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October 2017- Houston

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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. O xbow 7 has opened in the newly renovated Le Meridien hotel at 112 Walker Street. Reef chef/owner Bryan Caswell and his wife, Jennifer Caswell, offer their version of a refined Gulf-inspired menu … James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Shepard's restaurant concept of a new food focus every year for five years has opened One Fifth Romance Languages at 1658 Westheimer with a French-, Italian-, and Spanish-inspired menu. But, hurry: We only have 11 months to enjoy this dining concept until it's reinvented as One Fifth Fish … Emmaline, the new eatery from former Fleming's Steakhouse operating A ntiques and home decor emporium MAI Memorial Antiques & Interiors is moving to The Houston Design Center on Old Katy Road mid-month, open to both retail customers and to the trade. The former location remains open until the move … Houston Heights Mercantile at 713 Heights Boulevard is adding new tenants, with the opening of Lululemon's yoga apparel boutique Local and Define Body & Mind, owner Henry Richardson's 20th studio, and the first Houston location for coastal casual Marine Layer. Opening October 7 is eyeglass purveyor Warby Parker … In Galleria news, Loro Piana has debuted its first Houston boutique on Level 1, near Neiman Marcus. Look for cashmere and wool womenswear, with accessories for both men and women. Mid-month, on Level 2 near Saks, B8Ta opens, where you can test-drive futuristic gadgets and gizmos … Hemline has opened its fourth Houston store at CityCentre. The New Orleans-based boutique, owned by Shannon O'Shea, stocks Trina Turk, French Connection, and Show Me Your Mumu, among others. Meghan West W hen you research the guayabera, you find numerous origin stories, ranging from Cuba, to Spain, Mexico, and the Philippines. The story goes that hundreds of years ago, a farmer's wife sewed four pockets onto her husband's work short to easily carry guavas (guayabas). Today, the guayabera is standard issue for fraternity alum, country-club goers, and celebrations in San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley. Caroline Matthews founded her bespoke guayabera business Dos Carolinas 30 years ago in San Antonio, and has now opened a shop in the Lamar- River Oaks Shopping Center on River Oaks Boulevard, neighboring Houston's bastions of prep-dom, À Bientôt and Sid and Ann Mashburn. Marrying the classic Latin aesthetic with fine-quality natural fabrics, Matthews offers up cotton, linen, or seersucker in multiple colors and patterns; short or long sleeves; intricate embroidery; and a monogram. A new favorite is the camouflage guayabera — the pockets come in handy for shells. $120 to $350, at Dos Carolinas, 2503 River Oaks Blvd., Anne Lee Phillips GAGA FOR GUAYABERAS partner Sam Governale, has opened at 3210 West Dallas (formerly Teala's) in Montrose. Chef Dimitri Voutsinas, a New York native, offers American, Mediterranean, and wood-grilled dishes for all-day dining … All proceeds from Lee's Creamery's exclusive new ice cream, Buffalo Bayou, benefit The Greater Houston Community Foundation, a charity created by Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett. The confection mixes milk chocolate ice cream with caramel marshmallows, blondie chunks, toffee chips, toasted pecans, and a caramel swirl …Randy and Lucy Hines will open The Kolache Shoppe at Heights Central Station in Summer 2018. The new location partners with Boomtown Coffee, pairing made-by-hand kolaches with a coffee shop. Meghan West Restaurant BUZZ Retail RAP A mid Manhattan's fall of museum riches, one show stands out: "David H o c k n e y " a t T h e Metropolitan Museum of Art — the sole North American stop for an international tour. The retrospective is timed to honor Hockney's 80th birthday. "David Hockey" at The Met, November 27 through February 25, 2018; Catherine D. Anspon Deep Dive into HOCKNEY JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON David Hockney's A Bigger Splash, 1967, at The Met © DAVID HOCKNEY. PHOTO ©TATE, LONDON, 2017.

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