Spend a Weekend at WestEdge Design Fair and Artexpo Dallas
This September 16–18, the WestEdge Design Fair, previously exclusive to Los Angeles, is making its Dallas debut at the Dallas Market Hall, and it’s teaming up with Artexpo Dallas to provide patrons a weekend of immersion into the best of modern art and design.
The event will feature a variety of demonstrations to show off the latest and greatest at-home technology and design trends. Head to the SKS Culinary Pavilion to learn chefs’ secrets, HOMEwork for home office inspiration, MADE:modern to shop one-of-a-kind furnishings, the Outdoor Lounge to deck out your deck, and the Convo By Design Stage for a series of panel presentations from industry pros.
Additionally, Artexpo Dallas will bring together over 85 top collectors displaying works from around the world, including drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, and glass works. Plus, the expo includes interactive and educational programming so patrons can learn along the way.
Tickets to the show, as well as the Opening Night Party, are available online and benefit Dwell with Dignity and Ronald McDonald House of Dallas.
Sept. 16–18. Dallas Market Hall, 2200 Stemmons Fwy. From $20. Learn more here.
Chill Out with Hiatus Spa + Retreat’s New CBD
Hiatus Spa + Retreat recently launched a line of 99.5-percent clean, 100-percent THC-free CBD products, including a Knot Today Active Muscle CBD Cream and a Knot Today Soothing Joint Serum, available online and in-spa. The muscle cream is designed to ease sore muscles, and it also reduces swelling and bruising. The joint serum reduces joint pain with its herbal cocktail of German chamomile, lavender, sweet marjoram, frankincense, and peppermint. For $10, spa guests can also add Knot Today CBD massage oil to their service, because if you’re already getting a massage you might as well chill all the way out.
Cheers to 10 Years of Mizzen+Main
Dallas-based Mizzen+Main celebrated its 10-year anniversary last month with champagne and cigars outside its flagship West Village store. After launching a decade ago, the preppy men’s store gained popularity, thanks to its unique performance-fabric dress shirts. Since then, it has opened six shops throughout Texas, Oklahoma, and Florida. At the July 28 party, Mizzen+Main raised a toast to the past 10 years, the next decade, and the “naive optimism” (as founder Kevin Lavelle puts it) that put the “best damn dress shirt” on the map.
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Ubers Just Got Bigger
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Punch it Out at Ding Ding Group Boxing
A new fitness studio, Ding Ding Group Boxing, just opened on Ross Avenue. Classes are 50 minutes, designed to accommodate all fitness levels, and alleged to burn at least 600 calories.
Build your Dream Seat with OKA
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