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February 2018- Houston

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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 14 W e love everything about Laure Heriard Dubreuil, owner of The Webster boutique, which made a splash in South Beach and now has an outpost adjacent to The Galleria. We love her name, her effortless style, her French eccentricity, and the fact that she's married to artist Aaron Young and has a baby and a multi-million-dollar fashion empire. What's not to love. To keep herself extra busy, Heriard Dubreuil has launched her own collection of easy fashion, LHD, packed with exclusives collaborations with Aurelie Bidermann, Ensoie, Eres, Atlantica, Heimat, Linda Farrow, Maison Michel, and Pierre Hardy. It's breezy, global, a bit vintage-tourist, and inspired by the destinations she loves. LHD, $45 to $895, at The Webster, The Galleria,, Tourist Attraction W ith a score of chan- deliers shimmering overhead and china and crystal glisten- ing from gilded vit- rines, Events' new emporium at 2439 Westheimer, down the sidewalk from Avalon Diner, has opened, after 30 years in its West Gray/River Oaks Shopping Center locale. Downsizing from 6,400 to 4,300 square feet, owner Regina Garcia has edited her collections to reflect the crème de la crème from luxury purveyors Baccarat, Christofle, and William Yeoward, and added a selection of lighting and furnishings to her pur- view. Happy news for brides-to-be: The stationery department now has its own salon, with heady offerings from Crane, Bell'Invito, and more. The new store also has a full-service kitchen for an expanded calendar of in-store events ranging from charity happenings to ladies' luncheons. Shelby Hodge T his just in: Sudhoff P r o p e r t i e s ' Jacob Sudhoff a n d a r c h i t e c t Jerry Hooker are opening C A S A i n W e s t A v e , February 17, with a stellar lineup of Italian names — Giorgetti, Poltrona Frau, Listone Giordano flooring, Rimadesio, Elam Kitchens by Tisettanta, Viabizzuno lighting, and Tacchini … Thor Equities' Kirby Collection luxury mixed-use property at 3200 Kirby is complete, with two levels of retail and restaurant space, and residential and office towers. Three new tenants are on the horizon. In the spring, hair salon Atelier Isabelle Rose settles in; this summer, the first Houston location of À Ma Maniére opens, with men's luxury street wear and footwear from Adidas, Alexander Wang, Off-White, Puma, Maison Margiela, and Raf Simons; also this summer, Pinstripes will fill 33,830 square feet and two floors, with bocce ball and bowling, along with an Italian bistro and outdoor fire pits … Patti Kagan's Mrs. PK & Oz moves from its Colquitt Street digs to a new center at 2303 Portsmouth, developed by Jkagan Properties, where she's unpacking her trove of 20th-century vintage modern furnishings and accessories. Expect the doors to open first of this month … Meanwhile, in the space on Colquitt vacated by Mrs. PK & Oz, Horizon Tile opens a new showroom early this month. Meghan West IN THE EVENT YOU RUN OUT OF Stationery Retail RAP Regina Garcia JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON M E M O R I A L

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