollywood-worthy hideout in the heart of Highland Park. 972.380.7750 28

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