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PaperCity Dallas April 2022

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R etail: Highland Park Village is always busy as the hive, but the moving parts are staying put for a while. The only boutique news we have is that Reformation — the L.A. brand that started out selling vintage then progressed to creating its own unique collections with an emphasis on sustainability — is opening a pop-up next door to YO! Lobster this month (through September). If you head there to score a fabulous girl-on-the- go jumpsuit Saturday, April 9, you can take part in the annual Highland Park Village Spring Shopping Stroll, with discounts and promotions to entice you to whip out your Amex Black card, as well as the Sisterly Florals flowers truck, sponsored by PaperCity; face-painting stations; a photographer to snap a photo of you (or the little ones) with bunnies; and the Lallier Champagne Bar … There are exciting developments down the street at Mockingbird Station. Later this spring, the brunch bunch will find another stop for their favorite weekend meal when 360 Brunch House opens, offering eight varieties of French toast and 11 variations on the pancakes theme. Also opening in our favorite little lifestyle shopping mecca is Hydrate IV Bar, with IV Therapy, NAD+ IV Therapy, and injections. Social: Don't bother removing your makeup and jewelry this month, since your calendar will be full. First up is the Nasher Prize Gala honoring 2022 Nasher Prize Nairy Baghramian on Saturday, April 2 … That same weekend is Deep Ellum Arts Festival (April 1 - 3), with 100 continuous "original only" bands, singers/ songwriters, and performance artists in a variety of genres … If fashion is top of mind, buy a ticket for Dec My Room's Room to Grow Luncheon and Fashion Presentation at Neiman Marcus Saturday, April 2, with a fashion presentation by moderator Kimberly Schlegel Whitman … On Saturday, April 9, after three years of planning, the Dallas Museum of Art's Art Ball is finally happening. With Brian Bolke chairing, we know it will be beyond fashionable … Wednesday, April 20, whip out your most stunning chapeau for the Mad Hatter's Tea & Luncheon, celebrating 34 years, sponsored by the Women's Council of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden … Then on Friday, April 22, three events vie for your attention: Children's Cancer Fund Gala at the Hilton Anatole, UNICEF USA's Dallas Celebration at the Thompson Dallas, and Flyinghorse, the annual fundraiser benefiting Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Flyinghorse co-chairs Rosie Roberson and Abraham Alexander promise more than a few surprises … That same week, the Junior League of Dallas holds two events in conjunction with its Centennial Celebration: The Milestones Luncheon Thursday, April 21, and the Centennial Gala Saturday, April 23. Guests at the luncheon will find icon Martha Stewart at the podium and raise a glass to fête former first lady Laura Bush, who is being honored with a lifetime achievement award … Why not end your month with a brunch fundraiser? Join the mimosa-loving set for Pop Fizz Clink! A Wings Fling benefiting Wings — a program that assists women in the midst of change. Restaurants: A spot generating lots of buzz with the in-the-know set is The Mexican. This art-filled Turtle Creek Boulevard establishment is opening as we go to press, but word is that the food is heavenly and everyone is intrigued by the $250 drink on their cocktail menu: the Pancho Villa. There are too many other new dining hot spots to list, but we promise to bring you a full restaurant roundup in our May issue. Billy Fong OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 32 214.520.8300 ERINHOME.COM ERIN @ ERINHOME.COM ASK ERIN Top real estate agent Erin Mathews gives a glimpse into her world. Philanthropic events you're most looking forward to. It's a big art month! Dallas Art Fair and the DMA's Art Ball. Your best advice to help someone who's new to Dallas adjust. Dress up … just a little. Your favorite neighborhood restaurant. There are too many to choose just one! Al Biernat's, Le Bilboquet, Mi Cocina (Highland Park Village), Doce Mesas, The Charles, and Nonna. Your favorite new local restaurant. Sister. Top staple in your wardrobe. Jeans, white and blue — wide-leg, skinny, high-waisted. The one thing in Dallas you can do over and over again. Walk the Katy Trail. And eat Mexican food.

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