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June 2017 - Dallas

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MATHEWS-NICHOLS.COM ERIN MATHEWS 214.520.8300 • EMATHEWS@ MATHEWS-NICHOLS.COM THE RESIDENT EXPERT OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 16 In last month's , we incorrectly reported that Avant Garden — the fabulous floral shop from event mastermind Todd Fiscus — had closed its Highland Park Village boutique. In fact, Avant Garden remains open in HP Village until early fall, when Fiscus unveils the store's new location in The Shops of Highland Park. Oops! I t's official: MissingQ Press is no longer missing. When a darling letter-pressed bunny arrived in the mail, inviting us to "Have your peeps call our peeps," we rang up MissingQ owner and creative director Jason McDaniel. "I'm so glad to be back in Texas!" he told us. After living in Kansas City for the last few years, McDaniel has brought his luxurious letterpress and engraving biz back to Dallas and opened a chic new West Dallas studio. By appointment only, and with all production handled on site, MissingQ's new digs are a departure from his former retail boutique in McKinney. While the same beloved MissingQ services are offered — graphic design, custom invitations and stationery, monogramming, letterpress printing, and engraving — the space will now play host to private Letterpress Parties, where one can sip champagne and customize one's own calling cards, tags, coasters, and more. McDaniel is also designing new boxes for his Bespoke Stationery collection. "I'm hoping people will want to collect them, like they do the Ladurée macarons boxes," he says. He's also collaborating with Ellis Hill on a range of soon- to-debut invitations and products exclusively for the tony Highland Park Village boutique. MissingQ Press, 9978 Monroe, Christina Geyer PRESSED and PERFECT T he stagecoach emblem has been synonymous with covetable leather goods since 1941, when Coach launched as a family-run business in New York City. After 76 years, the brand is experiencing quite the renaissance, with a renewed focus on history and craftsmanship. The Coach boutique in NorthPark Center reopens Friday, June 23, in a roomier location on the first floor, adjacent to Kate Spade. The store will stock handbags, accessories, women's ready-to-wear, travel, and gift collections, as well as a selection of men's ready-to-wear and shoes. A craftsmanship bar — the brainchild of Coach creative director Stuart Vevers — will offer monogramming, customization, and leather care, making it the perfect place to stamp your initials on the new Bandit bag. Dallas native Arthur Peña exhibits two artworks in the boutique; a larger exhibition of Peña's work, presented by Coach, goes on view near the store Wednesday, June 7 (through Sunday, June 25). To celebrate the collaboration, Dallas Contemporary director of exhibitions and senior curator Justine Ludwig chats with Peña during a conversation open to the public in the hall outside the store in NorthPark Center on Monday, June 12, 6:30 pm. Coach, NorthPark Center, Linden Wilson Coach's ARTFUL ELEVATION The Bandit bag from Coach

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