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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. A t the nucleus of Dolce & G a b b a n a 's n e w f i n e jewelry collection is the sacred heart, an iconic symbol for the brand and an emblem of unconditional love. Each 18K yellow- or white- gold piece in the Devotion collection pays tribute to the elegance of the sacred heart, with baroque-style diamonds and bows inspired by the Bourbon restoration The Heart of the Matter I f your New Year's resolution includes getting more sleep, Peacock Alley can probably help with that. The homegrown linens brand, which celebrated its 50 year anniversary last fall, kicks off 2024 with a new flagship showroom, set to open at the end of January in Uptown and roomy enough to keep everything essential to a good night's snooze in ample stock. Located in a charming 100-year-old bungalow on Fairmount Street, the new store replaces its former location in the Dallas Design District. Light-drenched and airy, the two-story building will carry the full array of Peacock Alley goods including mattresses, custom bedding, and sheeting in cotton, sateen, and linen. Pillows, duvets, and mattress toppers are available in down and down alternatives. Also look for bath towels, robes, accessories, candles, linen wash, and books, along with custom beds, side tables, and chairs, plus lighting and artwork courtesy of Blue Print next door. Peacock Alley was founded in 1973 by Mary Ella Gabler, whose sons, Jason Needleman and Josh Needleman, have joined the business. "When we first saw this space, we knew it was perfect," says Jason, the company's CEO. "It feels like coming home — the house is filled with natural light which allows us to showcase our products at their best. Our bedding will be displayed in actual bedrooms, and our bath collection shown in a true bath setting," with bath fixtures supplied by Sheryl Wagner International. While there's a new generation at the helm, Peacock Alley's linens and bedding are still woven at mills in Italy and Portugal, and artisans in their Dallas workroom continue to hand-cut, sew, and embroider many of its pieces. Peacock Alley, 2711 Fairmount St., Rebecca Sherman in 19th-century France. Just in time for Valentine's Day. Devotion Fine Jewellery Collection, at Caitlin Hsu Snooze News F or those who can't get enough Louis Vuitton, you're in luck: The Dallas boutique is doubling in size, with a new expansion and renovation. Located in Galleria Dallas, the venerable brand's Texas-sized update includes a suite of Vuitton's métiers, including men's and women's ready-to-wear, jewelry, leather goods, shoes, fragrances, accessories, travel goods, and watches. Expect the usual Vuitton touches: a facade with a custom-built polished "flower blade" signifying the House's signature monogram flower and curated furniture and art, including original artwork by house favorite Isadora Caparo. See. Touch. Feel. Vuitton! Steven Hempel Bigger Really is Better Louis Vuitton Men Spring 2024 Peacock Alley's new flagship showroom in Uptown Louis Vuitton Galleria 32

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