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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 26 T h i s y e a r ' s Baselworld — t h e w o r l d ' s preeminent watch t r a d e s h o w — exhibited quite a few beauties from Harry Winston. For the collection, t h e h o u s e o f W i n s t o n paid homage to New York City, resulting in a moody and metropolitan series of timekeepers with dashes of Deco. A prime example: The Midnight Diamond Drops Automatic drips with diamonds against a backdrop of Harry Winston signature blue. At the Harry Winston boutique. Anne Lee Phillips BY WAY OF BASEL Retail RAP L u x u r y e y e w e a r Oliver Peoples opens its first Houston location i n R i v e r O a k s District this fall. Peoples joins ROD newcomers Baccarat, which opens this month, and contemporary designer Theory, opening May 2018 … Interiors and antiques destination MAI relocates to Houston Design Center at 7026 Old Katy Road this fall … Look for Caroline Matthews' signature handmade guayaberas at Dos Carolinas' fi rst Houston boutique and studio at 2503 River Oaks Blvd., in Lamar Shopping Center, neighboring Abientot, Sid and Ann Mashburn, and Mariquita Masterson. Preppy heaven! … Retail design hamlet Moxie is in the final stages of a massive year-long renovation, reimagining and offi cially connecting its two shops on West Alabama. Anticipating completion this month, owners Dennis Brackeen, Linda Chan, and Jenna McPhail have revamped the space to house 8,000 square feet of antiques, vintage fi nds, Liz Marsh lamps, custom furniture, all manner of accessories and pillows, Fine Paints of Europe and C2 paints, and design inspiration galore. More in the October issue … Chicago- based fi tness studio Spenga opens its fi rst Houston location later this year at 307 Westheimer. The boutique gym is known for hour-long, high-intensity interval training sessions. Jailyn Marcel I t's all about the thrill of the hunt when Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show returns Friday through Sunday, September 15 through 17, to Silver Street Studios in the Washington Avenue Arts District. Show producer Dolphin Promotions is best known for organizing the acclaimed Palm Springs Modernism enterprise. With a pedigree rooted in the original Houston Antiques Dealers Association — where Miss Hogg and the Mastersons sleuthed treasures for Bayou Bend and Rienzi — the reborn HAADS spans centuries and continents. This fall's show welcomes 60 dealers from across America, joined by a selection of European and South American notables. Peruse distinguished estate jewelry and watches (a must is Tenenbaum Jewelers), antique rugs (Atlanta Fine Rugs shows antique Oriental carpets in vignettes brimming with continental furniture and decorative art), PAST PERFECT: THE ART OF ANTIQUING Harry Winston Midnight Diamond Drops white-gold timepiece, $24,500 September 15 – 16, 11 am – 6 pm; Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm, at Silver Street Studios, 2000 Edwards St.; $10 admission, good all weekend; parking gratis; houstonantiquesartdesign. com. Catherine D. Anspon sterling silver (Buenos Aires-based Dorian Frank specializes in Art Nouveau and Jugendstil examples), pottery, porcelain, lighting, prints (coveted botanicals from returning Panamanian exhibitor Really Good), paintings, bronzes, vintage clothing and accessories, and intriguing smalls such as the frolicking ceramic animals (like something Tony Duquette would have collected) from Pascoe & Company of Miami. Don't miss taxidermy insects and serpents by American master Christopher Marley at House of Whitley, in from Florida, which also brings refurbished World War II-era telescopes, and fossil panels millions of years old. And the booths of impeccable Houston purveyors David Lackey Antiques & Art and Antiques of River Oaks are always show favorites. Friday – Saturday, Pascoe & Company at Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show Luury PROPERTIES. Utm DISCRETION. M E C O M P R O P E R T I E S . C O M | 7 13 . 5 5 8 . 3 3 18 M A R Y E L I Z A B E T H . H A H N F E L D @ S O T H E B Y S H O M E S . C O M

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