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PaperCity Dallas November 2021

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BUZZY BEE R etail: Personalized is the way to go when searching for a gift for those impossible to buy for. For a great weekend bag that can be monogrammed, look no further than the first Leatherology at NorthPark Center. The Dallas brand was created by brother/sister team David Liu and Rae Liu; their pop-up is located in the corridor between Nordstrom and Macy's … Our noses are overjoyed to learn that a Jo Malone London is scheduled to open this month in the same corridor as Leatherology. You'll find all the fragrances, candles and bath and body care that you covet from the British bespoke line. Social: The flurry of charity soirées continues providing ample opportunities to premiere the Herrera gown that you purchased before COVID lockdown. Might we OOOPS! Our October 2021 issue featured a story titled Honor Roll (page 60), which stated that Deedie Rose had helped bring the Nasher Sculpture Center to fruition. Rose was not involved with the design and construction of Nasher Sculpture Center. We regret the error. suggest Bravo! benefitting the AT&T Performing Arts Center November 19, at the Winspear Opera House … If you're looking for something casual, consider Knox Street's Holiday Celebration, a sip-and-shop block party on November 20. Everyone on your Christmas list will likely appreciate that you were tipsy when purchasing their gift. Restaurants: It's a foodie's dream come true. Eataly in NorthPark Center is hosting its official grand opening November 12, with an immersive Italian experience through endless food and drink. Score your access quickly, as it will likely sell out: Eataly has been open since December 2020 and has garnered a cult-like following in Dallas' culinary clique. Tickets range from $99 to $149 for a VIP evening … Headington Companies (The Joule, Forty Five Ten) has launched Tango Room in the former FT33 space in the Design District. The modern steakhouse had a soft opening, and now everyone is clamoring for a reservation. Your buzzy bee promises to share more once he secures that coveted 7 pm Friday seating time. Billy Fong OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. W e think of her as our own Energizer Bunny. Tina Craig does it all: mom, influencer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the list keeps growing. In 2019, she launched a skincare line, U Beauty, created to provide others with equally hectic schedules a way to streamline their skincare routine. In time for the holiday season, U Beauty introduces The Preface Set, a limited-edition gift set outfitted in chic orange packaging — no gift wrap required. New customers get a taste of U Beauty's Siren Capsule Technology — and for devotees, it's THE TINA TREATMENT ideally sized to toss into your Hermès weekend bag. The set includes three essentials: Resurfacing Compound, Super Hydrator, and Sculpt Arm Compound. It's everything one might need to look Instagram-ready for the slew of upcoming holiday parties. U Beauty The Preface Set, $158, at Neiman Marcus stores, Billy Fong T he Dallas Art Fair and Klyde Warren Park have long wanted to feature rotating art installations on the park's green space that anchors much of the Arts District. A work by Caledonia Curry, who goes by the name of Swoon unveils November 11. The artist has been featured in major museums around the world and will be presenting a mobile diorama, The House Our Families Built, created as part of the PBS American Portrait initiative, where first-person stories were collected. In Swoon's case, the artist asked viewers to consider how ancestral histories inform the understanding of ourselves. On view in Klyde Warren Park, November 11 – 21; Billy Fong SWOON IN SITU Tina Craig Leatherology 28

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