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Dallas Fashion Week® Vendor Opportunities FASHION EXPO DALLAS

Dallas Fashion Week® Vendor Opportunities FASHION EXPO DALLAS
Event on 2017-10-25 17:00:00
RUNWAY PACKAGE1. State of the art venue2. Professional Lighting3. Professional surround sound4. Professional staff (on-site):event managers, fashion director,dressers, lighting director, sound andproduction staff, front of house director,on-site ushers, and guest relations.5. Changing and preparation area, clothingracks, clothing hangers,and steamers6. Professional models from reputablemodeling agencies7. Professional Hair and Make-up Team8. Photography images of collection9. Company name included in PR10. Social media inclusion (150,000+ fans)11. Designer profile on website12. Inclusion in media pitching   Vendor Opportunities  (PER DAY, PER EVENT): FASHION EXPO EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIESBrand your company and generate new business with as an exhibitor at the FASHION EXPO DALLAS. The Fashion Expo is designed to provide opportunities for exhibition of products and services to be marketed to a targeted audience of small business owners, rising/current entrepreneurs, and professionals. We target exhibitors based on their ability to relate to the target audience and provide products and services they can use in their business development and operations. Exhibit with us and show our attendees why your company is the leader and preferred choice in your industry. THE MAKER PACKAGE 0. * Table Top Exhibit Space* 2’ table & 1 chair* 50 word description in the official event guide* (1) One Exhibitor pass (exhibit area only)EVENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESCreate high levels of visibility with your company by choosing one of the FASHION EXPO HOUSTON Conference Sponsorship Packages. Note these are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis and are reserved for your company when payment has been made in full.   BRANDING & MARKETING:.  * Premier sponsor recognition on conference web site w/banner and link* One dedicated e-mail promotion solely featuring your participation in the event* Prominent logo feature in all conference marketing collateral* Logo on cover of conference program* Top recognition with prominent logo featured on welcome signage* Logo on sponsored event/area and directional signage* 1/8 page color ad in the official event guide* Inclusion in special “thank you” ad in the official event guide Event Concessions: * Five (5) Conference (Full Access) passes for company representatives* Exhibitor Booth space at event* Opportunity to address audience (if applicable)* Access to attendee list

at Clarence Muse Cafe Theatre
1309 Canton St.
Dallas, United States

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Family Workshop: August 2017: Far-Out Fashion

Family Workshop: August 2017: Far-Out Fashion
Event on 2017-08-12 13:00:00
For children ages 6–12 and their favorite grown-ups. Explore the galleries, engage in artful conversations, and try hands-on games as a family, then create a work of art in the studio. Adults do not need a ticket. When classes are filled, e-mail jsheppard@DMA.org to be placed on the waiting list. Public – .00 DMA Member – .00

at Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood
Dallas, United States

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NEW YORK CITY FASHION WEEK Presents: From Byzantine to Fashion (Welcome reception)

NEW YORK CITY FASHION WEEK Presents: From Byzantine to Fashion (Welcome reception)
Event on 2017-09-05 17:00:00
Join is us for this Prêt-à-Porter & Couture fashion event with designs from some of the best designers in Texas;And "The Marie Force" Fashion Presentationvisiting different cities including Manhattan on this opportunity and in the future  Avisiting cities like Austin, Dallas, San Antonio and Houston in Texas. Los Angeles and San Francisco in the near future as well. Introducing designers from all around the world. with a silent auction 100% dedicated to the development of the fashion week fund and incubator. thanks to "Fashion for a Good Cause" and GoPRO2.com Host Commitee:The Costume Collection Society  Producer / Director Victor Quinteros The Fashion Show Sponsored by GOPRO2.com Presenting a fine selection of dresses. Confirmed Designers: LAURA CERVANTES (TEXAS) LOLIS GARCIA (MEXICO)  BEENA YUSUF (DUBAI)  RUBY BHANDARI (INDIA)  Beauty Teams: John Paul Mitchell Schools  Music: ARIA 2 AVE MARIA CHAMBER ORCHESTA Dress Code: BLACK TIE Accredited Media: National: Vogue Mag. LA Mag. Victor Mag. Local: STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE   COUTURE AND READY TO WEAR  collections    Fine Appetizers and great Music   Experience Manhattan like never before supporting Christians in the Middle East    Donate: If you are interested in donating directly to the Fashion Week Fund in support of local fashion designers participation, please send us an email to: info@newyorkcityfashionweek.com Private VIP Reception at 6:00PM VIP Reception at 6:00PM General Entrance 7:00PM 13 & up Dress Code: Black TieLOCATION TO BE ANNOUNCED Note: Not refundable Tickets                 

