Style

This Instagram moment of Santo Domingo in front of the Tony Tasset, Eyeball was one of vogue.com’s 10 Best Instagram Moments of the Week. Delpozo mini dress, $2,800. United Nude platforms at TenOverSix.

High On LSD: Lauren Santo Domingo

She whirled into Dallas a few months back, with up-and-coming designers Emilia Wickstead and Paul Andrew in tow, for a cocktail-fueled trunk showing at The Joule. Read

Give Thanks:
This is the Lucy Remix

Lucy in the Sky. McQueen-wearing, gala-chairing, sailor-swearing DJ Lucy Wrubel rocks every great event in Dallas (and many beyond). With dapper photographer-husband Steve and daughter Stella, they make the most stylish en famille we’ve ever seen. Click here for what the Great White Striped One is streaming at home for the Thanksgiving holiday. I have Read

The Eye Behind Alta Moda: Mario Testino

He’s Peruvian, he resides in London, he’s never visited Texas, and he’s coming to Dallas. Internationally famed fashion photographer Mario Testino is respected by every glossy magazine from Vogue to Vanity Fair; Read

Le Cirque: High Flying Fall Fashion Accessories

Vibrant hues, geometric design and one-of-kind oddities abound. Thrill seekers are welcomed.

Interiors

  • Boxwood Linens

    The sumptuous new Boxwood Linens — a fine linens and embroidery boutique opened by sister duo Lindsey Amiralai, E

  • Shop the Shoot:
    Patrick and Lindsey Collins

    Get inspiration from art collectors Lindsey and Patrick Collins’ oh-so-charming 1940s house off Inwood and Lovers

  • The Goop Pops

    A star-studded affair popped up last week as fashionable Dallasites mingled with Gwyneth Paltrow and Monique Lhuillier t

Inside the Nest:
Paloma Contreras

photography Jack Thompson

Just ask her 375,000 followers and they will tell you- Paloma’s got an eye for style. When it comes to home decor she’s a whiz- and has made a name for herself online via the art of calculated curation. Read

Knoll x Maria Cornejo:
Knoll Luxe’s Latest Collab Revealed

Knoll lovers now have another reason to love Knoll. For 75 years, they’ve been teaming up with celebrated architects and designers Read

Maria Cornejo for Knoll Luxe

Arts

Tales from the Auction World: Frank Hettig

by Catherine D. Anspon

(PLUS A PEEK INSIDE THE WELL-EDITED HOME AND CUTTING-EDGE COLLECTION HETTIG SHARES WITH HIS PARTNER OF 14 YEARS, HERITAGE AUCTION VP AND MANAGING DIRECTOR OF FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS, ED BEARDSLEY.) Read

A box of photos, by Dutch artist Roy Villevoye, collected during Hettig’s European years.

London Calling: Michael
Craig-Martin

by Catherine D. Anspon

On the eve of his 73rd birthday, the pioneering artist/teacher/curator famously known as the Goldsmiths College professor of Damien Hirst and Richard Patterson (among others) Read

Michael Craig-Martin, photographed by Caroline True at his London studio, August 27, 2014

A Seller of Gryphon Grotesquerie: George Sellers

THE FANTASTICAL OEUVRE OF SCULPTOR GEORGE SELLERS

by Pamela Kripke

George Sellers sits in his Exposition Avenue pied-à-terre in Dallas amongst his gilded bugs and octahedrons, goat-footed desks and zinc white tree twigs, contemplating the route from then to now. Read

A James[ian] Narrative: Charles James

by Seth Vaughan

Dominique de Menil first came to know Charles James when a New York neighbor asked her to deliver a note expressing the neighbor’s desire to never see or speak to the couturier again. This brought Dominique into James’ orbit for the rest of his life. Not only would their relationship have sartorial implications for Dominique, but it ultimately resulted (at Read

Photographed exclusively for PaperCity by Scogin Mayo, April 2014, at The Menil Collection’s Richmond
Hall, Dan Flavin permanent installation. Zac Posen’s Charles James-inspired duchess satin ball gown $13,990, to order at Saks Fifth Avenue. Contemporary 20-carat diamond bib necklace in 18K white gold, and circa-1960s Bulgari bracelet, both price upon request, at Tenenbaum & Co.

Art Chat: Jeffrey Grove

by Catherine D. Anspon

Does Jeffrey Grove have the most unerring eye in Texas? The Dallas Museum of Art’s man at the top of the contemporary curatorial pyramid — officially senior curator of special projects & research — is envied for his ambitious, confident and serenely choreographed installations. What makes the DMA’s chief talent scout tick? Executive editor art Read

Culture

  • Tot Take Out: CaterTots

    Move over, Jessica Seinfeld. There’s a new Sneaky Chef in town — and she delivers to your house. “My son was n

  • Back in Black

    It’s the brand he made famous in more than one incarnation. Now Bruce Molzan, the chef who created Ruggles Grill and R

  • JetSet Dispatch:
    NYC

    How much can one person eat, drink and shop in two days? The answer surprised me on a recent cool-hunting expedition to

New Treats at
Petite Sweets

Delectable Petite Sweets, known for its pint-size desserts, has us licking our lips over a recent menu addition: an anything-but-mini frozen custard waffle-cone sundae. Almost artisanal in design, the cones come in seven foodie-fied variations, from the Turtle (topped with pecans, sea salt, caramel and chocolate fudge) to the Big Island (beach-inspired pineapple puree, crushed Read

DEFINE Your Food

photography Jenny Antill

We all love the idea of eating healthy, but when it comes down to it, some of us just aren’t willing to sacrifice the taste. Enter DEFINE food‘s Erin O’ Leary Stewart, giving you the best of both worlds. Read