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2011’s StyleSheet Favorites

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Here’s the roundup! StyleSheet revisits the most memorable pictures of the 2011 Dallas fashion scene.

 

 

Silks, Matka, And Crepe/Presenting Prashe:  For all of your eclectic fancies, nobody puts on a show like Jan Strimple and The Fashionistas.

 

Diffa:  Maybe one of the most creative and inspiring fashion events of the year, DIFFA’s Dramatically Different was truly a sight to behold.

 

 

SMU Homecoming:  Where boater’s hats and white after labor day are always in vogue, the Hilltop gets it right!

 

Fashion’s Night Out:  The New Year’s Eve of New York fashion week. And Dallas rocked it better than any other city!

 


 

Elizabeth Anyaa:   The atmosphere at The Trinity River Audubon Center set a magical tone for Elizabeth Anyaa’s fall collection runway show.

 

FrontRow Live:  Not to toot our own horn, but very few people can throw a legendary party like D Magazine.

 

 

House Of Plates Part 2:  Who would have thought to throw a house party in Oak Cliff at the El Sibil with complimentary valet, food trucks, the Vintagemobile, Christopher Wray’s retro-soul sounds, and pop-up fashion shows? House Of Plates did just that and was one of our personal favorite parties of the year.

 

Derby Days:  Gourmet grits with sloppy joe? Sounds superb at Arlington Hall for the official Kentucky Derby soirée. Gorgeous vintage hats, reminiscent of the bokeh-filled 80’s, turned heads and celebrated the extravagance of the royals.

 

 

Mikyung:  No one rocks skinny jeans, a Porsche, and a prince named Romeo like Mikyung.

 

Jean Paul Gaultier:  Next to Khloe Kardashian, maybe the coolest person to come to Dallas! And his beautiful French dialect resurrected my need to wear la marinière sailor tees.

 

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