Dallas’ social set isn’t what it was once. They’re more youthful, more beautiful, and much more eclectic than ever before. For the annual spring fashion spread, we selected eight individuals who make our city a much better, more fashionable home. Each one has a definite fashion sense, and all sorts of depend on creativeness to drag a dress-up costume together. We present the brand new fashion icons of Dallas.
Name: Monica Algarra
Occupation: Jewellery designer
Favorite designer: Argentine designer Maria Vasquez
Favorite hiding place: The patio at Paris Vendome
Style icon: Elegance Kelly
Favorite film: Very best in Show
Monica is putting on Luca Luca silk dress ($1,250) and heels ($390), offered at Luca Luca, Highland Park Village. Coqueta chalcedony necklace ($170) and Coqueta double-strand gem necklace on dog ($65), offered at Beretta Gallery, Highland Park Village.
Name: Jenny Kirtland
Occupation: Mother and singer
Favorite film: Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Favorite drink: Glaceau fruit water in peach ginseng
CDs in her own changer: Mine and Polyphonic Spree’s
Latest obsession: Making my frizzy hair straight
Jenny is putting on Club Monaco pink tank ($19), offered at Club Monaco, NorthPark Center Christian Dior skirt and
platform sandal (prices upon request), offered at Christian Dior, Highland Park Village and Elizabeth Showers mix necklace ($295), offered at Ylang Ylang, Dallas Galleria.
The Gallery Owner
Name: David Quadrini
Occupation: Artist and owner, Angstrom Gallery
Style icon: Johnny Cash
Latest obsession: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Favorite hangover cure: I do not get hangovers.
Most overused phrase: !*@&!*@!!
David is putting on Hugo Boss suit ($1,800), Prada button-lower shirt ($550), Nicky tie ($125), and Salvatore Ferragamo lace-ups ($325), offered at Neiman Marcus. Styled by Adam McGill.
The Social Butterfly
Name: Brooke Davenport
Occupation: Wife and mother
Favorite ’80s band: Bon Jovi
Style icon: My mother. She got me into fabulous designers a long time ago.
Favorite designer: Valentino
Favorite word: Gregarious
Brooke is putting on her very own vintage Halston dress, Cathy Waterman lariat, Louboutin footwear, and Loree Rodkin gemstone ring.
Name: Stacie Martin
Occupation: Gallery director, Christopher Martin Gallery
Favorite word: I’m an British major, don’t cause me to feel choose! Insouciant.
Fashion philosophy: Put on that which you love. Labels don’t matter.
Best factor about Dallas: It’s where I met my sweet husband Chris.
Favorite drink: Mandarin and tonic
Stacie is putting on Luca Luca top ($320) and mule ($420), offered at Luca Luca, Highland Park Village Cambio pant ($345), offered at Graye Concept, Preston Plaza Bambu starfish necklace ($175), offered at Of and Coach purse ($298), offered at Coach, NorthPark Center.
Name: John Bolke
Occupation: Co-owner, Forty-five Ten and Avant Garden
Favorite ’80s band: I’m afraid to confess it, but Spandau Ballet.
Favorite hiding place: Playboy portion of Doubleday Books
Item I can’t do without: My Small Cooper
Most overused phrase: Like it!
John is putting on their own Hermes sweater, Lv sandals, Cartier tank watch, and Bottega Veneta leather bracelet. Helmut Lang jeans ($240), offered at Forty-five Ten.
The Garments Buyer
Name: Liz Thompson
Occupation: Buyer, Studio Sebastian
Style icon: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy
Favorite hiding place: My ranch outdoors of Dallas
Favorite word: Love
Favorite ’80s band: Tom Petty and also the Heartbreakers
Liz is putting on Rebecca Taylor jacket ($355), William B. cargo pant ($172), Costume National shoe ($355), and United nations Apres-Midi de Chien bag ($245), offered at Studio Sebastian, Snider Plaza.
The Jazz Man
Name: Cameron Cruz
Occupation: Host and executive producer, Smooth Jazz TV
Favorite word: Misty
Favorite places to look: Stanley Korshak, Ahab Bowen
Item I can’t do without: My CD player
Favorite drink: My pal Jim’s whiskey sours
Cameron is putting on Prada eco-friendly zip shirt ($195), Theory cargo pants ($165), and Prada slides ($250), offered at Neiman Marcus. Accessories are Cameron’s own.
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