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DEVILLA is a sui generis women's clothing and accessories store based in Dallas, TX, consisting of limited, curated items that are affordable luxury and timeless. From handbags and jewelry, to beauty and style events, our passion is to empower women to live boldly and beautifully in everyday life. Dedicated to making a difference in the lives of women in DFW, DEVILLA partners with organizations and hosts events focused on educating, serving and empowering local women to accomplish greater success in life.

RUNWAY Fashion In the Snow

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RUNWAY Fashion In the Snow

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February 4, 2017

Location: Fashion Industry Gallery

DeVilla joined America’s Next Top Model host Eva Marcille, FA Magazine and Video Junkies at the red carpet runway in Dallas for Fashion in the Snow. Taking over Fashion Industry Gallery (1807 Ross Ave.) with red carpet starting at 6 p.m., the runway show began at 8 p.m. featuring designers include Chelsea Degray, Devaun Robinson and Couture Mask, and more. The models? Well, there are just too many to count, reportedly over 100. 

Despite the chilly theme, a few designers featured summer collections with swimsuit and barely there fabrics. Highlights of the evening included a set of silver dresses with material that looked to be made out of diamonds (image on top left), and two snow queens in full character make up and extravagant dresses fit for the theme (one pictured in top center).

One collection that stood out was Couture Mask, by fashion designer Bradley Jordan. His designs were tailored with a focus on a unique couture mask on each model. Some a bit darker than others, but it was very interesting to see his visions come to life on the catwalk.

 Source: CoutureMask.com, Bradley Jordan.

Source: CoutureMask.com, Bradley Jordan.

The finale included snow falling from the ceiling and a closing statement from the organizer, Lee Jarrett. The after party was held at the House of Blues downtown. Overall an eventful evening and a successful show!

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