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PaperCity Dallas January February 2022

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A ren't we all a little tired of supply-chain- related construction delays? Well, so is The Conservatory on Two in Highland Park Village. After months of delays, the newly expanded boutique will open (we're hoping for some pomp and circumstance — meaning a fabulously over-the- top party) on Wednesday, February 2. With Brian Bolke at the helm, events, parties, cocktails will abound. At almost 9,000 square feet, it's our Dallas go-to for a myriad of designer exclusives across all categories (Alaïa for women, Berluti for men, Casa Branca for home, and Edward Bess for fragrance and beauty, are just some). We'll also finally have a new little spot in case we're feeling peckish after a day of retail reconnaissance. We've waited with bated breath to once again have the Brian Bowl (named for Bolke), salads, tuna melts, and lemon pistachio tarts from the reimagined "tea room" restaurant, now called Teak. Watch for our online coverage as the opening date nears, and also in the March issue of PaperCity. S ince Miron Crosby boots launched in a Highland Park Village atelier in 2017, it's been one of the buzziest names in the western hemisphere. Founded by sisters and West Texas natives Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means, the Dallas luxury boot label blends tradition (their cousins own Rios of Mercedes, where Miron Crosby's boots are hand-lasted) and fashion. The result has garnered fans like Gigi Hadid, Kacey Musgraves, and Gwyneth Paltrow, with bespoke touches to make each handcrafted pair truly unique. Given Dallas' own migration pattern to Colorado ski country, Aspen made perfect sense for Miron Crosby's second outpost, which opened in December. The chic, cozy studio along East Cooper Avenue was brought to life with Dallas dream team: designer Javier Burkle (Burkle Creative) and contractor Gill Brown (Maplewood). Clocking in at 2,000 square feet (much larger than Miron Crosby's original space), the new Aspen atelier offers the sisters plenty of room to serve up ranch water, host trunk shows to spotlight Texas favorites including Ellis Hill and La Vie Style House, and make their mark in the fashion-conscious mountain town. "Miron Crosby, 520 E. Cooper Ave., Caitlin Clark J o n a t h a n A d l e r 's n e w 6,600-square-foot retail store in West Village is a big change from his previous location in the Knox Street neighborhood. "Our new store looks radical — and radically different from anything we've done before," says Adler, who flew in for a celebratory opening party during the holidays. The new BUZZ: JONATHAN ADLER'S NEW PAD store, which includes a mezzanine, has residential-style vignettes with distinct looks, from Parisian glamour to Hollywood Hills rustic. Black marble floors in a new dedicated lamp room are designed to envision lamps in low-light, while The Cube is an ever-evolving showcase of Jonathan's cheeky accessories. This is Adler's ninth and largest store, with room for his complete range of furniture, rugs, lighting, tabletop collections, bedding, gifts, and candles. Jonathan Adler, 3700 McKinney Ave. in West Village, Rebecca Sherman OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. THIS JUST IN: THE CONSERVATORY SETS OPENING DATE! THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR ASPEN Miron Crosby opens in Aspen Jonathan Adler 24

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