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BRIEF ENCOUNTER

This summer, from weddings to cocktail gatherings and polo matches, sleek is the new black with so much playful color that is on trend and on target for carefree, sublime elegance. Our ingénue, the ultimate party girl, knows how to have a delightful and oh, so stylish time as she weighs the offers from exotic men she meets on the glamorous circuit

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LOVE EVERLASTING

Five-hundred guests, sixteen bridesmaids, sixteen groomsmen, four flower girls, two ring bearers, three dogs, and one charming Houston couple made the winning combination for a fabulously endearing “happily ever after” Texas-sized wedding story where Cassie Detering and John Milam said: “I do.”

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THE THRILL OF IT ALL

After a seven-year courtship and a one-year engagement, Emily Perryman of San Antonio and Brett Hall of Amarillo were recently married in San Antonio. Both attended Southern Methodist University, and they now happily reside in Houston where Emily works as a Pilates instructor and Brett works as an investment banking associate at Richardson Barr. This wedding was one of the grandest affairs of the year, with the beauty in its delectable details.

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SUMMER’S STYLE

Our stylish on-the-go Dallas correspondent Cynthia Smoot is as busy as ever with the city’s robust event and fashion scene. Join us as we see the latest and greatest they have to offer

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INNOVATIVELY INDULGENCENT

There’s always something new to discover when it comes to the world’s newest luxury trends. Our trend-seeking cool hunters Molly Bayme, Kelsey Goldberg and Jonathan Spindel bring you the best of the best for your summer jaunts

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SUMMER’S SPECTACULAR

The temperature is heating up, and so is the Texas art scene. Our cultural correspondent Jonathan Spindel points out some of the season’s hottest exhibitions and events for you to explore

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FLORAL SPECTACLE

The San Antonio Museum of Art recently honored former Mayor and
longtime Board member, Lila Cockrell with an art lover’s dream of an evening. The gala highlighted Mayor Cockrell’s indefatigable work in the early 1990’s that convinced then-Mayor Nelson Wolff and the San Antonio City Council to make the dream a reality with the subsequent construction of the Latin American Art Center, built using funds from a bond issue at the urging of Mayor Cockrell.

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