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March 2017 - Dallas

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49 Moschino crepe jacket with paper-doll attachments $2,095, trompe l'oeil printed T-shirt $220, matching skirt on stretch satin $1,075, and heel $525, all at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tootsies. Andy Wolf sun- glasses $350, at Spectacles on Montrose, R omantic artist colonies have for centuries blossomed in times of artistic uncertainty, as nonpolitical havens for refueling of creative energy. Early-20th-century colonies — Yaddo, Bloomsbury, Ox-Bow, Provincetown, MacDowell, and Woodstock — advanced the philosophy of the ideal society through intellectual exchanges. Texas painter Salle Werner- Vaughn's artist compound, Harmonium, shares the same epoch in history. PHOTOGRAPHY TONY SOLIS. ART DIRECTION MICHELLE AVIÑA. STYLIST DOUG VOISIN FOR INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AGENCY. MODEL ABBY BUSH FOR WALLFLOWER MANAGEMENT. ASSISTANT STYLIST NICHOLE FALLIS. HAIR CHAD LANDRY. MAKEUP JO FRANCO. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT MEGHAN WEST. WORLDS APART PHOTOGRAPHED AT HARMONIUM, THE ARTIST COMPOUND OF TEXAS PAINTER SALLE WERNER-VAUGHN.

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