at NYC – Manhattan
80 Baruch Drive
New York, United States

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FIRST SIGHT FASHION SHOW AND LUNCHEON Presented by The Dallas Opera

FIRST SIGHT FASHION SHOW AND LUNCHEON Presented by The Dallas Opera
Event on 2017-10-19 11:00:00
NorthPark Center Presenting Sponsor
Thursday, October 19, 2017
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The fabulous start of the 2017-2018 Season, FIRST SIGHT FASHION SHOW AND LUNCHEON will be chaired by Dianne and Mark LaRoe. Honorary Chairs are Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger. Fashion Show and Luncheon Chairs are Lisa Cooley, Ciara Cooley, and Bela Pjetrovic. FIRST SIGHT is a dramatic fashion show featuring a premier design house, followed by a luscious luncheon served by Wolfgang Puck, all in the surroundings of the magnificent Winspear Opera House. Tickets start at 0. www.dallasopera.org/firstsight

at Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House
2403 Flora Street
Dallas, United States

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McCallum 2017 Benefit Fashion Show -WAVES

McCallum 2017 Benefit Fashion Show -WAVES
Event on 2017-01-13 19:30:00
We are pleased to announce our 14th annual McCallum Benefit Fashion Show — WAVES benefitting the Settlement Home for Girls and McCallum Visual Arts Department. The show is produced by the students to showcase their many extraordinary talents. The 6 Directors and 3 newly selected interns, 8 Designers, and 45 Models represent the diversity of the students at McCallum High School. Planning for the show has consistently been a year round process that takes countless hours of collaboration and support from the entire McCallum community and this year has been true to the past. The student designers have created collections inspired by their favorite music genres.  This year, professional designers have mentored the students and will join them on the runway.  Daniel Esquivel, Linda Asaf, and Sally Daneshjou of Austin will feature their eponymous lines and Sarah Jones of Dallas will showcase her line, STATUS.   We are so excited to have Tarver Hill Salon located at 6009 Burnet Road, and part of the McCallum Community, creating some beautiful looks for our models.  Tarver Hill has been part of Annual McCallum Benefit Fashion Show in the past and we are glad to have them join us again this year.  A huge thank you goes out to them.  Visit their website:    www.tarverhillsalon.com    Twitter – @TarverHillSalon We would like to express our sincere thanks to Teagan's Nail and Spa located at 11900 Metric Blvd., for providing their excellent services to our models.  We are so glad to have them on board for our event. Our list of distinguished judges includes: Samuel Alexander, Owner of Concept 2 Consumption and Order register. Karen Clos, Chief Advancement Officer/Executive Director, TAMUCT Foundation and Entrepreneur/Inventor of The Shoe Shelf. Daniel Esquivel,  "Project Runway" contestant in season 11 and fashion design instructor. Ceci Guevara, Director of "Trash Makeover" Fashion Show. MollyBeth Malcom, Ed.D., Vice President of Community Engagement and Public Affairs at Austin Community District. Malcom also oversees the Office of Equity & Inclusion. Midi Soliz, Costume Designer, Wardrobe Stylist for Motion Picture and Touring Musicians for Film Industry and C3 Presents at Self employed and Designer at Black Cross.  Lives in Austin, Texas. All Pre-Sale Ticket Holders & Attendees Must: 1. Enter at the north entrance of the Performance Arts Center. 2. Bring a paper copy of your ticket. (Will not accept phone or tablet images of tickets.) 3. Go to the Check-in Table.  A wristband will be issued to all ticket holders. 4. If you plan to purchase a ticket at the venue, provided there are tickets available, proceed to the ticket booth located by the concession counter. 5. Only VIP ticket wristbands will be allowed to enter the VIP room located at the north part of the facilities starting at 6:00 pm until 7:15 pm & for a short period during intermission. This years' Fashion Show –WAVES, is an event that is not to be missed.  Hope you can join us for a Fabulous Friday evening.  See you there!

