Where to Shop in Dallas this Weekend

Trunk Shows, Spring Collections, and Personal Appearances

KOCH Clothing
Photo courtesy of KOCH by Nicole Musselman

Citizen’s of Humanity Trunk Show at Tootsies: Visit Tootsies through Sunday, March 2, for a Citizen’s of Humanity spring trunk show. Whether its distressed, boyfriend, white denim, or skinnies you’re after, you’re likely to find your match.

Johnny Was Trunk Show at The Gypsy Wagon: With a bohemian, almost vintage vibe, Johnny Was tunics, blouses, and dresses are known for their intricate details and bright colors. Lightweight and comfortable, the pieces are easy to thrown on for any occasion. Through Sunday, March 2, Johnny Was will be at the Gypsy Wagon offering custom sizes, colors, and cuts to their customers. In addition, sister brands Biya, 4 Love and Liberty, and 3J Workshop will be presented and a 10 percent discount will be given on each purchase.

Katrin Schnabl Trunk Show at Cicada Collection: German designer Katrin Schnabl uses her background in dancing to influence her bold, geometric prints and pieces that focus on movement and comfort. Cicada Collection is featuring Schnabl’s spring/summer 2014 line of well-tailored, feminine apparel in a pop-up shop until Saturday, March 8. Stop by for a little sample of sophisticated fashion.

Weekday Bonus:

KOCH Fall 2014 Trunk Show at Stanley Korshak: Local designer, Nicole Musselman’s contemporary line, KOCH (pronounced Cook) is based on casual separates: beaded tunics, linen blouses, low-key tees, and short shorts. With peculiar prints and earthy tones, the clothes exude an urban hippie vibe. On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 4 to 5, visit Stanley Korshak to view and pre-order the KOCH Fall 2014 Collection, and meet Nicole Musselman in person. What’s more, shop the spring selection and Madison McKinley for KOCH jewelry for wear-now items, plus enjoy a cocktail reception on Tuesday, 3-5 pm.

Lane Watkins is a ShopTalk intern. 

 

 

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