adolphus hotel, alexander mcqueen, calder, dallas, dallas museum of art, david smith, donald judd, dubuffet, forty five ten, givenchy, junya watanabe, loewe, miro, nasher sculpture center, neiman marcus, nicholas kirkwood, shoes, shopping, stanley korshak, tenoversix, the french room
I am completely out of collage inspiration so I’m going to take the lazy route and just post a photo gallery of my birthday trip to Dallas. Naturally one day was devoted to all the crazy luxury stores in Dallas and one to the museums. Some highlights were:
- Forty Five Ten – can I have EVERYTHING in that store?
- TENOVERSIX (I guess I like stores with #s in the name) – very small but great, unique selection
- The French Room – majorly fancy pants but such a special celebration that I will never forget
- Nasher Sculpture Center – small collection of really great pieces
The interesting thing about these four places is that they all have a small, highly curated and specific aesthetic or experience in mind. But I guess that’s nothing new that I’ve learned about myself.
*Disclaimer: please excuse the quality of these photos. I brought my camera but ended up only using my phone.