CHRISTINA CAMPFIELD

{ age 22, student & sales associate, fashion enthusiast }

This former Miss Dallas USA is more than just a pretty face. Sure, she likes getting dressed up and going out, but she’s also involved with organizations such as Air Challenge, God’s Food Pantry, Toys for Tots, Scottish Rite, the Boys and Girls Club, and more. Raised in Dallas for most of her life, Campfield takes advantage of everything the city has to offer—whether it’s the great nightlife, the various festivals, or the new Dallas Arts District. Thoughts on winning: “I was in complete shock and thrilled. I could not stop smiling for hours.” Strike a pose: “During the shoot, I fell off the bench I was standing on trying to do a pose.” Clothes call: “This definitely matches my personal style. It was very simple but elegant. I love to wear simple dresses and spice them up with big, bold jewelry.”

Christina is wearing a Hérve Léger dress ($900) and necklace by Lanvin ($2,395). Both from Stanley Korshak.

10mb_ah photography by Scogin Mayo/The Photo Division

ANTONIA HUBERT

{ age 38, business manager, entrepreneur }

Hubert volunteers for so many organizations that it’s hard to imagine how she has the time to work a paying gig. She’s a member of the Junior League; she’s a founding member of the Dallas chapter of the American Foundation for the Blind (Visionaries); and she helps the Dallas Museum of Art, Planned Parenthood of North Texas, and Community Partners of Dallas, among others. She recently started The FUD (The Friends of Uptown Dallas), an organization that encourages the notion of community, networking, and philanthropy in Uptown. Strike a pose: “I used to model, so it was fun to get in front of the camera again.” Clothes call: “In real life, I’m a little bit more avant-garde and over the top. The jewelry was spot-on, though—that’s totally my style.”

Antonia is wearing Escada pants ($770), Abi Ferrin top ($220), necklace ($3,000), and Patricia von Musulin cuff ($1,500). All from Stanley Korshak.

10mb_jn photography by Scogin Mayo/The Photo Division

JENNIFER NIX

{ age 27, Mi Cocina enthusiast, dance instructor }

Spend just five minutes with Nix, and you’ll be charmed. She has charisma and plenty of grace, as well she should. The lady is a dancer. She’s been a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, a Mavs Dancer, and a Kilgore Rangerette. She now teaches dance to kids and adults at Powerhouse Dance Studio. She also keeps busy with her new nonprofit: Move Me Generation. “It’s a health and fitness charity for families designed to help them begin and maintain healthier lifestyles.” Strike a pose: “My favorite part of the shoot was the photographer. Everyone was in high spirits. It was tons of fun.”

Jennifer is wearing a Proenza Schouler dress ($2,300/Barneys New York) and Dana Kellin earrings ($1,500/Stanley Korshak).

10mb_cb photography by Scogin Mayo/The Photo Division

CHARITY BEAVER

{ age 24, personal trainer, wine lover }

Charity does God’s work: she helps women fit into their skinny jeans. The Archer City native moved to Dallas last year for an internship at Cooper Clinic, and she’s managed to build an impressive clientele in that short time. She divides her time among Cooper, the Dallas Country Club, and Equinox. Beaver also works with a number of girls. “I train a lot of the Highland Park cheerleaders,” she explains. “And I work with an autistic girl. I love her. She brightens up even the worst day.” Winning thoughts: “To learn that I really do make a difference in the lives of others is a good feeling.” Clothes call: “I love the dress that I wore. It definitely matches my going-out attire. I would rock that cute lil’ dress any weekend night!” 

Charity is wearing a Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent dress ($290) and Rachelle Dauphinée bangles ($675 each). All from Stanley Korshak.

10mb_nm photography by Scogin Mayo/The Photo Division

NORAH MEIER

{ age 26, account manager, pet lover }

Meier is saving lost and unwanted pets one stray at a time. She started an animal rescue group on Facebook (Dallas Strays and Rescue) where she works to find foster and permanent homes for local strays. When she’s not performing pet superhero duties, she loves dining at Mia’s and Eatzi’s and getting treatments at Aqua Medical Spa. Strike a pose: “I was constantly moving and smiling and changing poses. My mom always made us take a ton of pictures growing up.” Clothes call: “I’m a very, very curvy girl—so an A-line doesn’t look good on me. I like my stuff form-fitting and very structured.”

Norah is wearing a Martin Grant top ($1,135) and earrings ($6,290). Both from Barneys New York.