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  • Visit the new Valentino and Louis Vuitton boutiques and mixed-use retail destination M-K-T

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    Houston, Texas Luxury Retail Report

    Visit the new Valentino and Louis Vuitton boutiques and mixed-use retail destination M-K-T

    M-K-T

    At Houston Heights’ newly opened mixed-use destination M-K-T, visitors can explore a range of retail offerings. The walkable, adaptive-reuse property, thoughtfully designed by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, consists of five buildings housing creative boutiques, wellness spots and delicious culinary options surrounded by ample green space. …

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  • Niki de Saint Phalle in the 1960s is on view at The Menil Collection in Houston now

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    Explore Art That Puts Females First

    Niki de Saint Phalle in the 1960s is on view at The Menil Collection in Houston now

    Organized in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Niki de Saint Phalle in the 1960s at The Menil Collection in Houston highlights Saint Phalle’s forward-thinking, feminist artworks from European collections. These pieces, on view through January 23, including her shooting paintings that represented …

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  • Why you should visit Immersive Van Gogh and a special new exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

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    Houston Art Gallery Guide

    Why you should visit Immersive Van Gogh and a special new exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Immersive Van Gogh

    Immersive Van Gogh, the original digital art event that has captivated audiences around the globe, will be open to Houstonians on August 12. Designed by famed creative director and Italian film producer Massimiliano Siccardi and featuring a soundtrack by Italian multimedia composer Luca Longobardi, …

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  • Bask in a bit of nostalgia or envelope yourself in luxury at these new outposts in Houston

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    Exciting New Restaurants in Houston

    Bask in a bit of nostalgia or envelope yourself in luxury at these new outposts in Houston

    Palace Social

    Palace Social breathes new life into the former location of Palace Bowling Lanes, the beloved Houston landmark on Bellaire Boulevard. The 27,000-square-foot retro-perfect space features eight elegant bowling lanes, 50 arcade games, multi-sport simulators, an immersive dark ride theater, VR stations and bars and lounges. …

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  • From a bit of retail therapy to an afternoon at the spa, here are your must-visit spots for a little self-care in Houston

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    Where to Pamper Yourself in Houston

    From a bit of retail therapy to an afternoon at the spa, here are your must-visit spots for a little self-care in Houston

    Trellis Spa

    Fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation, The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa’s reimagined Trellis Spa, the largest spa in Texas, welcomes guests with enhanced spaces for rejuvenation. The soaking pools and garden, totaling 6,500 square feet of space, feature a hot tub, ambient pool and cold …

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  • Visit a cool new eatery for a delicious dinner or grab a quick bite at one of the many options at the Museum of Fine Arts

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    New Restaurants in Houston We Love

    Visit a cool new eatery for a delicious dinner or grab a quick bite at one of the many options at the Museum of Fine Arts

    Tucked in the eclectic Montrose neighborhood, March Restaurant has officially opened its doors to eager foodies. Patrons can savor Eastern Mediterranean dishes from chef Felipe Riccio’s menu and explore wines from an 11,000-bottle wine cellar focused on single producers. The stylish space, designed by Houston’s Curtis …

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