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Drake Drake's new ranch, The Inn at Dos Brisas, Chappell Hill FIELDS DRAKE'S FASHION IN THE T he Round Top fashion set will salute the sartorial side of the Spring 2024 Antiques & Design Show again this season. The Dirty Bohemian & The Crown Bar 4th Biannual Western Vintage Fashion Show is set for Thursday, March 21, at Festival Hill. Stay tuned to @ dirtybohemian on Instagram for updates about the show, which will feature new creations by owner Beth Weishuhn and vintage and reimagined pieces by Round Top clothing collectors and designers … Pixie and the Moon presents the Bandits and Bandoliers, A Vintage Western Fashion Show at The 303 Friday, March 22, at 7:30 pm, featuring owner Marisela Flores' collection of fine vintage western wear, boots, and accessories … The 303 venue also hosts the Rodeo Runway Fashion Show Wednesday, March 27, at 7:30 pm. Models will strut the wooden deck runway in vintage and reimagined pieces from vendors Worn & Weathered, Bombshell Betty, and more … Also on Wednesday, March 27, is the Round Top Red Carpet Fashion Show by The 550 Market, featuring luxury and vintage couture clothing and accessories. The event, held inside the historic Round Top Dance Hall, is accompanied by a live music performance by The Brown Sugar Band at 7 pm. VIP tickets include access to the adjacent speakeasy, The Mark, priority seating, and drink specials. Candice Cowin D rake is one of the music industry's living icons — an artist whose singular name conveys it all. With five Grammys and 55 Grammy nominations, the Internet- busting, outspoken rapper is often a hot topic. Rumors flew this fall about his acquisition of a prime piece of Washington County ranch property near Round Top, our favorite antiques-and-design destination. We emailed a realtor in the know for deets — Tonya Currie, Lifestyle Ranch & Home Group, Compass. Currie, who served as listing agent, confirmed the deal. On October 20, 2023, Drake closed for $15 million on The Inn at Dos Brisas in Chappell Hill, a celebrated retreat previously owned by Jennifer and Doug Bosch. PaperCity society editor Shelby Hodge wrote about the Relais & Châteaux property, which at its height was the only Forbes five-star restaurant in all of Texas. A video posted to Drake's Instagram (champagnepapi) shows him checking out his new ranch in his whip (golf cart for this outing); the rapper says, "We've done gone country on you all." Stay tuned. Maybe Drake will get jiggy at Festival Hill. Catherine D. Anspon NEW CRIB IN THE HILL COUNTRY (Continued) Marla Hurley at The 550 Market's Red Carpet Fashion Show CHARITO YAP D espite the minimalist exhibition title, "William Anzalone — New Work" is a maximal event at Red & White Gallery in Fayetteville. It's a solo for one of Texas' most formidable landscape painters, a retired University of Houston art professor who has called Fayette County home since he and his late wife, Louise, moved there more than 35 years ago. Round Top and the surrounding countryside's gently rolling terrain and bucolic fields are his version of Monet's haystacks; he's captured them throughout the seasons, at many times of day. Turning 89 this year, Anzalone is arguably at the height of his powers, letting his pigment dissolve into a skein of light and color upon canvas. For more than half a century, he was represented by blue-chip American art dealer Meredith Long & Company, where his annual Houston exhibitions were met with acclaim and brisk sales. Now Anzalone is exclusively represented by Joan and Jerry Herring's Red & White Gallery. Opening Saturday, March 2, artist reception, 4 to 7 pm, at Red & White Gallery, 102 W. Main St. on the historic Square, Fayetteville; through April 13,, redandwhitegalleryonline. com. Catherine D. Anspon LANDSCAPE MASTER AT RED & WHITE William Anzalone's Louise's Legacy #40, 2024, at Red & White Gallery, Fayetteville 93

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