5 Obsessions: Jackson’s Holiday Hot List





Each week, DFW Style Daily reveals the fashion fixations of our city’s top trendsetters.


Today, Jackson, the popular, polished, single-named corporate concierge for Barneys NorthPark shares his seasonal addictions.









So, what’s keeping Jackson preoccupied this holiday season? The very stylish and insanely social Jackson is obsessed with all things vintage, including his covetable collection of unique barware. And speaking of cocktails, this well-dressed gent can often be found scoping the crowd at Private Social while enjoying a glass of his favorite bubbly.


Read all about these fashionable finds and more, below.




1. Vintage Glasses and Barware


“I love the shapes, sizes, colors, and most importantly, the imperfections,” Jackson says of his rediscovered love of vintage barware. His collection currently stands at more than 100 glasses, and counting. Shop for cool vintage barware of your own at Vintage Martini (1106 West Main St., Carrollton).







2. Frederic Malle Geranium Pour Monsieur


Jackson’s signature scent was created by Dominique Ropion, and though he loves its springtime notes, our expert likes to break the rules by wearing it in winter. Pick up a bottle for the man on your list for $225 at Barneys.








3. Private Social


Calling it his new home away from home, Jackson adores the scene at Uptown restaurant Private Social (3232 McKinney Avenue, Dallas). Helmed by celeb chef Tiffany Derry, Jackson credits the “modern, sexy” vibe of the destination for its interesting mix of patrons.






4. Sartorial Scarves


“I’ve purchased ten scarves so far this season,” Jackson laughingly confesses. His picks include an Alexander McQueen from Barneys, an ultra-long jersey scarf from Urban Outfitters, and several by local designer Elizabeth Anyaa. He also haunts LuLa B’s and Dolly Python for vintage finds.







5. Veuve Clicquot Rosé


Finally, our trendsetter discovered his preferred holiday spirit back in the summer. “My dear friend hosted a party, and the only rule was that guests must sip bubbly,” Jackson recalls. “After ten bottles and multiple laps in the pool later, my love affair with this tasty treat was confirmed.”






(Headshot photo, credit Natalie McCray. Inset photos, from top: 1. Vintage Martini, 2. The Malcolm, 3. PrivateSocial.com, 4. Barneys.com, 5. Veuve-Clicquot.com)