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5 Designers to Watch at The Pin Show

These emerging talents will share their work at Dallas' premier independent fashion show this weekend.
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Designers

How Sarah White Is Changing Luxury Handbags

The designer talks why she's basing her business in Dallas and designing for the next generation of #GirlBosses.
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Fashion

Get a Customized Jonathan Cohen Gown at Forty Five Ten

The designer will work with you to create a personalized piece from his Spring 2017 collection.
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6 Questions With Designer Brandon Maxwell

The Longview native on working with Lady Gaga and missing queso.
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Get to Know Dallas Jewelry Designer Rory Ashton

JoJo Fletcher rocked her delicate necklaces in almost every episode of 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette.'
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Denim

Q&A With AYR Founders Maggie Winter and Jac Cameron

In its year and a half as a brand, AYR has been heralded by fashion editors and customers alike for its simplistic-yet-luxe approach to basics that line the walls of every woman’s closet. But that’s not a surprise, given the women behind the brand.
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Our Top Online Stories of the Year

This was a great year for Dallas fashion.
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Jewelry

Dezso’s Sara Beltrán on Ocean Inspiration, Creativity in India, and Diamonds. Lots of Diamonds.

Her jewelry's inspired by the ocean, but we're not talking about hippie beach gear. Sara Beltrán's jewelry line, Deszo, is enchanting but sophisticated.
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The Show Me Your Mumu Designers on Lip Balm, Skinny Margaritas, and Their Dream Collaboration

Girl crush alert. I recently sat down with Cammy Hebert and Cologne Schmidt, the designers behind playful bohemian line, Show Me Your Mumu. The two are college classmates (Berkley, specifically), business partners, part-time models (spot them posing in their own lookbooks), and still, somehow, besties. (They even complete each others' sentences.) While they were in Dallas, as the featured designers during the Fashion Industry Gallery’s market, I got to chat with the two peas in a pod and walk through the racks of fall samples--where I promptly fell head-over-heels in love a purple-flecked velvet burnout kimono. Show Me Your Mumu has a music festival vibe--especially when topped with flower headbands--but break down the looks, and you have perfect everyday wear: brunch maxis, vacay staples, breathable separates for surviving upcoming summer months, pretty fall prints, and cozy rompers. Shop the line locally at Hemline, L. Bartlett, and The Gypsy Wagon. Read our Q&A with the design duo.
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