at Austin ISD Performing Arts Center, Dance Studio Theatre
1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd.
Austin, United States

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DALLAS FASHION WEEK Presents: VENDORS/DESIGNERS RED DRESS GALA EVENT

DALLAS FASHION WEEK Presents: VENDORS/DESIGNERS RED DRESS GALA EVENT
Event on 2016-10-26 18:00:00
RUNWAY PACKAGE 1. State of the art venue 2. Professional Lighting 3. Professional surround sound 4. Professional staff (on-site): event managers, fashion director, dressers, lighting director, sound and production staff, front of house director, on-site ushers, and guest relations. 5. Changing and preparation area, clothing racks, clothing hangers,and steamers 6. Professional models from reputable modeling agencies 7. Professional Hair and Make-up Team 8. Photography images of collection 9. Company name included in PR 10. Social media inclusion (150,000+ fans) 11. Designer profile on website 12. Inclusion in media pitching   Vendor Opportunities: FASHION EXPO EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES Brand your company and generate new business with as an exhibitor at the FASHION EXPO. The Fashion Expo is designed to provide opportunities for exhibition of products and services to be marketed to a targeted audience of small business owners, rising/current entrepreneurs, and professionals. We target exhibitors based on their ability to relate to the target audience and provide products and services they can use in their business development and operations.  Exhibit with us and show our attendees why your company is the leader and preferred choice in your industry. THE MAKER SPACE PACKAGE 0. * Table Top Exhibit Space * 36W 36D’ table & 1 chair * 50 word description in the official event guide * (1) One Exhibitor pass (exhibit area only)  FULL TABLE SPACE FASHION  PACKAGE 0 * Table Top Exhibit Space * 6’ table & 2 chairs * 50 word description in the official event guide * (2) One Exhibitor pass (exhibit area only)  EVENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Create high levels of visibility with your company by choosing one of the FASHION EXPO Conference Sponsorship Packages. Note these are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis and are reserved for your company when payment has been made in full.   BRANDING & MARKETING:.  * Premier sponsor recognition on conference web site w/banner and link * One dedicated e-mail promotion solely featuring your participation in the event * Prominent logo feature in all conference marketing collateral * Logo on cover of conference program * Top recognition with prominent logo featured on welcome signage * Logo on sponsored event/area and directional signage * 1/8 page color ad in the official event guide * Inclusion in special “thank you” ad in the official event guide Event Concessions: * Five (5) Conference (Full Access) passes for company representatives * Exhibitor Booth space at event * Opportunity to address audience (if applicable) * Access to attendee list

at Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture
100 S. Houston St.
Dallas, United States

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The COSIGN Experience: Fashion, Music, & Art Show

The COSIGN Experience: Fashion, Music, & Art Show
Event on 2016-08-28 18:00:00
COSIGN Magazine Presents: "The COSIGN Experience 2016" Fashion, Music, & Art Show Celebrating our 5 Year Anniversary. Come join us for a luxurious evening filled with the most creative and talented people we've worked within the past 5 years. The event will be held at Sixty Five Hundred and will include local vendors, art installations and displays, music performances, and an exquisite fashion show. DJ So4kis will provide the playlist for the evening and the master of ceremonies will be none other than Misty Romano. We have many surprises in-store and we look forward to celebrating with you all. This event is also for a great cause as proceeds will benefit the "Women Called Moses" organization. Thank you all and welcome to the #COSIGNLife. Performances by: Lyric Le'Velle, Lauren Steele, and Sam Harvey. Ballet Performance by: Miranda Brackins Sponsored By: Great Clothing & VILLA Dallas For information on becoming a SPONSOR or VENDOR email info@cosignmag.com.

