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February 2016 - Houston

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ANNE LEE PHILLIPS CAPTURES A MOMENT IN TIME. PHOTOGRAPHY DANIEL ORTIZ. DE BOULLE IS DE FABULOUS … OPENING NIGHT AT RIVER OAKS DISTRICT D e Boulle, the Dallas-based family-owned jeweler known for its diamonds, estate jewelry and exquisite timepieces, gave horology enthusiasts a big reason to celebrate: de Boulle is home to one of the most extensive collections of Patek Philippe timepieces in North America. Festivities kicked off with a cocktail celebration for 200 in the glittering River Oaks District boutique (designed by international design firm Gensler and its Houston-based designer, Lisa Pope-Westerman), where collectors admired and shopped the exquisite timepieces. An after-party in the appropriately dubbed Patek Philippe lounge was designed by Todd Events, with dinner from A Fare Extraordinaire and dancing to the beats by DJ Lucy Wrubel. A watchmaker from Patek Philippe's elite program demonstrated watchmaking for horophiles and novices alike. Good times: Patek Philippe president Larry Pettinelli, in from New York; de Boulle owners Karen and Denis Boulle, with son Nick Boulle, daughter Emma Boulle, and president Jeff Bartley; River Oaks District's Colin Moussa; as well as Martha Turner and Glen Bauguss, Gracie and Bob Cavnar, Lindley and Jason Arnoldy, Erin Florescu, Karen Payne, Diane Lokey Farb, and Elizabeth Petersen. For more party coverage, visit Brian Kaplan Helen Buzz Tracy Glesby Jim McConn Leonard Buzz Colby Swain Larry Pettinelli Erin Florescu Nick Boulle Taylor Johnson Francine Ballard Rachael Volz Greg Westerman Denis Boulle Karen Boulle Diane Lokey Farb Ceron John McIntyre Jamie Herdocia Martha Turner Glenn Bauguss Natalie Lefevre Chris Papouras Carlos Herdocia Jason Volz Kathryn Swain Genny McIntyre Lisa Pope- Westerman Laura Hogg Gracie Cavnar Bob Cavnar Jeff Bartley Emma Boulle Karen Payne Dr. Jair Soares believes that healing the brain heals the soul as well. In an eff ort to conquer severe mood disorders, Dr. Soares and his team are researching whether certain levels of sustained brain stimulation can provide relief for patients battling treatment-resistant depression. e mind is one of the last frontiers in medicine, another reason our community of experts works tirelessly to solve the greatest health challenges of our time. McGovern Medical School Dr. Soares pioneers therapies for treatment-resistant depression

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