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YET ANOTHER FABULOUS boutique has bowed at River Oaks District, and some of the city's most stylish gal pals hosted a fash bash to celebrate.

Australian fashion house Zimmermann threw open the doors to its second Texas boutique and first in Houston. Melissa Strong, Megan Cushing, Angela Daniels and Laura Zehl invited friends to toast the occasion and shop Zimmermann's Fall 2022 "Stargazer" collection; a portion of sales from the evening was donated to Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance.

Known for its flowing, feminine frocks and understated glamour, Zimmermann naturally applied the same aesthetic to its new boutique, which is light and bright and filled with art by Australian makers like Bridie Gilman — and plenty of pops of green, one of the brand's signature colors.

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