In an inconspicuous two-story apartment building in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas, there is another world hidden inside the walls of apartment number 102 that has been carefully curated by its resident of thirty years. Almost every inch of former Neiman Marcus men’s fashion director Derrill Osborn’s one-thousand-square-foot space, from the green felt–lined walls to the surface of each nineteenth-century-era table, is covered with one of the hundreds of antiques he has collected over the years. A lively 75-year-old, he walks with a cane but greets us at the door with two flutes of champagne in hand. This is just the beginning; Osborn is full of surprises.
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