at Sixty Five Hundred
6500 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, United States

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Love Helpz Kidz Tour Fashion Show – Dallas

Love Helpz Kidz Tour Fashion Show – Dallas
Event on 2016-07-01 18:00:00
The Love Helpz Kidz Tour organizes charity fashion shows for children with cancer throughout the nation. On July 1, 2016 the tour will stop in Dallas, and host a fashion show at sixty five hundred – 6500 Cedar Springs, Dallas, TX 75235

Local children affected by childhood cancer will walk as models in the fashion show. The evening will also include dinner, entertainment and a silent auction to raise funds for the charity.

The event will start at 6:00pm and end by 9:00pm.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at http://www.lovehelpzkidz.org/#!blank-5/hkpne. Ticket prices are for adults and children ages 5 and younger are free. For updates about the event, visit our website or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LoveHelpzKidz.

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About Love Helpz Kidz
Love Helpz Kidz is dedicated to supporting families affected by childhood cancer, their children and survivors, through financial assistance, emotional guidance, and love. Love Helpz Kidz is founded in 2015 by Kasie Forman and Taylor Scheibe, as a combined effort of their individual organizations: KHKidz and With Love. Together with their amazing group of volunteers, they visit hospitals in the United States where they organize events including Fashion shows and Pizza parties to create a wonderful day for all children and their families. The Love Helpz Kidz tour is committed to helping as many children as possible until the day when no child dies and no child is left with life-long effects from childhood cancer. For more information visit http://www.lovehelpzkidz.org/ or contact us at also info@khkidz.org.

at Sixty Five Hundred
6500 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, United States

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What Will Make Hot Fashion This Summer?

What Will Make Hot Fashion This Summer?

With winter wear well and truly banished to the back of the wardrobe, it’s time to stock up on fabulous summer fashion. From footwear to headwear – and everything in between – it’s all change as this year’s new lines start to hit the high street.

In 2007 big shoes are expected to make a big hit! It’s time to mothball those delicate, feminine heels because it’s chunky wedges and platforms that will feature this year. During the day, rope-wrapped espadrilles will be ‘de rigueur’ and for that glamorous night out, the step up to sexy, evening platforms will be the norm. But, what will you be wearing on top to match footwear that makes such a statement?

With 42% of the average UK women’s wardrobe consisting of entirely black items, its bad news for your bank account but great news for your shopping alter-ego, as you head to the shops for this summer’s super colours. With most designers choosing bright and bold colours incorporating vivid blues, yellows and poppy reds, you’ll need to find the perfect match for you in terms of both the latest fashions and the spectacular colours on show.

For the mega-bold, neon clothing screams ‘dare you to wear me!’, while for futuristic fashion, the space age look is set for a meteoric rise – with metallic silver becoming the ‘must-have’ colour.

But, if you think those colours are just a tad too bold, then fear not. Grey will still feature heavily this year, thanks to stylish ranges from most of the high street fashion stores. And although it may be frowned upon on its own, black is definitely on the racks this summer – mostly when combined with white. Everything including swimwear, accessories and dresses will carry this bold combination in prints and solids, stripes and checks, and dresses and two pieces.

Designs showcased on the catwalks during fashion week highlighted the return of 80s power-dressing. So prepare yourself – shoulder pads are coming back, but hopefully they won’t be accompanied by endless re-runs of Dallas and Dynasty! Also quite bold, but less obtrusive than the pad is the puff sleeve, also favoured by designers and guaranteed to be in plentiful supply throughout 2007, both on tops and dresses.

Denim accessories will feature heavily this year; whether its handbags or shoes, all are designed to be worn with this season’s colours. But, also expected to sell strongly this season will be the evergreen denim shorts, both as hotpants for the bold or on-the-knee versions for the more conservative amongst us. Whilst we’re on the subject, leg-fashion is most definitely back, with the mini-skirt expected to feature heavily in this summer’s must-have fashion items, alongside the recently revived leggings look. With zig zags, panels, pinstripes, pleats, flannel check and countless other designs, you’ll find mini skirts in abundance, while many high street stores will carry extensive ranges and with a similar, massive choice in leggings, you won’t be left wanting.

