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Friday, March 5, 2010

Alice in Cookieland

In celebration of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, which is out today, Bakelab has created an adorable box of treats for your next Mad Tea Party!
Click here for the full scoop on what's included. If you ask me, those Cheshire Cat Macarons look positively delish! It just goes to show you, this isn't going to be a movie. It's going to be a phenomenon!

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

HFH in 002!

Check out the March issue of 002 magazine. The Costumes for Cocktails page features clothes from the High Fashion Home boutique! (plus it's illustrated as always by our instore Merchandising Director)

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Oh Baby!

We're crazy about babies here at High Fashion Home, and we are crazy over our new baby lines! Right on time for spring/summer '10, which as everyone knows comes pretty fast here in Houston. Come check them out along with our baby toys, blankets and accessories.

100% certified organic cotton clothing for your hip baby. Dyed with metal free and low-impact dyes.
Sckoon short sleeve zen top and monkey pants. $44.

Sckoon Japonesque monkey pants. $24.

Kabuki kimono top and pants set. $48.

Baby Nay!
"Tiny ruffles, applique flowers, ombre hues, and unique, charming prints leave their mark on many of Baby Nay pieces. Tiny ruffles, applique flowers, ombre hues, and unique, charming prints leave their mark on many of Baby Nay pieces.

Baby Nay 2 piece tiered Za-Za set with crocheted applique. $53

Baby Soy
"Babysoy is the 1st company in the world to create a soft and natural newborn wardrobe using soybean protein fiber. Using simple and fresh designs, babysoy has created a sustainable and modern baby wardrobe for eco-babies without sacrificing comfort or style.

Kimono 1 piece in Blossom. $23.

Year round reversible hoodie. "A distinguished iParenting Media Award Winner, the year round reversible hoodie is perfect to layer over tees for warm days or over one-pieces for cooler days. " $28.

Beba Bean
Introducing bamboo and cotton knit apparel and blankets, along with adorably chic shoes... and of course, the Pee-Pee Tee-Pee!

Beba Bean Knit Poncho 100% washable cotton. "The Knit Poncho is guaranteed to be the most versatile piece in any little girl’s wardrobe – with no arms or sleeves to worry about, it slips on and off in a flash!". $30.

My first penny loafer. $31.

My first biker boot. $34.
and the Pee-Pee Tee-Pee. $11 for a pack of 5.

Baby shoes and sock sets

Johnny's set of 6 pairs. $24.

Metallic Mary Janes set of 6. $24.

Jellies. $15.

"Styling Children One Stitch at a Time"

Puppy Royalty onesie. $30.

Doodle onesie. $30.

Pro Golfer polo snap t. $34.

Boy Genius polo. $34.

Claesens Baby

Swimsuit. $28. Boys swim boxer. $18.

Teeny Tiny Optics
100% UVA and UVB protection

And a must to go with those swimsuits! Assorted styles. $9-15.

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NY Times: Jamie Drake's Temporary Rental

I love the chairs and flokati rug.

Jamie Drake, interior designer to the likes of Michael Bloomberg and Madonna, managed to decorate his temporary condominium at the cost of $19,400.  The costs include paint, the silk taffeta window treatments, silk pillows, ceiling lights, and the reupholstering of several pieces of furniture. 

The desk lamps are from Artemide Tolomeo.

The green wall is Forest Moss by Benjamin Moore.  The pillows are from ABC Home.

The hand chair brings new meaning every time you sit down.

When you've got views like that, you definitely want as much seating as possible facing out towards the windows.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Top Chef Masters: Houston's own Monica Pope!

Houston's own, Monica Pope, will be battling it out on Bravo's Top Chef Masters: Season 2.  The James Beard Award nominee is the chef/owner of the high acclaimed t'afia. She has been immensely generous in helping out High Fashion Home with staff and food for several of our charity events.  Top Chef happens to be one of my favorite shows. I'm always amazed how these chefs can spontaneously conjure up such a diverse set of delectable dishes each and every episode.   Monica Pope is one of Houston's most decorated chefs, so expect great things when season 2 starts on April 7th.

Also, Monica hosts the Midtown Farmer's Market at t'afia every Saturday.  A dedicated following comes out every week, rain or shine, to experience a wonderful home-grown market.   Monica offers a free cooking class during the Market.  Free cooking classes from a Top Chef....sign me up!  Check out her great cooking blog too!

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Friday, February 19, 2010

High Fashion!

Splendid at High Fashion Home

Splendid rugby striped top in white/navy stripe $73

Splendid blazer $97

Splendid modal/lycra foldover top leggings $62

Karma Living recycled materials bag $50

studded leather bangle $9

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010


High Fashion Home is excited to receive our new jewelry line this week. Each of these organic and stylish pieces are made by hand by local Houston sisters Cynthia Sheridan and Lorena Rodriguez. Be on the look out for wide cuffs, leather wrap bracelets, thin layering metal bangles, earrings and rings all embellished with hand selected stones. Prices starting at $84.

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Kelly Wearstler Returns to the Avalon!

Kelly Wearstler is not my obsession, just a passion. In the February 2010 issue of Lonny Magazine, they took an in-depth look at Kelly Wearstler bringing mid-century, Italian flair into the Avalon Hotel. Wearstler did the original interior design when her husband, Brad Korzen, originally redeveloped this 1940's hotel. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of this Beverly Hills hideaway, Wearstler was back at work updating this chic boutique hotel that originally helped put her on the national interior design map. Check out some of the breathtaking pics as Wearstler weaves her decorating magic.

The blue terrazzo is unbelievably beautiful. The bar stools with the gold plating exude class and sophistication.

Love the chairs.

A lounge seating area that functionally allows every patron to have their own seat.

I just liked how the calm mood is evoked in this setting.

The colors, natural light, and clean decor makes this the ideal place for a cafe.

I'm blown away by the crackled glass base detailing. That is a dining set that I would pay some serious money for.

Lounge chairs that are fully padded in white.

It is amazing how true artist draw their inspiration.

The wallpaper is ridiculously cool. I spy the Cora Floor Lamp in the corner.

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