Only at Anteks: Rustic Home Design That Saves Rhinos

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Chris Hudson Nita Hudson Jason Lenox Owner of Anteks
Chris and Nita Hudson with Anteks owner Jason Lenox

Jason Lenox is saving baby rhinos with every ceramic cactus, Hancock chair, and Pendleton blanket this Thursday at an anticipated occasion where our very own Candy Evans will emcee. Most know after 35 years of business, this interior designer can help us all achieve pastoral elegance or log home luxury, but now the refined rustic aesthetic is supporting the rhino conservation efforts at Fossil Rim.

We all have the chance to ‘go rustic and save rhinos’ this Thursday and throughout May. Jason is hosting Presidents Night Out where guests can peruse Anteks /Anteks Curated, save 20 percent and benefit Fossil Rim.

Those who attend Thursday can mingle with the elite of Dallas Safari Club, Park Cities Quail, Fossil Rim, Weatherby Foundation, Quail Coalition, Texas Bighorn Society, Rolling Plains Quail, Stewards of the Wild, Bisbee’s Fish & Wildlife Conservation Fund, and many other likeminded associations.

Guests can also kick around with local boot designer Lizzy Chesnut of City Boots, sport some ‘fashion for the field’ Upland Bespoke ladies vests, slide into a Jaguar and Land Rover and meet author/photographer Jeremy Enlow who put a camera lens on the famed Waggoner Ranch.

And all will savor Stratos Greek Taverna, Stoli cocktails, Peroni, Tequila Sheela, Cameron Hughes Wine and be entertainment by Phil Brumley.

Come see Candy, go rustic and save rhinos this Thursday night.

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