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November 2014 - Dallas

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in this ISSUE NOVEMBER 2014 | STYLE | FASHION | SOCIAL 4, 6, 8 POP. CULTURE. GOSSIP. M ario Testino came, conquered and departed Dallas, leaving behind a slew of gushing admirers — yours truly included (page 10)! From one man to many, this issue has a strong focus on men, both near and far: French conceptual artist Loris Gréaud arrives at the Dallas Contemporary in January — unbeknownst to most of the country, 'tis quite the coup! Monsieur Gréaud, an international genius, debuts his first stateside exhibition in Dallas, following success at Palais de Tokyo in Paris and the Venice Biennale. He is also the only artist to show simultaneously at the Louvre Museum and Centre de Pompidou. Now, if that doesn't whet your artful appetite, then enjoy our exclusive story, "Coup d'Etat Loris Gréaud." Read our chats with fashion designer Greg Lauren and footwear designer Paul Andrew. A little closer to home, Dallas entrepreneur Kevin Lavelle of Mizzen+Main divulges details on building his unique menswear label, and Grange Hall's owners, Rajan Patel and Jeffrey Lee, invite us to explore their recent renovation. In need of some home comforts? The owners of Proof + Pantry restaurant, Michael Martensen and Sal Jafar II, can certainly fix that. And, if you're designing your abode, take inspiration from the homes of interior designers Brant McFarlain, Joshua Rice, and Rob Dailey. Peruse our fashion story "Mind Games" and read about these creative duos: Chad Solomon and Christy Pope of The Joule's recently opened bar and lounge Midnight Rambler, and foodie/art darlings Robyn and Michael Siegel of Green House Market, who share both their home and business inspirations. The first three weeks of November are not for the faint-hearted. Social season continues in full effect, with too many parties, galas et. al, to mention, so visit our social calendar for the full scoop, on page 14. But, our biggest news for November is the relaunch of We've been busily curating a site that's as stylish as our print pages, yet unique as our brand integrity. Join Kate Stukenberg, executive editor of fashion and digital, and the web team for our launch mid-month (#WhereStyleClicks). Max Trowbridge Dallas Editor in Chief 12 Party: Eiseman Jewels' 50th anniversary fête Parties: DSO's AT&T Gala; DMA's An Affair of the Art 14 Style: Adilova Loves … Rosie Assoulin Social Datebook: This month's top charitable dates 10 Party: Mario Testino takes the town LOC TRUONG 20 Style: Big, bold jewels 19 Design: In the footsteps of designer Paul Andrew Design: Captivating Greg Lauren COURTESY FRANCOIS PINAULT, LORIS GRÉAUD/ GRÉAUDSTUDIO. PHOTO ORCH ORSENIGO_CHEMOLLO. 26 22 Style: Mizzen+Main's main man Parties: Harvest for North Texas Food Bank; Trinity River Mission's Mission Olé 33 40 36 Decoration: What's new in the design whirl Art: The Dallas Contemporary's coup: artist Loris Gréaud 42 46 49 Design: The stunning re-visualized Grange Hall Design: At home with designers Brant McFarlain, Joshua Rice and Rob Dailey Design: Midnight Rambler at The Joule — straight up Style: Our obsession with Loulou de la Falaise 52 Dining: The well-crafted Proof + Pantry Fashion: Men's fall suits of armor Max Trowbridge and Mario Testino PC House + Art Famed Japanese eatery Uchi from Austin has announced plans to open its fourth restaurant late this year or early 2015 at 2817 Maple Avenue in the Arts Center. Look forward to signature Japanese menu offerings from award-winning chef Tyson Cole, including hot and cool tastings, makimono, yakimono, tempura and scrumptious sushi and sashimi. THIS JUST IN … O ne of Texas' most vital nonprofits is hitting double decades. Coming in December, watch for our exclusive look back at 20 years of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary's raucous, artist- and collector-fueled history. Meanwhile, be there Saturday, November 8, when the second part of the exhibition "MAC@20" is unveiled, rolling out headliners from Rusty Scruby to Helen Altman and including Hunting Art Prize winner Michael Bise — all have solo-ed from 2005 to 2013 at this game-changing space (through December 20). PaperCity is media sponsor for opening night, as well as the upcoming splendors of Blue Yule (see our Social Datebook, page 14). More big news: Watch for this art space's new home, come mid-2015; one option being considered is the Cedars. Watch these pages for updates. Catherine D. Anspon XX FOR THE MAC 54 Style: Robyn and Michael Siegel: food + art C ome January, the entire building of the Dallas Contemporary will be captivated with an ambitious multimedia installation covering 26,000 square feet of gallery space by French conceptual artist Loris Gréaud. Honored earlier this year with a Chevalier de L'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, Gréaud has also received the Ricard S.A. Award, for the most innovative artist under 40 years of age in France. Intrigued to learn more about this invasion française? Join the exhibition host committee — Joyce Goss, Kenny Goss, Karla McKinley, Shelby Wagner, Muffin Lemak and PaperCity's Dallas editor in chief Max Trowbridge — for a cocktail reception Friday, November 7, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, with a presentation at 7:30 pm, at The Goss Michael Foundation. RSVP a must, or call 214.821.2522. THE WORLD Loris Gréaud I t will be a fashionable fête at his eponymous Knox Street boutique Saturday, November 15, when Steven Alan celebrates 20 years of retail, stocking collections for men, women and kids, from coveted designers such as Martin Margiela, Acne Studios, Marant, and Band of Outsiders, as well as his own collection; apothecary, home goods, even cool bikes. The world of Steven Alan is on a coast-to-coast, eight-city tour, and the Dallas soirée brings to town Alan himself, accessories designer Clare Vivier and Michael Williams, founder of well-read menswear blog, A Continuous Lean. Limited-edition items designed by Alan, as well as timepieces from Shinola, will be exclusive to the Dallas event. Preview Shinola's new limited-edition Black Blizzard timepiece ($1,500), launching this month, and put your stamp on any Shinola leather-goods purchase with complimentary monogramming. Host for the afternoon is Williams, such a longtime admirer of Alan's clothes that the two collaborated on a 2010 oxford shirt, Steven Alan for ACL & Co. Saturday, November 15, 2 to 4 pm, at Steven Alan, 3205 Knox St., 214.306.4849, Linden Wilson Cheers to Shinola limited- edition Black Blizzard $1,500 Loris Gréaud's Cellar Door (Once Is Always Twice), 2009, at ICA, London Loris Gréaud's Gunpowder Forest Bubble, 2008, at Palazzo Grassi, Venice Steven Alan Fall/Winter 2014 Steven Alan Fall/Winter 2014 COURTESY LORIS GRÉAUD/GRÉAUDSTUDIO of 20 Years Michael Bise's Mom and Dad, 2011, at The MAC

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