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Ron Gard and dogs
Publications

The Dallas Man Who Loves Dogs More Than You Do, With a Collection To Prove It

Ron Gard’s lifelong passion for canines is on full display in the new coffee table book, Whose Dog Are You?
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Publications

One Woman’s Mission to End Throw Pillows

To throw, or not to throw, that is the question. A surprisingly complicated one, as it turns out.
Eunhwa Kate Jung
Shopping & Fashion

Shop South Korean Fashion at This Bishop Arts Boutique

Opened last November, Jowa features a selection of unique pieces you won’t find anywhere else in town.
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Publications

Haute Hunting Gear Has Reached Dallas

Three new high-end shops offer apparel for the sidelines—and the serious sportsman.
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Publications

New Year, Fresh Face at Five New Dallas Skincare Boutiques

Give your skin a much-needed winter boost at these five new Dallas places.
By By Lydia Brooks, Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, and Jessica Otte
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Holidays

Find Gorgeous Holiday Wrapping Paper at These Local Spots

A primer to having the prettiest presents under the tree.
By Samantha Cuin
Food Spread
Holidays

D Magazine Staff Share Our Favorite Holiday Foods

If you can't get a reservation—or don't feel like cooking all day—here are some of our favorite spots to get holiday breads, tamales, and more.
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Shopping & Fashion

Personal Color Analysis Is Cool Again

Some people look better in earth tones. Others have saturated chromas. To look your best, you need Rebecca Reid to analyze your colors.
Caitlin Brax denim
Style

Want the Perfect Pair of Jeans? Ask Dallas’ Viral TikTok Denim Whisperer

With just one look, Caitlin Brax can match you with the perfect pair of vintage jeans at AAVintedge.
Royse City
Publications

How to Spend a Day in Royse City

Thirty miles northeast of Dallas you'll find "A Friendly Touch of Texas”—and a few llamas.
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