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PaperCity Dallas April 2023

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beverages. The new format will be rolled out to Mizzen+Main's five other brick- and-mortar stores (Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, Tampa, and Oklahoma City) over the next year and a half. Dining: Headington Companies just shared they've reopened one of our favorite go-to's of the past decade in the Knox Neighborhood — The Porch. The renovation, which closed the restaurant in a concert filled with our favorite decade's #1 hit songs, including "The Power of Love," "Time After Time," "Material Girl," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Footloose," and "Addicted to Love." Social: Per usual, our Smythson date books are filled with luncheons, trunk shows, and charity galas. First off, your most swoon worthy frock should make an appearance at the Nasher Prize Gala on Saturday, April 1 … Pull out your favorite Herrera shift dress for Dec My Room's Room to Grow Luncheon at one of our favorite al fresco locations, Neiman Marcus Courtyard at NorthPark Center, on Wednesday, April 5 … Next up on Friday, April 14, gather your thrill-seeking squad for Six Flags Family Night benefiting Children's Health. Hosted by the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas, underwriters have exclusive access to the park's rides and games early … Also on April 14 — if you're the type that can squeeze two events into the same evening — head over to AWARE Affair (the organization dedicated to fighting Alzheimer's since 1989) at Lighthouse Artspace. This year's honorary chairs are Taylor Hearn and Venise and Larry Stuart; event chairs are Lori Bush, Pamela Musgrove, and C'Mone Wingo … If you haven't already scored your tickets, we've heard that the Dallas Museum of Art's Art Ball on Saturday, April 15, is once again a sold-out soirée … For all you Bravo-holics out there, the speaker at the Chick Lit Luncheon, benefiting Community Partners of Dallas, on Friday, April 21, is none other than Lisa Vanderpump. She rules … Also, later that evening, plan on supporting two charities: Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts' Flyinghorse (this year with one of our favorite bons vivants, artist Donald Robertson, as honorary chair and his dear friends Lisa and Wayne Moore as co-chairs) and the Children's Cancer Fund "Light It Up" Gala at the Hilton Anatole. Billy Fong Retail: The biggest news to report in Highland Park Village is Ralph Lauren's move. Cue the Klieg lights as the OG of lifestyle brands has moved into the former Village Theatre. The retro movie marquee now proclaims what is showing is "Ralph Lauren." You'll find men's and women's fashion at the theatre location, as Ralph Lauren Home has moved to the Knox Street neighborhood. Head to 4525 Cole Avenue next door to Black Optical to pick up a hostess gift for one of the slew of spring parties you're attending. … At Legacy West, scope out the unique assortment of the top-emerging brands in Latin America at Neighborhood Goods (through a collaboration with South to North Studio). I f y o u a r e n 't f a m i l i a r, Neighborhood Goods was founded in 2017 as a new type of department store with an ever-changing landscape of brands, stories, and events. The Neighborhood Goods X Latin American Edit pop- up allows customers to score unique clothing, shoes, accessories, and home decor all celebrating creative culture, women entrepreneurs, and diversity. Participating designers include Ura and Relicario from Colombia and others from Venezuela and Mexico. Be sure to make your way up to this Plano destination for luxury labels before May 2, when the pop-up ends … Finally, next time you're in West Village, check out the newly reimagined Mizzen+Main. The Dallas-based menswear company, founded in 2012, by Southern Methodist University grad Kevin Lavelle, has amassed a cult-like following of men (including sports celebs Mark Cuban and Phil Mickelson). The store recently reopened as a more immersive concept shop, designed in collaboration with Boston-based architecture firm Bergmeyer, and is the first physical representation of the brand's new look. There is no standard point of sale— shoppers can check out anywhere with an employee. Instead, it's a more lounge- like experience with plenty of seating and OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. January, brings a vibrant new energy with reimagined interiors and exterior including a "beer garden" with pergola and porch swing, and a year-round air-conditioned and heated patio. (And as always — it's canine-friendly, too!) 1980s: We knew this category might intrigue you (sort of like when we had "Sports" in February to share news around Venus Williams and The Dallas Open). We're planning to head to the Meyerson Symphony Center one night from April 14-16 for "Back to the '80s." The Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs Buzz Y O U R E V E R - B U Z Z Y PA P E R C I T Y B E E H A S LOTS TO REPORT THIS MONTH. HE'S GOT THE SWEET SCOOP ON WHAT'S PREMIERING IN DALLAS AND WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OUR FAVORITE HAUNTS. IF YOU SEE HIM AND HAVE SOME NEWS, BE SURE TO SHARE. Andrea Gomez shoes at the Neighborhood Goods X Latin American Edit 20

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