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September 2017 - Dallas

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designer Majoral offers gold- wrapped, Mediterranean- i n s p i r e d b r a c e l e t s . O n the home front, Fowler f o c u s e s o n o b j e c t s h e s p o t t e d a t Maison & Objet in Paris, including vibrant Yves Klein-blue bookends created by Athens–based Sophia. Local artist Kat Cole creates custom Memphis Style- inspired cloisonné bowls for the store, and there are oversized mouth-blown glass decanters from Portland, Oregon–based Esque Studio. Tomes on art, fashion, and design will appeal to bookish collectors. "I'll have an edited selection and only what's the most au courant," Fowler says. He is particularly excited about a new Taschen letterpress rendition of author James Baldwin's masterful work about race relations in the 1960s. This version of The Fire Next Time packs added poignancy, illustrated by more than 100 photographs made by Steve Schapiro, who traveled through the American south with Baldwin on assignment for Life magazine during the height of the civil rights movement. "The Nasher has the most current ideas in sculpture," he says. "So why not in the store?" The Nasher Store, 2001 Flora St., 214.242.5110, nashersculpturecenter. org. Also launching in September, e-commerce a t n a s h e r- s t o r e . Nuuna Kaleidoscope journals, $36 each Sophia bookends, $120 Donald Fowler at the Nasher Sculpture Center 115

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