Holidays

The Bush Twins Are Coming to Blue Print

Save the date for the sisters' book signing and more festive shopping events in Dallas.  

There are only ten days until Christmas (stay chill), and we want to help. Here, we’ve selected prime events to score last-minute gifts that you may actually look forward to shopping.

(We steered clear of the mall, we promise.)

 

The Bush Sisters Take Blue Print I Dec 22 (5 – 6pm)

Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush are making the rounds for their first book together, Sisters First: Stories from Our Wild and Wonderful Life, with a pit stop at Blue Print. And though we don’t dare to guess Jenna or Babara’s own personal design style, we’d wager the lovely Uptown store, with its chic, midcentury modern furniture and lush textiles, is a perfect aesthetic fit the former first daughters.

 

Book Signings Hosted by Taylor Tomasi Hill | Dec. 16 (1-4pm)

Choose from three different titles at this epic book signing. Taylor Tomasi Hill will be hosting authors Natalie Joos (Tales of Endearment: Modern Vintage Lovers & Their Extraordinary Wardrobes), Athena Calderone (Cook Beautiful), and Bee Shapiro (Skin Deep: Women on Skin Care, Makeup, and Looking Their Best), at her Highland Park Village store.

 

Cowboy Christmas with Miron Crosby | Dec. 16 (11-3pm)

While you’re in Highland Park Village, drop by Miron Crosby’s chic upstairs studio for hot chocolate, a “Cowboy Santa,” and a pair of fashion-minded boots for your loved ones.

 

The Cherry App at Caitlin Wilson / Dec. 19 & 20 (11-2pm) 

Grab a gift for someone on your list and get your holiday manicure handled at Caitlin Wilson’s brand new Henderson Avenue boutique. The new showroom carries Wilson’s eponymous line of wallpapers, fabrics, furniture, and accessories, and opens up to a flower shop offering arrangements bouquets wrapped in brown paper. Send a direct message to @caitlinwilsondesign on Instagram to book your manicure with the newly launched Cherry service from the founders of rewardStyle and Bumble.

 

Saturdays at The Citizenry | Dec. 16 (11-2pm)

Although the Dallas-based brand is currently hosting a very photogenic pop-up on New York’s Bleeker Street (it’s the definition of cozy), the ethical, globally-sourced modern home goods company is still inviting Dallas shoppers into their Knox District studio for a thoughtfully curated experience (complete with complimentary gift wrapping) to help you polish off your holiday shopping.

 

Sabah House Market / Dec. 17 (Noon-5pm)

You can also catch Sabah House’s modern Turkish shoes at The Citizenry’s Bleeker Street pop-up if you happen to be in Manhattan, but the Uptown shop will be hosting a market of its own with some very cool Dallas vendors (i.e. Boulevard East, Deep Ellum Denim, and Kufri). Make plans to partake in the rum bar.

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Happy Holidays from Sabah! 🌲 SF, LA, NYC & DALLAS <> We have Sabah holiday happenings everywhere this weekend! SAN FRAN: Sabah is at @trickdogbar on Sat & Sun from 12-5PM for a Sabah holiday party and pop-up | drinks, Sabahs and friends (ps. Mickey is traveling in to SF and is accepting specific pair requests to pack with him for pick-up at Trick Dog, email Mickey directly [email protected] and he’ll pack a pair or two for you!) VENICE: Sabah House Venice Holiday Market happens from 12-5PM on Sunday at 1629 Abbot Kinney Blvd – drinks, live music, and other great brands | DALLAS: Sabah House Dallas Holiday Market takes place from 12-5PM on Sunday – local brands, drinks and tunes too! NYC: Join us at Sabah House East Village from 11am to 9pm on Saturday for another Holiday Market with music by @arumrae rum bar by @diplomaticorum and lots of great brands. #howwesabah #SabahHolidays #wheretonext #SanFrancisco #LosAngeles #NewYork #Dallas @quinnstarr 📸📸

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