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T ré for the Gathering, founded by Clemencia Larimore and Michelle Gallagher, opens this month in Minden Square in 600-square-foot within Menn House, a circa-1800s Historic Texas Landmark. The store is based on a love for entertaining, filled with ceramics, pottery, barware and glassware, trays, charcuterie boards made by Larimore and her mother, and other handmade objects for entertaining from their native Colombia. Tré for the Gathering, 105 W. Austin, Round Top, … Julie Haus Alkire and Jason Alkire have moved Haus Alkire to 200 East Austin Street, behind Hotel Lulu, open Thursday through Sunday. Each room in the modern cabin is curated with the brand's ready-to-wear label, made-to-measure, and couture, as well as home objects … L.A.-based sustainable-furniture purveyor Cisco Home opens its year-round Round Top outpost Thursday, November 4. Cisco Home's furniture — which is also sold via a shop-in-shop at ABC Carpet & Home in New York and retailers and to-the-trade showrooms nationwide — is handcrafted in the U.S. with responsibly harvested and sourced woods and low-VOC wood stains, goose feathers and down, and natural linens, cotton, and wool. Don't miss Cisco's lineup of seasonal vendors during the antiques shows. Open Thursday through Sunday;1350 N. Texas Hwy. 237 … Sisters Melissa Savarino Ellis and Shelley Ulm have moved their shop Tutu & Lilli to Round Top Village on N. Washington. The new 1,800-square- foot emporium offers Tutu & Lilli's Houston-made casual clothing, and M.U.S.E. Collective jewelry, which the sisters design together. Also look for pet, baby, home, spa, bar, and gourmet offerings. Anne Lee Phillips and Candice Cowin C ontinuing its commitment to a robust art program, The Halles will once again be the site of an engaging contemporary dialogue. Featured art headliners in the VIP Pavilion begin with Preston Gaines, fresh from his Contemporary Arts Museum Houston residency and concurrently on view at Project Row Houses. Gaines, who wields a master's in architecture, has been disrupting the art world via his way with plants paired with sustainable furniture design, a series he will reconfigure for The Halles, supported by sponsor Piper Faust Fine Art (the curator who inaugurated the public art program at Round Top last spring). ON THE MOVE THE HALLES AS KUNSTHALLE Sharing the spotlight with Gaines are Patricio Marin and Greg Goodman, both Burning Man veterans. Marin, a master of metal arts whose expertise has been enlisted by The Menil Collection and Houston Museum of Natural Science, collaborated with Goodman, a code poet who by day is a designer of high-performance industrial code systems. The result: the hypnotic, three-years-in-the- making light sculpture, Chromatic Distraction I. Then head over to Halle 6 to commission Bachman+Petrie (a collaboration between Chris Pierre Bachman and Nicole Petrie) for a Pop-inflected canvas. October 16 – October 30, Catherine D. Anspon Haus Alkire owners Julie Haus Alkire and Jason Alkire Cisco Home sustainable furniture GERARDO VELASQUEZ Preston Gaines comes to The Halles. COURTESY THE ARTISTS Patricio Marin and Greg Goodman's Chromatic Distraction I, 2019-2021 When Round Top Fall Antiques Show unfurls, head to The Halles for a side of public art. LISA PETROLE 80

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