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S usanna Moldawer's new online vintage and antiques store, Window Shop, now has a brick-and-mortar companion. Located on West Alabama in Hollywood Square, the 1,000-square-foot store showcases her highly personal selection of inventory that spans periods and styles from Louis XVI to 1970s modern. "Even though I think people are used to buying online, when it comes to things for their home, I do think they like to see them in person," she says. A former design editor and stylist for Veranda and House Beautiful, Moldawer shops area estate sales as well as flea markets in Europe for furniture and objects, having inherited a love of interiors from her mother, well-known Dallas designer Jan Showers. Inventory sells fast but at last glance included such gems as a signed and numbered Swedish Fish vase by Edward Hald for Orrefors The new Window Shop has opened in Hollywood Square WINDOW Dressing and a set of French mid-century sycamore chairs with original upholstery. Moldawer shares the sublime space with Japhet|Bates Collective, a new art consultancy started by interior designers and longtime friends Juli Japhet and Lisa Rowe-Bates. The Collective focuses on works by emerging, mid-career, and established artists who are not well known or represented in the Texas market. The two are hoping to make buying and collecting art a fun, friendly, and elevated experience with art displayed i n M o l d a w e r's g l a m o r o u s residential setting. The first show is a solo with works by L.A. artist Jason Trotter (through the fall). Window Shop, Hollywood Square, 3637 W. Alabama, Suite 120,; japhetbatescollective. com. Rebecca Sherman Art and antiques mingle at Window Shop. Juli Japhet Lisa Rowe-Bates Susanna Moldawer

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