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January 2015 - Dallas

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B uDhaGirl's signature wrist wraps embody the jewelry line's motto: mindful glamour. Both spiritual and chic, the shagreen bracelets marry bright turquoise, pink and orange, or classic black, ivory and taupe, with magnets so you can switch out the gold-plated brass end-cap designs (angel wings, Buddha, lotus and hearts, all sparkling with crystals). Founder Jessica Jesse loves a black-and-taupe combo — "I especially like them over a black turtleneck so they lie on top of the sleeve," she says. Wrist wraps $220, end caps $110 to $150, at Linden Wilson The Roast is Ready: Ring it all in with a wild roast at CentralTrak, a group exhibit devoted to the provocative purveyors of the odd, fabulous and weird, as well as kings of a Bloomsbury-meets-freak-show decor. In other words, we are talking about Oak Cliff's very own Chuck and George. CT director Heyd Fontenot is the ringleader for this raucous exhibition that invites area talents to weigh in on C and G, while also restaging some of the pair's greatest hits in terms of interior design (opening January 17; watch for the wacky Valentine party Friday, February 13). Best of Show: As we gear up for year seven of the Dallas Art Fair, here's an accolade to its co-founder. Chris Byrne has had the extraordinary honor of being recognized independently by New York Magazine (none other than critic Jerry Saltz) and The Huffington Post for the exhibition he curated for Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, on visionary artist Susan Te Kahurangi King's drawings. Gallery Goings: We've heard rumors of a Design District dealer on the way to a new location and an increasing profile, but we'll have to wait to next month to reveal more. For other buzz, reviews and profiles and our new Curators and Collectors series, navigate Have you read what the DMA's Jeffrey Grove has to say? And our exclusive interview with Erin Cluley on what role John Waters played in her new art space? Catherine D. Anspon PaperCity Ad – February 2014 Trim Size: 6.21" x 6.21" Client: Mathews Nichols Group PaperCity Ad – February 2014 Trim Size: 4.375" x 4.375" Client: Mathews Nichols Group m a t h e w s - n i c h o l s . c o m 2 1 4 . 3 5 0 . 0 7 1 1 T h e n u m b e r o n e r e s i d e n T i a l r e a l e s T a T e T e a m i n d a l l a s. Art Notes Scott McDaniel's take on the Chuck and George show coming to CentralTrak "Honey Bee" … "Boys 'Round Here" … "OMG" … "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love" … Those are just a few of the chart-topping hits from megastars Blake Shelton and Usher, who will bring their guitars and dancing shoes to town Friday, February 6, for the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas' Unite Forever Gala. The evening serves as the grand finale for the year- long 90th anniversary celebration of the nonprofit, which has improved lives since 1924 via its mission that everyone in Dallas deserves a quality education, a stable income and good health — the building blocks of strong families and thriving communities. Chairing the 90th anniversary are Troy Aikman and Charlotte Anderson, who will welcome guests to AT&T Stadium alongside gala chairs Lenise and Randall Stephenson, Karen and Tom Falk, and Mary and Rich Templeton. Honorary chairs include philanthropic heavyweights Ebby Halliday Acers, Ruth Altshuler, Lyda Hill, Sally and Forrest Hoglund, Caroline Rose Hunt, Margot and Ross Perot, Marianne and Roger Staubach, and President George W. Bush and Laura Bush. For sponsorship information, visit Read our chat with United Way of Metropolitan Dallas president and CEO Jennifer Sampson at Jane Rozelle A Salute to BOB Robert Wilson has certainly made an indelible impact on the community throughout the years. As one of KERA's first chief executive officers, Wilson paved the way in public broadcasting. He is also father to three Hollywood celebs and married to famed photographer, Laura Wilson. It is without a doubt time to honor this Dallas fixture. The Aging Mind Foundation will host Living with Bob: A Salute to Robert A. Wilson, at The Joule Hotel Saturday, February 21. Chairs Laree Hulshoff, Barbara Daseke, and Barbara Buzzell invite patrons to an evening filled with a fabulous feast, cocktails, conversation and even a celeb sighting — his son, Owen Wilson — who will be there in support of the honoree. Hat's off to you, Bob! Tickets from $650, at Jane Rozelle HOT TICKETS United We Stand Discover the intricate history of avant-garde Japanese fashion and examine extraordinary garments and accessories during a special symposium at the Crow Collection of Asian Art Saturday, January 31. As part of the Mary Baskett Collection of Japanese Fashion, on display at the Crow through February 22, experts on Japanese raiment will chat about aesthetics, the modern kimono and the future of innovative style in Japan. Participants include Akiko Fukai, director and chief curator of the Kyoto Costume Institute; Patricia Mears from The Museum at FIT; and Dallas-based designers Dora Yim, Mai Pham and Jerry Matthews, who will all explore the influence of Japanese designs from the 1970s and 1980s, when post-modern clothing and silhouettes were first recognized as true art. 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, January 31; tickets $40 for public, $20 for Friends of the Crow Collection; reservations Linden Wilson BEYOND the Kimono Martone Cycling Co. founder Lorenzo Martone studied luxury brand management in Paris — and, boy does it show. Driven by fashion and design, these NYC-made bikes are for style-obsessed city dwellers like us. Each has an iconic red chain, attached basket, and duomatic gear system that automatically adjusts and changes gears based on your speed — it's the only bike to have this system. Pedal away on the gold special- edition for $1,700. At Forty Five Ten, Rebecca Sherman Style MY RIDE Martone Cycling Co. Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2000/2001 Blake Shelton Rei Kawakubo Fall/Winter 2005/2006 Slap on the WRIST

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