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Have you heard? The fabulous Aspen store Little Bird has opened a boutique in H-town! Owner Keele Loyd sells luxury goods from around the world on resale and consignment. She chooses items with her discerning taste and research. Her staff are known as fashion archeologists have an excellent knowledge of all the inventory, including Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Valentino, to name a few. Ms. Loyd is moving to Houston so you can meet her to help you shop, or clean out your closet.

Little Bird
1735 Post Oak Blvd
832-767-4483
www.thelittlebirdinc.com



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Start your holiday shopping with the BVLGARI watch trunk show. They are featuring the new Daniel Roth, Gerald Genta and Serpenti collections. Take some time and try some on for yourself too.

BVLGARI
Galleria
October 5th - October 14th
713. 622.7574




 

Houston Philanthropy

Best Cellars

Jim and Jean Janke, Laticia and Dennis Lord
photos by Kim Coffman
click on photo to see gallery

The 2nd annual T. J. Martell Foundation’s Best Cellars Celebrity Dinner raised more than $230, 000 for the Physician Scientis Program at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The event was co-chaired by Houstonians Jim and Jean Janke and Nashville music industry couple Laticia and Dennis Lord, who brought chefs Robert Del Grande, Dean Fearing and Tim Keating together with wine collectors and music and sports celebrities, including Gary Morris, Storme Warren, Julie Roberts, Jeff Bates, and Katie Armiger.

 

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We’ll Always Have Paris!


Donna Josey Chapman and Donna Vallone

A gathering of fashionable and philanthropic guests joined Donna Josey Chapman for lunch in Tony's wine room on Monday. Donna, is chairman of the board of the foundation of the world renowned American Hospital of Paris, which was created by an act of Congress in 1913. It is a hospital rich with history of saving lives of Americans abroad with an important role during World War I & II. Even (near and dear to a Texan heart) many injured oil field workers have been flown in from the rigs off the African coast. There were also several attendees who recounted their own personal life saving experiences by the Hospital while they were in Europe.

Donna and fellow supporters, Lynn Wyatt, Diane Lokey and Linda Barrett, joined in to let their Houston friends know more about the hospital, it’s partnerships in the U.S. and the need for private donors. The luncheon spurred conversation on ideas and laying the ground work for a Houston-based benefit in the near future.

 

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Check our calendar to plan your social and shopping schedule!

October 6
Audubon Society Gala
River Oaks Shopping Center Wine and Jazz Fest

October 10
Food for thought

October 11- 13
Fashion Houston

October 12
Power of the Network




 

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