So, it’s good news if you want to stock up on summer fashion. But, while there is plentiful choice, the secret to making that ideal look will come down, as always to shopping around, trying on all the styles and seeing exactly what suits you!

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Rock And Roll Music Fashion

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by jdn

Rock And Roll Music Fashion

Glimpsing a pair of blue crystal cufflinks triggered memory, going back to 1969 and a hit song by Tommy James and the Shondells titled “Crystal Blue Persuasion”. Tommy James and The Shondells were also one of the first acts to experiment with Music Videos of their hits starting with “Mony Mony” in 1968, thirteen years before MTV.

 

Some may argue the side of Michael Nesmith, one of the Monkees who is also credited for conceiving the idea for MTV. He was the first to win an Emmy award for a music video “Rio”. According to history Michael got the idea while touring Australia. En route, driven by curiosity, he visited an outback town, the back of beyond, the whoop whoops, beyond the black stump, down under. And while in a pub with no beer, an unlikely character recognised him as the Monkee with the woollen hat.

 

This made Mike realise the power of media and thus began the idea of music videos. He made Elephant parts, and experiment, now con-cult, which later inspired the “Friday Night Live” TV series, the birth place of comedians like Chevy Chase, John Candy, Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd. An aside, Michael’s mother invented Tipex and sold the rights while electronic typewriters were still hot for ,000,000.

 

I recognise the man for his multi talents, no doubt, but equally for his unusual collection of designer silk ties. Not just the for choice of styles but the way he wore them at a length about 4 to 5 inches above the belt line, like they did in the thirties. He can be seen consciously displaying his collection during many appearances on the Monkees TV series, his music videos and PR photo shoots.  One in particular caught my attention; it was what appeared to be a Texas landscape, with characteristic cactus etc.

 

TJ and company began writing and producing their own records. Their first project, released in early 1969, was the unforgettable CRIMSON AND CLOVER album which, in addition to going multi-platinum, spawned three more monster hits for the group: DO SOMETHING TO ME, CRIMSON AND CLOVER, and CRYSTAL BLUE PERSUASION.

 

Listen carefully to TJ music; this was techno pop in its infancy, 10 years ahead of its time. The CELLOPHANE SYMPHONY album featured the newly developed Moog Synthesizer, a prelude to the VC3 and eventually computerised keyboards.

 

Also in the 60’s cufflinks peaked. Swank were making 12 million pairs a year. Even though these were aimed at the lowest end of the market, retailing for an average of .50 a pair, that still adds up to a lot of men wearing cufflinks. These days the figure is closer to 200,000, but cufflinks are making a strong comeback with gross sales having increased consistently over the last ten years

 

MTV was born and traditionally hosted pop music shows like Countdown and Top of The Pops died a rapid painful death.

 

Music lovers, do you remember “The Alan Parsons Project”? Well Alan Parsons made is debut as second engineer along side Beatles producer George Martin in January while recording “Get Back” and Paul McCartney actually played base and some drums with The Steve Miller Band.

 

The same year (1969) George Harrison left the Beatles, and I left school aged just fifteen years and one day. I bought my first Jaeger sport Jacket and have been a fan of theirs ever since, a year later I discovered Harris Tweed and so began a life of indulgence in the art of fashion, now experiencing the joys of reward selling fashion accessories on line, I’ve rubbed shoulders with Timothy Everest and hope to do the same in person with Vivienne Westwood. Eventuality; “six degrees of separation” I believe it.

 

I’m still a big fan of Jaeger, there is no tweed as fine as Harris and I’m continually impressed with Westwood’s endurance and her ability to subvert from with in.

 

It’s all about collaboration, after all what would Bob Dylan be without his associations with The Band, Bob Knoffler, The Heart Breakers, Mick Taylor and Rick Bloomfield. He employed them to produce the music styles he visualised.

Welcome to the home of finely crafted designer ties and cufflinks handmade from fine Italian and English silks.

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