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PaperCity Dallas March 2023

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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. W ho doesn't love a Ti f f a n y b l u e Swoosh. Launching this month is Nike X Tiffany & Co. Air Force 1 1837, celebrating the shoe's 40th anniversary. The sneaker is in black suede with a Tiffany blue Swoosh with co-logo silver details on each heel ($400). Add to the magic with limited- edition, branded sterling-silver dubrae lace locks, shoe horn, shoe brush, and whistle ($250- $475). Sneakers available at Tiffany & Co. stores in NYC and online via Nike's SNKRS app and select Nike stores. Sterling- silver sneaker accouterments available on NiIke X Tiffany & Co., launching March 7. A LEGENDARY PAIR O ur go-to label for all things ski and apres-ski Aspen or Gstaad is coming to Highland Park Village. Scheduled to open this month, Dallas can now call itself a distant cousin of Monestier-de- Clermont, the small village in the mountains near Grenoble where the brand was born in 1952. The bricks-and-mortar outpost in Dallas, the second in Texas, comes in at just over 1,200 square feet, designed with warm wooden boiserie and marble, and is located next door to Dior. Moncler's brilliant Genius collections pair like-minded designers such as JW Anderson, Hyke, Palm Angels with the brand, with each collection seen through the lens of the specific designer. For their 70 th anniversary Moncler asked seven designers to reinterpret the brand's most iconic design, the Maya — Giambattista Valli (plumes), Rick Owens (architectural), Thom Browne (postmodern tailoring), amongst others. If you're done with après-ski wear and are packing for the sunny shores of the Hamptons, you'll find full skirts in tennis white, sweatshirts and board shorts, jaunty visors and bucket hats, as well as poolside ensembles. There are even bright beach towels, should you need to gift the hostess from Montauk. Moncler, 47 Highland Park Village, Billy Fong MONCLER MOVES IN F or those who prefer a more refined workout experience, Dior has you covered. With athleisure wear going mainstream, we're long overdue for the gear we actually use to look just as sharp. Enter Dior's fitness kit. Set in an attractive case and composed of dumbbells and a jump rope, these workout objets are embellished with the Dior Oblique motif, made from Italian leather, and feature brass and fine wood. Sporty and stylish, all that's missing is a little get up and go from you. Find them at dior. com. Steven Hempel DIOR IS BRINGING SEXY BACK F our hundred color-blocked resin chairs — designed as part of a temporary installation by artist and architect Gaetano Pesce — made a splash at Bottega Veneta's Summer 2023 runway show in Milan last fall. Soon after, Pesce and his witty chairs dubbed Come Stai? made an appearance at Design Miami. Now, Bottega Veneta is offering these vivid functional works of art for sale via its website. Each Come Stai? chair is unique, made from cotton canvas dipped in a spectrum of colored resins, some featuring hand drawings. The chairs are Pesce's tribute to cultural diversity — people come in different skin colors, yet we're all basically the same underneath. Come Stai? chairs, $6,500 to $10,900, at Rebecca Sherman CHAIR MAN Nike X Tiffany & Co. launches March 7. Moncler Spring/ Summer 2023 Gaetano Pesce's Come Stai? chair for Bottega Veneta 22

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