By Domino Staff

Published on September 6, 2016

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SEPTEMBER

The largest antiques and collectibles show in the U.S. runs through the 11th in Brimfield, Massachusetts. 

Say hello to fashion blogger Garance Doré during her open studios in NYC (September 16–18) and Paris

(September 30–October 2). 

Birch Modern Mercantile debuts in Houston’s well-heeled Briargrove neighborhood with such brands as Garza Marfa and Turkish-T.

Spotted Pig fans, take note:

April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman open White Gold, a butcher shop on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Schoolhouse Electric & Co. teams up with Justina Blakeney for

a much-awaited bedding collaboration.

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OCTOBER

Start the month with a mani—Tenoverten Nail Salon opens in L.A. (founder Nadine Abramcyk’s story is on pg. 138).

The Frieze Art Fair begins in London and runs until the 9th.

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OCTOBER (continued)

Don’t miss Agnes Martin at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum through January. British designer Matthew Williamson’s Home Collection with CB2 hits stores today.

The Austin Motel, a retro-style icon, reopens in the Texas capital, complete with retail space and refreshed rooms. 

Get your sweet fix at Ladurée, which comes to L.A. this month with a space created by Parisian designer India Mahdavi.

Following the launch of its restaurant, Wm. Mulherin’s Sons hotel opens this fall in Philadelphia.

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OCTOBER (continued)

Kick off Columbus Day weekend

 

with the modern maker’s craft fair Field+Supply in upstate New York.

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NOVEMBER

The hotly anticipated H&M x Kenzo  collaboration launches worldwide.

Channel your inner Ziggy Stardust when Sotheby’s hosts the auction of David Bowie’s personal art collection.

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NOVEMBER (continued)

Our second Domino book is out today! Find your personal style at home with tips from our favorite decorating experts. Pre order on domino.com.

London’s Design Museum has been completely reimagined by minimalist architect John Pawson in a new location on Kensington High Street.