Today proved that a little rain can’t keep Dallas ladies from looking their very best. Starting at 9:45am hundreds of glamorous guests dressed in sheaths, furs, and lots of red and pink arrived at The Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District.
The 2013 chairs, Maggie Kipp, Angela Choquette, and Paige Slates (above), shook things up this year by moving the event from the Anatole Hotel to the Meyerson Symphony Center. The new location set the perfect pitch for a moving presentation by the Leukemia Lymphoma Society and a sophisticated fashion show produced by Jan Strimple.
We couldn’t be prouder of our very own Stanley Korshak President, Crawford Brock, who received the Lynda Adleta Heart of Gold Award presented by Ellen Tracy for his commitment to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society and many other local causes.
The highly anticipated “Heartstrings” fashion show featured “The Best of Stanley Korshak” and Monique Lhuillier’s Spring Collection. As the first and largest Dallas fashion show of the Spring Season, the St. Valentine’s Day Fashion Show always sets the stage for what Dallas women should be wearing this season.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM “BEST OF STANLEY KORSHAK”:
“Draping” by Lanvin
“Peekaboo Veiling” by Alice + Olivia
“White Tie” by Fendi Men’s and Valentino
“Printed Pants” by Cynthia Rowley
“Laid Back Pastels” by Sachin + Babi
“Graphic Lines” by Fendi
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MONIQUE LHUILLIER SPRING COLLECTION:
And the Finale:
Monique Lhuillier Orchestra
Shop these and more Spring fashions at Stanley Korshak (214.871.3600).
Last Thursday, we celebrated one of the most eventful nights in fashion at the Shak. Our interactive style competition was the true highlight of the night. Shoppers were challenged to style themselves from head to toe, choosing from Fall’s hottest clothing, jewelry, shoes, and accessories in The Shak. Once dressed, make-up artists made sure each shopper looked beautiful and camera-ready to have a photo snapped on the interactive kiosk.
Karley Osborn and Becca Brooks
Tanna Goodwin and Joe Flores
Jewelry designer, Amanda Sterett made a personal appearance and introduced her new line, “Olivia,” which is named after her daughter, who also made an appearance proving that even little girls love a night out with fashion.
The Amanda Sterett crew
Adult snow cones (yes, they had vodka in them), champagne, and Le’ Popcorn were being served through the night for guests to enjoy.
Joanna Lewis and Caroline Rader
A portion of the proceeds from the evening benefited the Family Place.