360 West 360 West May 2017 : Page 28

Current Mood Blue ➊ when they’re a deep cobalt or a summery aqua. And all shades play well with others: earth tones, whites, vibrant greens and all the warm colors, yellow to orange. Take your inspiration from fashion and housewares and show off your true blues. Having the blues can be a good thing, especially ➋ The Happy Hue ➊ Strings of chunky tumbled glass beads make a beachy accent for any tabletop or bath vanity. $88 each, Domain XCIV. ➋ Let Juliska’s Iberian Journey Indigo napkins — made in Portugal of sturdy cotton sateen — help you navigate a beautiful table. $15 each; Domain XCIV and P.S. The Letter. ➌ Aquazzura’s block-heeled Tropicana 50 sandal in bold blue comes embellished with playful beads and fringe, $850, Neiman Marcus. Each piece in Anthropologie’s Strata tableware collection offers a unique pattern trimmed in gold. We paired the dinner plate, $20, with a matte-finish stoneware bowl, $14, also from Anthropolgie. Malin’s Reef coasters are a nice complement to his iconic Beaches book showcasing his aerial photography. Set of four acrylic designs comes in a gift-worthy box. $95, Neiman Marcus. ➌ ➍ Photographer Gray ➍ ➎ Aerin Lauder’s new home collection for Williams-Sonoma includes these Sea Blue mix-and-match stoneware appetizer plates. $9.95 each or $39.95 for a set of four. ➎ Photos by Ralph Lauer RESOURCES Anthropologie University Park Village, 1540 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, 817-870-1842; Southlake Town Square, 266 Grand Ave., 817-310-6404; anthropologie.com Domain XCIV 3100 W. 7 th St., Suite 112, Fort Worth, 817-336-1994, domainxciv.com Neiman Marcus The Shops of Clearfork, 5200 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 817-738-3581, neimanmarcus.com P.S. The Letter 5136 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 817-731-2032, pstheletter.com Williams-Sonoma University Park Village, 1620 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, 817-334-0009; Southlake Town Square, 172 State St., 817-416-5932; williams-sonoma.com 28 May 2017 360westmagazine.com

Mind Body Spirit

While owner Jonathan Morris and friends did much of the painting and tile work, artist Katie Murray painted the word mural.

From shaving accessories to grooming products, The Lathery offers guys a one-stop shop to fill up that dop kit.

Photos by Ralph Lauer


The Lathery

With the original location booked solid weeks in advance, Fort Worth Barber Shop owner Jonathan Morris now offers customers another by-appointment-only option for cuts, beard trims, hot-towel shaves and haircuts for kids. (The FWBS walk-in space inside W Durable Goods on Foch Street also stays busy.) The bonus of The Lathery is that it also boasts a vast and varied collection of men’s grooming products, in addition to the two staff barbers. Part of The Foundry development west of downtown Fort Worth, The Lathery is light and bright, thanks to big windows and vibrant blue walls accented by half walls of hexagonal white tile. The mural is a custom job by the artist Katie Murray, aka Katie Paintbrush, whose work also is featured on an exterior wall. Wood shelves and a large table in the reception area hold everything from soaps to combs to pomades and beard oils. Check out American-made Duke Cannon’s Big Ass Brick of Soap, or go for the classic Italian-made Proraso. 200 Carroll St., Suite 170, Fort Worth. Go to thelathery.com to book an appointment.


Tom Ford Sole di Positano

This addition to the designer’s Neroli Portofino line could be a contender for your favorite summer fragrance. Packaged in a gorgeous green glass bottle, Sole Di Positano is full of citrus notes, with pepper and a few florals thrown in for good measure. If you close your eyes, you can pretend you are on the Mediterranean coast. But it will bring a little sunshine into your life wherever you may be. $225 to $595, available at Bluemercury, Neiman Marcus and Sephora.

Photo courtesy of Tom Ford


Kiehl’s and Koons

Kiehl’s is helping raise money and awareness in May to support the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, which combats sexual abuse, child abduction and exploitation of children around the world. The beauty and skin-care brand has partnered with contemporary artist Jeff Koons to benefit ICMEC. Kiehl’s will donate 100 percent of net profits from sales of any product in its Midnight Recovery collection. In addition, customers will receive a limitededition Jeff Koons tin. (Kiehl’s and Koons also are working on a public art installation to be revealed this spring in New York City.) Shop for Kiehl’s at its retail stores, Kiehl’s counters or at kiehls.com.

Photos courtesy of Kiehl’s

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