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September 2017 - Houston

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156 BY ANNE LEE PHILLIPS I nterior designer Julie Dodson launched Designer Dream Spree last fall, to introduce national designers to the region (where her family has a country home) and its world-class antiques fair. The second Spree kicks off with a keynote panel discussion, "Exceptional Discoveries," at The Compound on Tuesday, September 26, at 3 pm. Style expert Carson Kressley, L.A. interior designer Kathryn Ireland, Atlanta designer Beth Webb, and Found's Aaron Rambo will source antiques from The Compound vendors and muse on each other's choices. Proceeds of the $30 ticket benefit the Gardenia E. DESIGNER DREAM SPREE RETURNS Janssen Animal Shelter. A book signing follows, with Kressley signing Does This Book Make My Butt Look Big?, Ireland signing Kathryn At Home — A Guide to Simple Entertaining, and Webb signing An Eye for Beauty: Rooms that Speak to the Senses. Books will be for sale at the venue. New this year is the Texas Boho Chic Fashion Walk and Champagne BBQ, with Kressley serving as master of ceremonies and Abejas providing fashion, on Thursday, September 28, 6 to 8 pm, at Arbor International Antiques and Interior Design Show. Advance tickets are $100, with a portion benefitting local animal shelters. Carson Kressley Beth Webb Aaron Rambo Julie Dodson Kathryn Ireland

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