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PaperCity Dallas March 2023

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14 JENNINGS ROSS M e a c u l p a , J a v i e r Burkle and the team at Burkle Creative. I n o u r J a n u a r y / February 2023 issue, we mistakenly credited another design firm for a photograph on the opening page of the feature article "The 2022 Dallas — Fort Worth PaperCity Design Awards Winning Entries." Thankfully, through no fault of ours, Burkle Creative was credited correctly on the page featuring his winning project: Singular Space — Children's Room. Congratulations, Javier Burkle! T ake our word for it: Run, don't walk to Noel Pittman's new Inwood Village pop-up design shop. Open through May 31, the stylish 1,400-square-foot space offers antiques and discoveries from Italy, Morocco, Spain, and across the U.S. including flat-weave rugs from Morocco and India, ceramics from Sicily, custom seating and throw pillows of her own design. "I created a space that feels the way I want a room in my house to feel, but everything happens to be for sale," Pittman says. "I love things very layered — patterns mixed with prints, and lots of textures like sisal layered with rugs, along with comfortable custom upholstery. I think of it as an eclectic global take on traditional." A fresh face on Dallas' interior design scene, Pittman relocated from Los Angeles last year and hit the ground running with a charming laundry room at Kips Bay Decorator's Show House Dallas. This year MEA CULPA Y our ever-buzzy PaperCity bee has lots to report this month. He's got the sweet scoop on what's happening at our favorite haunts as we plunge into the year. If you see him and have some news, be sure to share. Retail: Moncler, the outdoor brand with a cult following sets up shop in Highland Park Village this month next to Dior. See page 22 for the scoop. Also at our beloved Village, check out the HerStory x Mignonne Gavigan Cosmic Cowgirl Collection, a dazzling assortment of jewelry at Miron Crosby (and supportherstory. com). And don't miss the annual Spring Shopping Stroll on Saturday, April 1, for gifts with purchase, festive sips and bites, and more … Over at NorthPark Center, Bottega Veneta has reopened on Level One between Neiman Marcus and Dillard's after a stunning refresh. Lots of new retailers are opening soon — fragrance icon Creed, whose legion of fans date back 260 years, includes royals who often commissioned their own scents: Queen Victoria (Fleurs de Bulgarie), Empress Eugenie of France (Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie), and Spain's Queen Maria Cristina (Vanisia) … Want to show your love for Dallas? Head to the Hotel Shop at The Joule for the debut of T-shirts and accessories sporting chic city maps and adulation for artist Tony Tasset's iconic 30-foot Eye sculpture, which peers from the lawn next to Forty Five Ten. Travel: All you carnivores out there, start making plans to head to Perini Ranch Steakhouse in Buffalo Gap (population 549), as it celebrates a milestone: 40 years of serving mouthwatering steaks. Most of the festivities and launches — including a podcast that celebrates the rich history of West Texas, a food truck (aka chuckwagon), an outdoor art experience, and new art book — takes place in April and May, so book your trip now. Social: If Dry January was a struggle but Tipsy February was a little too bubbly, then rest assured that the social calendar isn't too jam-packed this month. (April, however, is another matter completely). First out of the gate is our beloved Jewel Charity Ball at the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth on Saturday, March 4. This is one of the most glamorous evenings of the year. We always head over for a staycation at a boutique hotel in our sister city … CancerBlows raises much-needed funds for UT Southwestern Medical Center and Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. This year's event on Thursday, March 9, showcases the talents of brass musicians including 10-time Grammy winner Arturo Sandoval. Diane and Hal Brierley and Nancy Nasher and David Haemissegger are honorary chairs … The month ends with the beginning of Nasher Prize weekend on Friday, March 31. Expect engaging art programs and a gala dinner on Saturday, April 1. Billy Fong BUZZ is shaping up to be even more exciting. In February, Veranda featured her elegant 1920s house in L.A.'s historic Hancock Park, with a client's project to be published in an upcoming issue of Southern Living. The pop-up is icing on the cake. After college at USC, she launched a career in fashion, working for J. Crew and Gilt Groupe. "My interest in design evolved while I was in New York," she says. "I was constantly reading interior design blogs." After receiving her master's in design at Pratt, she returned to L.A. to work with her mother, interior designer Renvy Graves Pittman. When a close friend bought a house in Greenway Parks and hired her to help with the interiors, Pittman traveled regularly to Dallas. "I really love the people here and how much they care about their homes — I decided to go for it, and here I am," she says. Noel Pittman pop-up, 5350 W. Lovers Lane, Unit 127, Inwood Village, Rebecca Sherman A NEW FACE IN DESIGN: NOEL PITTMAN Javier Burkle's winning Children's Room entry Noel Pittman's pop-up shop 24

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