Amanda Lang, Elena Davis
Amy and Streeter Berry, Sabastian Varney
Cait O’Keeffe, Lydia Cullen
Carrell Stahala, Jane Stier
Courtney Ross, Tammy West
Dave Corbin, Kristy Williams
Denise McGaha, Marisa Ziman
Erin Vogelpohl, Tiffany Purdue, Erin Klawiter
India and Houston Munroe, Liz Lapidus
Stia Coffman, Jane Allen
Joshua Rossignol, Tonya Sadovska
Julie Meshri, Dottie Cooper
Kate Boatwright, Adelide Erickson, Caitlin Bonner
Kristy Sands, David King-Heu
Lacelliese and Matthew King
Leslye Vansickle, Brooke Hortenstine, Blaire Masloki
Lisa Elin, JB Moresco
Lori Greeley, Jane Stier
Natalie and Ryan Wolfe
Taylor Rowden, Rebecca Sherman
Serena & Lily may have more than a few stylish squatters on its hands.
Following the grand opening party for its new Knox-Henderson boutique — the brand’s first store in Texas — most guests couldn’t stop talking about how badly they, well, wanted to move right in.
Indeed, Serena & Lily would be the ideal second home, with its gorgeous, residential-style retail space decorated top to bottom with the company’s full range of product, from furniture and bedding to fabrics, pillows, lighting, and accessories.
(Heads up: The selection of coffee table tomes, here, is unparalleled.)
Said opening party proved the perfect preview. I joined a tony set of hosts (@mytexashouse blogger Erin Vogelpohl; designer Amy Berry; and Cattle Baron’s Ball chairs Wendy Messman and Lisa Haddow-Shirley) to welcome a bevy of design types, all who shopped to benefit Cattle Baron’s Ball.
The airy, California-cool space was packed, with every nook and cranny filled with partygoers, including a flock of Serena & Lily VIPs who jetted in for the night.
PC Seen: Serena & Lily CEO Lori Greeley; chief creative officer Kristy Williams; SVP finance and operations Brett Hilton; and SVP customer experience and brand marketing Jill John.