NOW I N DA L L A S BOUTIQUE NEWS MAKE SCENTS Diptyque , the legendary perfumer guided by a signature fragrance legacy, will open its only location in the Dallas area this month. e 486-square-foot Parisian-inspired shop, decorated with malachite wallpaper, wood ooring and antique mirrors, will embrace classical perfumery, blending scents that can be worn by both a man and a woman. Expect an extensive portfolio of luxury home and personal fragrances, along with complementary bodycare and skincare lines. We’re loving the Diptyque for Tomas Maier collaboration of scents—exclusive to the Dallas boutique—that were inspired by Maier’s travels, like Old Montauk Highway, Palm Beach and West District Road ($65 each). NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 1460, dyptique.com –Allison Duncan SWEET SURROUNDS Essences Insensées eau de parfum, 2.5 ﬂ . oz. for $175, at Diptyque, NorthPark Center EAT SHEET FOOD’S UP! Dallas Supper Club serves exclusive dinners ($90 to $125) for its club members from sought-after Dallas chefs. BY NADIA DABBAKEH CALLING ALL FOODIES! Every card-carrying foodie has followed their favorite underground chef in anticipation of a pop-up dinner, but what if you could get all of your favorite local chefs, even the ones with brick-and-mortar restaurants, in on the concept? at’s just what Sean Gran eld managed to do when he launched Dallas Supper Club in April 2015. His pop-ups have taken place all across the city at rotating venues, from Deep Ellum’s On Premise to the Expo House in Fair Park—and they’re selling out within 20 minutes! Chefs like Brian Zenner (Oak and Belly & Trumpet), Robert Lyford (Patina Green Home and Market) and Joel Orsini (the Jean Georges-trained sous chef at CBD Provisions) have hosted multicourse dinners, all with pairings from sommelier Kevin Trevino, Peticolas Brewery and Duchman Family Winery, respectively. Pricing varies ($90 to $125) and membership for Gran eld’s club is free, but we’d sign up ASAP because this month’s club meeting is said to be an omakase-style dinner with 12 to 15 tasting menu courses—we can’t wait for roll call. dallassupperclub.com ISLAND CHARM 38 MODERN LUXURY DALL AS MARCH 2016 DALLAS SUPPER CLUB PHOTO BY ROBERT BOSTICK PARADISE FOUND Everything’s coming up roses—rather, hibiscus—for Christian Louboutin , whose latest brainchild, the Hawaii Kawai collection, is inspired by 1950s Hawaiian prints. Vibrant, colorful, exotic blossoms appear on handbags, wallets, nail polish and sneakers for men and women. True to the island spirit, each piece is playful and guaranteed to spread happiness. Our favorite: the Ha Why Luna sandal, featuring 3-D ﬂ oral, laser-cut leather embellishments on an electric-green python base, with 120 mm heels. Say aloha to chic. –JZG FRESH FLORALS Clockwise from far left: Ha Why Luna sandals, $1,995, Triloubi small bag, $1,595, Pigalle Follie Calf Hawaii heels, $715, Panettone wallet, $695, Louis Flat Calf sneaker, $945, and Hawaii Kawai nail collection, $90, all at Christian Louboutin, Highland Park Village.