Friday, October 27

Let’s Make A Play Date


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Thursday, October 19

Fearless American Fashion


Wednesday, October 18

Eric Buterbaugh, Artist in the Medium of Scent


You may not know the name Eric Buterbaugh—unless, that is, you’ve seen the phantasmagorical floral installations he’s created for Hollywood’s A-list party crowd. (Follow @ericbuterbaugh on Instagram to clock him beaming with Gwyneth, Reese, Demi…) Now the LA-based “artist in the medium of scent” has partnered with a team of master perfumers to create a gallery of fragrances. That all are florals should come as no surprise, but don’t expect cloyingly sweet, or even conventionally feminine. To wit: Nick’s Sunflower, a summery abstract of yellow flowers and blue skies, was inspired by Venice, California, hat designer (and FFT favorite) Nick Fouqet. Find it and seven more originals presented in 10ml glass vials in the aptly named Discovery Kit. Or go big with Buterbaugh’s answer to a room diffuser: a taxidermy rooster whose feathers diffuse a gentle aura of lemon flower and jasmine. And, oh yes, the rooster wears a crown and necklace because, why not?

Meet Eric (and ask him about his start in Dallas with Gianni Versace), at Forty Five Ten on Main, Friday, Oct. 27 from 1 to 3 p.m.


A Perfect Combination


The Code Collection is the latest innovation from James Banks Design and co-founders Adam Shulman and Heidi Nahser Fink. Each 18k gold or black rhodium bracelet is handcrafted in the James Banks studio in Marin County, California, and features a combination dial that unlocks by a unique “code”— a series of letters, numbers, symbols or precious stones customized by (or for) the wearer.

Making jewelry personal is part of the James Banks DNA. The signature Lightkeeper, a bulb-shaped glass pendant that holds precious stones and other hand-carved charms, was conceived to be personalized and added to over the years. Did we mention it was inspired by Shulman’s wife, Anne Hathaway? Or that the set of her movie Alice in Wonderland was where Shulman and Nahser Fink first met? Find out more when the designers visit Forty Five Ten on Main this week.

Event Details: Discover the Code Collection at our special preview, Thursday, Oct. 26 through Saturday, Oct. 28, in Fine Jewelry. Meet Adam and Heidi noon to 4 p.m. each day.


Tuesday, October 17

Galvan London


Friday, October 6

The Doctor Is IN


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Thursday, October 5

Federica Rettore


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Tuesday, October 3



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Monday, October 2

Brian Molanphy


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Through the Keyhole

1-peter-mcgough-taylor-tomasi-hill-1Pictured above: Peter McGough & Taylor Tomasi Hill

A late summer/early fall dinner al fresco in downtown Dallas was, for artist Peter McGough, a well-deserved chance to relax and celebrate. Installation of the career-spanning retrospective of his work with artistic partner David McDermott, McDermott & McGough: I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not Going, was largely wrapped at the Dallas Contemporary. And a second show, Oscar Wilde Temple, was drawing crowds in New York. Forty Five Ten and Headington Companies hosted the evening in McGough’s honor, gathering collectors and Dallas Contemporary executives for dinner catered by The Joule executive chef, Junior Borges, and served under the verandah outside Forty Five Ten, under the ever-watchful gaze of Tony Tasset’s Eye.


3Justine Ludwig | Free To Be installation


5Gowri Sharma & Shelly Rosenberg | Maxine Trowbridge & Filippo Tattoni-Marcozzi  | Ariella Woolens & Lilia Kudlida

6Hannah Fagadau | Peter McGough & Peter Doroshenko

7Jeny Bania & Taylor Tomasi Hill | Justine Ludwig & Phillip Cottone | Gary & Cara Owens

maxine-trowbridge-1Maxine Trowbridge