The fall party season kicked off this month in Dallas with a celebration of the city’s premier arts magazine; Patron. Now in its third year, Patron celebrated its British-themed anniversary edition by hosting this month’s hottest arts event at a super cool venue, outfitted by Timothy Oulton.

The prestigious Goss-Michael Foundation art gallery was set up in 2007 by recording artist George Michael and his partner Kenny Goss. Set right in the heart of Dallas’s design district, the gallery exhibits the best in British contemporary art, as well as encouraging emerging artists.

This creative space provided the perfect backdrop for the Patron party and around 300 guests, including art connoisseurs, donors and patrons, arrived for a quintessentially British celebration in honour of the magazine’s three years of publication.

Guests mingled while they sipped on Jack Daniel’s whisky cocktails and made themselves comfortable on the Timothy Oulton furniture. With Britishness the order of the night, there were Union Jacks aplenty in the rug, flag cushions and chairs. Guests looked very at home on the Bensington sofa and Bandaged Union Jack armchair, unable to resist the traditional wooden walking stick and bowler hats for a delightfully dapper photo opportunity.

Bangers and mash were served as guests enjoyed the fabulous artwork adorning the walls and marveled at some of the best in British artistic talent. Timothy Oulton was proud to be a part of the evening and to welcome guests in true, creative British style.