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internationally," he said. "Everyone is looking to Paris for new directions in design. Here, ultra-luxury and invention are in our DNA. It's great to see American designers inspired by Paris again." New niche and boutique to-the-trade- only lines offered inspiring new looks, while established companies reaffirmed fresh ideas with new furniture collections. Paint companies such as Little Greene are producing fabrics; wallcovering firms are delving into embroidered textiles. The recent lull gave designers free time for experimentation, mastery of emerging AI tech, and reinvention of classics. James Malone brought his sunny Mediterranean prints from his headquarters in Málaga. Based in Venice and Ireland, Sabina Fay Braxton flaunted her iridescent burnished chenille, luminous gilded velvet, and ethereal Poèmes de Soie printed silks with an ancient patinated look. On Friday night, 900 international revelers gathered for the American Party in Paris ball, hosted by 11 U.S. design showrooms in the gilded historic glory of the Hotel de Ville. Onward to next January and the 2024 Déco Off. This year was a triumph. A Highlight of Design Week: Italian Linens, Couture Level Designer Timothy Corrigan launched his gorgeous new bed and table linens for DEA with a dazzling party at his lavish apartment in the 16th arrondissement. With embroidery, jacquards, delicate prints, and finest cottons, they will be available in late spring at Casa di Lino and Linen Boutique in Dallas, Longoria Collection in Houston and online at Word of Mouth When in Paris: How to Lunch Now Takeout is the newest Paris fashion — and Ritz Paris hotel pastry chef François Perret and his chic, modern new café were the buzz at Déco Off. Le Comptoir (on rue Cambon, opposite Chanel) offers the ritziest French classic pastries, cakes, and sandwiches to go. Perret's lavish mille-feuille ham and truffle sandwiches, marble cakes, and sexy sugar-coated giant madeleines, along with chicken Caesar sandwiches, can be ordered online to go. Lobster sandwiches and caramel/crème mille-feuilles are now the Chanel girls' favorite lunch. They order online, dash across rue Cambon to pick up, and dine in luxury at their desks or at a table in the nearby Tuileries gardens. TEXAS FAMILY-OWNED AND MANAGED • INDEPENDENT LIVING • ASSISTED LIVING MEMORY CARE www.THETRADITION.COM THE TRADITION–PRESTONWOOD 15250 Prestonwood Blvd., Dallas, TX 75248 Independent Living (972) 388-1144 Assisted Living & Memory Care (972) 661-1880 THE TRADITION–LOVERS LANE 5850 East Lovers Lane, Dallas, TX 75206 Independent Living (214) 361-2211 Assisted Living & Memory Care (214) 361-2219 Oftentimes when I am talking with residents they say to me, "I wish that I had moved here a long time ago." Also, they remark on the many meaningful friendships they have developed. Studies show companionship is vital to all of us; it makes for a thriving and healthy lifetime. If you are starting your search for luxury, rental retirement living, you'll love our beautiful Communities and all the extraordinary services, amenities, activities, and new friendships that our residents enjoy. Maintaining an engaged and independent lifestyle is easy when you are close to the city's most desirable neighborhoods and near to all that is familiar. Start enjoying your to-do list in warm, enriching, surroundings, and take advantage of our many educational and social events as well as outings to cultural venues, popular restaurants, and special area attractions. I hope that you consider a new of way living and join us at The Tradition. Please make an appointment to tour our spacious model units, meet residents firsthand and learn more. I look forward to welcoming you home! Founder & CEO The Tradition THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP OPENING APRIL 2023 THE TRADITION–CLEARFORK Independent Living - Assisted Living - Memory Care 5755 Clearfork Main, Fort Worth, TX 76109 (817) 484-6602

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