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Texas Edition

A model turned designer shares her take on fashion and interiors

texas edition | February 9, 2018
What’s design like in Houston? We’ve heard only good things. But to get the full scoop, we went to Jillian O’Neill, a former model, current interior designer and newly minted Texan who recently launched her first furniture line. (While her career as a runway model for Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Tom ... By Katy B. Olson

Why is Diane Keaton heading to Dallas Market?

texas edition | December 21, 2017
Diane Keaton, Oscar-winning actress, director, and author of the recent design coffee-table tome The House That Pinterest Built, will descend on Dallas Market next month to chat about her self-described “love affair with houses and design.” Actress, author and design aficionado Diane Keat... By Katy B. Olson

Two regional brands partner in the face of hurricane impact

texas edition | November 20, 2017
Dallas-based rug company Loloi and Florida-based Rifle Paper Co. have aligned to raise money for hurricane relief. Their effort, the limited-edition Texas Wildflowers Pillow, will support relief for areas impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Texas Wildflowers Pillow One h... By Katy B. Olson

Vicente Wolf, Alexa Hampton to headline Texas Design Week Dallas

texas edition | October 20, 2017
Designers Vicente Wolf, Carl Dellatore, Bobby McAlpine and Alexa Hampton are set to headline the upcoming Texas Design Week Dallas. A follow-up to spring’s inaugural Texas Design Week in Houston, the event will be held November 1 to 3. Here’s the EAL designers’ guide to Texas Design Week Dallas.... By Melissa Studach

Dallas Market Center increases hurricane outreach

texas edition | October 9, 2017
For the second phase of its hurricane relief program, DMC Cares, Dallas Market Center is partnering with the Houston Furniture Bank. The Bank is assisting 70 families daily by providing them with basic home furnishings. The DMC’s goal is to raise $1 million for several organizations through fina... By Katy B. Olson

Rethinking the built environment in education, with Michelle Addington

texas edition | September 26, 2017
After working at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and spending 10 years in chemical engineering as an engineer and then manger at DuPont, Michelle Addington, the new dean of the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, didn’t expect a career in academia to be in her future. In wha... By Taylor Barker

Mark Moussa of Dallas-bred Arteriors reflects on 30 years

texas edition | September 26, 2017
With the debut of its first international showroom, a grand anniversary and the welcoming of a new generation to the family business, decorative lighting and furniture brand Arteriors has a lot to celebrate. Mark Moussa It’s an exciting time, says Arteriors founder and creative dir... By Melissa Studach

Texas Association for Interior Design hosts annual fundraiser

texas edition | September 25, 2017
The Texas Association for Interior Design (TAID) is gearing up for its annual Lot 75 TAID Art Sale on September 28 at Skyline Art Services in Houston. Local artists will be selling jewelry, fashion items, home decor and artwork, and a portion of the proceeds from the event will go toward TAID an... By Taylor Barker

How to transition into design, with Dallas designer Jean Liu

texas edition | September 22, 2017
Jean Liu didn’t set out to be a designer. After earning a degree from Georgetown in foreign service and a master’s in theological studies from Harvard, she returned to her family business in Dallas: Litex Industries, a ceiling fan and light fixture firm that her father had originally founded out... By Katy B. Olson

San Antonio architect Michael G. Imber celebrates 20 years

texas edition | September 18, 2017
Native Texan architect Michael G. Imber is celebrating two decades of his eponymous firm’s work. He discusses regional design trends (among them? Think—and act—local), what makes his neck of the woods, San Antonio, unique, and some of his favorite projects. Michael G. Imber’s San Antonio ... By Katy B. Olson
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