Dallas-based artist Bret Slater, featured in August’s FD Luxe, has been touted as one of the “100 Artists to Watch” by Modern Painters magazine.
A dinner for Salvador Dalí, wherein the guest of honor held posthumous court amid a motley lot of live wires, from the realms of fashion and real estate, science and style. The hosts? The only couple in town deft enough — and brave enough — to pull this off
It’s the type of place that most people wouldn’t even notice: a nondescript, but totally incongruous two-story building with a copula, set amid small warehouses on an industrial stretch just off Commerce Street in Oak Cliff. But the building couldn’t escape the inventive eyes of artist Linnea Glatt and her husband, metalworker Jim Cinquemani.
There is a tiny, underground collective of artists in dallas that thinks the whole art scene is “a fake, fitted out with a tremendous affectation” writes scholar MICHAEL CORRIS. are they right? is there an antidote? Meet seven jagged little pills.
Sharon Hage was locavore before locavore was cool — and a five-time James Beard Award nominee. Her critically acclaimed York Street was a dining legend. So how did she end up making menus for a bowling alley and beer garden? (And why do other equally A-list chefs totally get it?)
Two years ago, chef Tim Byres slid back the tinny door of his red-and-white ’60s…
As a curator and purveyor of Dallas and Texas art, perhaps James Cope’s strongest point of differentiation is that he’s not from here. He’s not even American. “I’m English. I’ve lived in Texas. I’ve lived in New York. I’m not really that biased toward either.”
Tony Abou-Ganim has been behind bars for the last 30 years. Rum-pa-dum-pum. The joke was…
Fashion’s unofficial emperor, Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld, will soon be adding “Y’all” to his vocabulary.
WHAT IF, we pondered, Carine Roitfeld came for a visit? What would she wear? What would she want to see? Who would she meet along the way? Herewith, our dream CARINE DOES DALLAS, then scrapbooks her big adventure (And we make the case that minimal dressing can have maximal impact. OUI, INDEED)