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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. R etail: Flea Style debuts in August at Galleria Dallas. This purveyor of vintage finds and works by local artists, owned by Brittany Cobb, has been a go-to in Deep Ellum since 2018. Cobb also has locations at The Star in Frisco and the Stockyards in Fort Worth. … NorthPark Center debuts Maria Tash in July, an innovative fine jewelry and luxury piercing salon; its Dallas location joins outposts all over the U.S. as well as in Europe and the Middle East … Dallas' ever-fashionable Hanh Merriman has launched Hanh Collection 2. Expect easy, insouciant shapes and a riot of color — we recommend the cropped Mach bomber and Torque skirt in floral jacquard, blooming in fuchsia and purple against deep army green ( Art: It's time for another trek to Marfa. Cultural entrepreneur and curator Yvonne Force Villareal has launched an innovative arts program at the historic Brite House in Marfa, built by Lucas Charles Brite in 1917. Aptly named Brite Force, it opened with an inaugural exhibition by artist Will Cotton, which features a series of drawings and hyper- realistic paintings of cowboys and unicorns (through September 2022) … Want a shorter drive? Head to Fort Worth for two art excursions. Kinfolk House presents its summer project, "Congregate" (through July 30), with works from artists Skip Hill, Colby Deal, and Angela Faz. The trio contemplate the feelings of isolation brought on by sheltering in place during the pandemic. At the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, explore a century of photographic representations of Black American experiences, the first presentation of its kind at the museum. "Black Every Day: Photographs from the Carter Collection" juxtaposes historic and contemporary photography with vernacular images highlighting more than 100 years of Black American life represented in the Carter's collection. More than 50 artworks are on view by iconic artists including Roy DeCarava, Dorothea Lange, Deana Lawson, Gordon Parks, James Van Der Zee, and Garry Winogrand (through September 11). Restaurants: The Dallas restaurant landscape continues to sprout new destinations. One that's gaining lots of buzz is Clifton Club, with menu devised by Sonia Mancillas, located next to owner Greg Katz's wildly popular dining spot Beverley's on Fitzhugh … In the Knox neighborhood, foodies will have new destinations this fall: Foxtrot opens in the former Yeti space early fall, and Berkley's Market moves next to Taverna, also this fall. Coming 2023 is The Anchor Bar from Vandelay Hospitality Group (Hudson House, Drake's) … For downtown denizens, a new hot spot is La Stella Cucina Verace, where chef BUZZY BEE Luigi Iannuario offers modern fused with Old World dishes. One of our favorites is Agnolotti Pizzicati made with osso bucco-filled agnolotti, butter, and sage sauce, with veal reduction … Vandelay Hospitality Group has opened Hudson House Las Colinas and opens Brentwood in early July in the former Houston's steakhouse location on Belt Line Road — a new concept that offers new American classics. There are too many other new dining hot spots to list, but we promise a full restaurant roundup in our September issue. Social: Nothing to report for your Smythson day planner. For once, your Buzzy Bee is planning only to toss a pair of Tom Ford floral trousers in a weekend bag for a clambake in East Hampton. See you in September when the charity scene roars back up. Billy Fong The Anchor Bar, coming 2023 Artichoke at La Stella Cucina Verace The Brite House, Marfa KATHY TRAN 24

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