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February 2017 - Houston

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TACKLE SHOPPING WITH PaPerCity PLAYBOOK in Hand. The Galleria Spanning more than a million square feet, The Galleria is home to 500 boutiques and restaurants, as well as an ice rink, housing tony retailers Neiman Marcus, an all-new Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami-based boutique The Webster, Christian Louboutin, Céline, Chanel, Orada, John Varvatos, and more. Dining destinations include Hakkasan Groups' Michelin-starred Japanese dim sun Yauatcha (the first in the U.S., opening March), Houston's first Shake Shack, Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse, and Peli Peli. Two Westin hotels also call The Galleria home. 5085 Westheimer Road, River Oaks District Houston's new luxury development — 14 acres of retail and dining space — has its own urban grid, with chic matte-black stop signs to match. Thousands of twinkling lights, outdoor seating areas, and piazzas are cheek-to-cheek with Hermès, Tom Ford, Cartier, Harry Winston, Forty Five Ten, Roberto Cavalli, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana, Van Cleef & Arpels, and more, including restaurants Le Colonial, Taverna, Toulouse Café & Bar, Steak 48 — and the luxe list goes on. NBA star James Harden was seen donning a cowboy hat in his Rolls convertible. 4444 Westheimer Road, Highland Village Shopping Center One of Houston's oldest shopping centers, Highland Village is open air and situated on two sides of 6 The Galleria River Oaks District Highland Village Shopping Center C1-034_h7x70217.indd 6 1/16/17 4:43 PM

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