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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. Retail: For once, things are quiet in the world of luxury boutiques. In Highland Park Village, Balmain recently opened; watch for our coverage of one of their fabulous opening dinners — bold shoulders as far as the eye could spy. Loewe makes its Texas premiere at HPV soon, located between Akris and Veronica Beard … Over at NorthPark Center, a beloved holiday tradition returns: The Trains at NorthPark starts its engines Saturday, November 11 (through January 5). For more than 35 years, this event has delighted Dallas families, all while benefiting R o n a l d M c D o n a l d House … In the West Village Shops, don't miss the Augustinus Bader pop-up (through early January). This leader in high-performance and efficacious skincare — which has a cult-like celebrity following — will be adjacent to Sephora with 1,000 square feet of retail and two treatment rooms … In downtown news, we were over the moon to hear that Mirador — one of our favorite lunch spots with a view, located on the top floor of Forty Five Ten — reopens this month, with chef Travis Wyatt (formerly at Mirador, then at Meridian with Junior Borges) at the helm. The reimagining was helmed by Swoon the Studio (the brilliant design team behind the refresh of The Adolphus and several Auberge properties). So far, we've only been teased by renderings, but we understand that the modern American restaurant will be anchored by a 12-by-15-foot skylight, under which trees and foliage will blossom alongside custom-made furnishings. We'll be there often after a marathon of retail therapy on the floors below, and you'll likely see us at the champagne tea they'll host every Saturday at 2 pm, as we gaze upon the action on downtown's Main Street … Finally, remember that time is running out to use your Partners Card. They raise crucial funds for The Family Place and its mission to support survivors of family violence. One hundred percent of each $75 card purchase directly supports the nonprofit; in turn, shoppers receive a 20 percent discount at 700+ participating retailers and a 10 percent discount at restaurants. The annual promotion ends Sunday, November 5. Social: First off, you'll see us again and again at all the fabulous Texas Design Week Dallas programs and events that end on Friday, November 3, as well as the VIP Opening of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas Thursday, November 2 … There's not enough space here to share all of the other November events (you can access Buzz Y O U R E V E R - B U Z Z Y PAPERCITY BEE HAS 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. our full calendar at but here are a few where you'll definitely find us. On Saturday, November 4, Zoo To Do is always a wild affair; we suggest wearing a Ralph Lauren African safari ensemble as you roam the Dallas Zoo's expansive grounds and catch up with fellow animal lovers … On Sunday, November 5, we'll be at Chefs for Farmers Main Event at Old City Park, returning for its 12th year. It's an afternoon of delectable bites from some of the most popular restaurants, as well as up-and-coming ones, plus vintages from exceptional wineries … On Tuesday, November 7, we'll see you at the Dallas Arboretum for A Writer's Garden Symposium and Luncheon. The annual event benefits the Women's Council of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden and A Woman's Garden. This year's honorary chairs are Ann Barbier- Mueller, her daughter, N i ñ a To l l e t t , a n d daughters-in-law Bridget Barbier-Mueller and Katelyn Barbier-Mueller … Then on Thursday, November 9, the Dallas Contemporary hosts a Q&A with Steven Visneau, author of the newly released book Le Flaneur: Paris. Lucia Simek moderates … Our science nerd alter-egos will come out for Night at the Museum at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science Saturday, November 11. The museum's annual fundraising gala promises to be an extravagant night of exploration and engaging experiences, exquisite food, and cocktails. Longtime Perot Museum supporters Catalina Gonzalez and Santiago Jorba and Elizabeth and Kevin Phillips serve as co-chairs … Finally, don one of your favorite Dior day frocks for the Salvation Army of North Texas' Doing the Most Good Luncheon Thursday, November 16, at the Hilton Anatole. This year's chairs are Lisa Cooley and Lisa Singleton, with honorary chairs Annette Simmons and Amy Simmons Crafton. The event provides needed funds to help the organization combat poverty, addiction, and homelessness all year long. Billy Fong Image from Steven Visneau's Le Flaneur: Paris Rendering of the reimagining of Mirador 40

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